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Google introduces the “+1” button

Tweet Google introduces the “+1” button Google is now adding a feature that allows all of us who have Google accounts to recommend sites so that friends and other people will know immediately which sites are being visited most. This feature is called the +1 button. Google explained that this button really says a lot. Some may see the button …

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The all new Google Search app for iPhone

Tweet Google has just offered a new update—a big one—on its iPhone app, and it gives it a new design, a new name and a few more great features. Now named Google Search, the formerly Google Mobile, shows an all-new user interface and it now looks like the usual web page we see in Google.com interface; and it also gives …

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Google Translate: better than learning a new language in school

Tweet A lot of people have been, from time immemorial wanting to bridge that gap between people from different races. That gap that’s larger than the great barrier reef: the language barrier. That’s Google’s objective with Translate app for Android. This is a free app that helps people who travel a lot to different countries better communicate with the locals—and …

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Top tech stuff to expect in 2011

Tweet Now that it’s already 2011, I’m sure that there’s a lot of gadgets up for release this year. Major tech companies have promised innovative new products to arrive in the succeeding months. There’s a lot of rumors and expected things that will be released this year, but here are the most anticipated products to watch out for. The PSP Phone. Not …

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Android bug causes mayhem in text messaging

Tweet Just when you’re excited enough to send out a text message that contains three or four separate text message conversations, the Android messaging software gets mixed up and sends the other parts of the message to the wrong person. You think that you’re sending a reply to your friend or relative, but the contact name suddenly switches so that …

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Is Facebook killing Gmail and the other email clients?

Tweet It seems there’s no stopping it, all signs point to Facebook coming out with an email service, rumor has it. If these speculation are correct, then maybe that’s why Facebook and Google have been slitting each other’s throats with concerns to user data: Google kept Facebook from importing Gmail data. And that is understandable ‘coz doing that will make …

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Unthreaded messages in Gmail now an option

Tweet Are you one who loves the threading of messages in Gmail? Well for those of you who don’t Google is addressing this concern by giving the choice of turning off threaded messages. Google is devicing a way to start letting users toggle between the threaded messages that groups the same subject in the inbox, and the other style in …

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Another new from Google:Family Safety Center

Tweet Google adds a new resource specifically made for parents so that they are able to keep their kids safe while surfing the Internet: it’s the all-new Family Safety Center. Google wrote in a blog post, “With kids growing up in an age where digital know-how is essential, it’s increasingly important to ensure that they’re developing healthy, safe and responsible …

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Introducing: Google Instant

Tweet Google now searches the Web as you type—not after you type. Yes, you heard it right. The search giant introduced Google Instant and promises to save users time. The new tools were set to roll out in the U.S. and will spread internationally through the rest of the week. Businesses that work hard to be found in Google’s results …

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Cool new feature in Chrome 6

Tweet Google just really wants to keep it coming. Google has released the first stable build for Chrome 6. This new version features a more simplified user interface: with only a single menu, the “GO” button is missing in action, the http:// in the address bar is also gone, the bookmark button has finally been transferred to the right and …

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