Google mobile search groups content into carousels

It used to be that when you search for anything on Google, whether you're on the desktop or the mobile app, it will just give you a straightforward listing of relevant websites for what you're looking for. But as the search giant began to understand what we actually wanted from the results (or what they think we want), they've begun to tweak the search features, update after update.

Total Destruction turns you to a “Blast Hero” through you Android device

While you would never do it in real life (and if you would want to, you need to talk to someone about that), blowing up things seems to be like something fun to do, if you will not hurt anyone, and if it's not illegal at all. Well, as with a lot of things nowadays, there's an app to help you live out these things at least in the digital world. Even based on the title of this new game, Total Destruction: Blast Hero, you already know it's going to be loads of things (if you're into blowing up things).

Inbox by Gmail update: tablet-ready, more browsers added

If you've been waiting for Google to make more features and updates for their Inbox for Gmail app, then the wait is now over. And if you're still confused as to why they had to create a different email app when the Gmail one was already pretty good, then this is your time to try it out (after asking a friend for an invite of course). The latest update now brings the app to your Android tablets, as well as to browsers other than Chrome.

Beam projector screws into a light bulb socket

There are plenty of micro projectors on the market today that are designed to show content from your smartphone on a bigger screen. A new projector has turned up called Beam that bills itself as a smart projector. The part about Beam that is different from the rest is that it screws into a light bulb socket.

IFTTT rebrands app, releases three new stand-alone widgets

If you're a true-blue digital native, you know that IFTTT (if this then that, if you want to spell it out) has made our lives a bit easier and has allowed users to concoct "recipes", depending on the triggers that they want on mobile and desktop devices. Now the "Internet of Things glue" has released three new apps under the "Do" brand while also rebranding its own app, now known as just plain ole IF.

Jolly Jam: colorful, fruity Match 3 game to relieve your stress

Sometimes, when you need a stress reliever or a distraction from all your work and problems, a good ole Match 3 game is just what you need. If you're tired of complicated RPGs or brain-melting minimalist puzzle games, just the ability to match 3 of a kind is the simple, perfect solution to an afternoon of either boredom or frustration. Jolly Jam is the newest kid, or rather, jelly on the block, and it might just be what you need now.

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Pebble website teases of a surprise in 4 days

When you go to the Pebble website, you'll be forgiven for thinking a bomb will go off in 4 days and x number of hours, seconds, milliseconds, etc. Of course it's not a literal bomb (we hope not) but the timer seems to be signaling a major surprise from the smartwatch maker. But as to what this surprise will be is still up for a lot of speculation, from a colored display wearable/new hardware or it may be a new software or maybe even both.