Google Chrome | Mobile-PC-Medics.comAt long last, Google is expected to introduce test versions of 64-bit code versions of the Chrome browser for Windows, which had been continuing to run using 32-bit code. The update to 64-bit will not only increase the browsing speed for users, but it will also keep web surfers safer from online threats as well.

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Google Wallet | Mobile-PC-Medics.comSeveral improvements are coming to Google Wallet, the most important of which is that users will be able to readily change Google accounts on their phones, something that was not possible before. It will also be easier for companies to install Google Wallet Instant Buy buttons in their titles, allowing people the ability to shop on their smartphones even more easily.

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Google Now | Mobile-PC-Medics.comA recent update to Google Now should prove very helpful to people, as the info card will now hang around should you lose online connectivity. Previously, users of Google Now risked losing directions or other helpful information if they happened to go through a tunnel or dead zone.

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