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Google Will Move Its UK Headquarters To King’s Cross By 2016

Google Will Move Its UK Headquarters To King’s Cross By 2016

Given the sheer bulk of services provided by Google, and the user data gathered and processed by it, the company has always had a knack for huge facilities. It has now finalized a deal to move its UK headquarters to a new facility which will be a lot larger than its current campus. The new facility will be completed by 2016, which is when the Google UK headquarters will be shifted there.

By On January 19, 2013 Respond
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Google Invites Glass Pre-Order Holders To Attend Events In New York, San Francisco

Google Invites Glass Pre-Order Holders To Attend Events In New York, San Francisco

Search giant Google, who offered a $1,500 pre-order for its Google Glass at the I/O conference 2012, has now invited those pre-order holders via e-mail to attend its two upcoming two-day events on Glass Project, going to be held in New York City and San Francisco.

By On January 16, 2013 Respond
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Apple’s Retail VP Jerry McDougal Resigns To Focus On Family

Apple’s Retail VP Jerry McDougal Resigns To Focus On Family

Which one is important for you – job or family? Would you leave your job just to focus on your family while you are in one of the top companies of the world? I’m quiet sure you may not be that brave to do so. But one man did. He is none other than Apple’s Vice President of Retail Division – Jerry McDougal.

By On January 16, 2013 Respond
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Court Orders Apple, Amazon To Settle Lawsuit Over ‘App Store’ Term

Court Orders Apple, Amazon To Settle Lawsuit Over ‘App Store’ Term

Apple’s online apps marketplace, App Store, has come to be associated with the company by popular use. So when Amazon decided to use the same term, Apple launched a lawsuit against the e-retailer. The legal tussle ensued back in 2011 and has continued to this day. Now, the court wants the two companies to settle the dispute on their own.

By On January 16, 2013 1 Response
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Google Launches New Digital Coupon Solution Called Zavers

Google Launches New Digital Coupon Solution Called Zavers

Back in 2010, Google purchased Zave Network, a digital coupons system. Now, Google has redesigned the product to launch a new digital coupon solution called Zavers.

By On January 15, 2013 Respond
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Coal Finally Making Way For Natural Gas In Power Generation

Coal Finally Making Way For Natural Gas In Power Generation

Few years ago from now, one of the nation’s largest generators of electricity Georgia Power, which is the largest subsidiary of Southern Company, could generate nearly three-fourths of its electricity with coal. But due to bate of coal, recently the company has announced that it plans to close its 10 coal-fired power plants within the next few years.

By On January 13, 2013 Respond
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T-Mobile Starts Offering Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Plans In USA

T-Mobile Starts Offering Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Plans In USA

In the recent past, a number of wireless carriers have quietly shelved their unlimited data plans during the surge in data usage across the board. Some had expected that unlimited data plans may become extinct altogether. However, T-Mobile has proved them wrong by offering an Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan without requiring an annual contract.

By On January 9, 2013 Respond
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HiSense Lifts The Wraps Off Its Transparent 3D Display

HiSense Lifts The Wraps Off Its Transparent 3D Display

The CES show this year has brought to us some very intriguing technology ideas and products. However, things are far from exhausted and every hour into the show lets us have a look at something more amazing. For instance, HiSense has unveiled a transparent 3D display which is the first of its kind.

By On January 9, 2013 Respond
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CES 2013: Corning Shows Off 3x Tougher Gorilla Glass

CES 2013: Corning Shows Off 3x Tougher Gorilla Glass

Corning amassed overnight fame, popularity and success when Steve Jobs chose the company’s Gorilla Glass to act as the cover for iPhone’s display. Since then, the company has been continuously seeking even better glass-based solutions. At CES this year, it has finally unveiled Gorilla Glass 3, a product it has been teasing about for a while.

By On January 9, 2013 Respond
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Lenovo Will Soon Split Into Think Business Group And Lenovo Business Group

Lenovo Will Soon Split Into Think Business Group And Lenovo Business Group

Lenovo acquired IBM’s personal computer business back in 2005. Since then, the company has shown significantly improved performance in the mainstream computing arena but no notable improvement in high-end markets. To focus well on both, Lenovo has now decided to split the company into two groups.

By On January 7, 2013 Respond
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Corning Plans To Unveil Gorilla Glass 3 At CES

Corning Plans To Unveil Gorilla Glass 3 At CES

In recent years, Corning has risen to fame and immense success with the widespread use of its Gorilla Glass. This special, highly durable and secure glass is currently used in millions of smartphones and tablets as the ultimate rugged display solution. And now, Corning has something new in its sleeve.

By On January 6, 2013 Respond
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USPTO Invites Developers To Discuss The Issue Of Software Patents

USPTO Invites Developers To Discuss The Issue Of Software Patents

Amid the ongoing criticism about the flaws of the current patent system, the US Patent and Trademark Office has decided to host two roundtable events where the developers are being invited to discuss software patents and put forth their suggestions.

By On January 5, 2013 Respond
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China Fines LCD Makers Over Price Fixing

China Fines LCD Makers Over Price Fixing

Multiple countries have been investigating into allegations that LG, Philips, Samsung and others colluded to rig the prices of the LCD market, minting huge profits in the process. EU has already slammed the companies with a $1.9 billion bill and now, China has fined them another $56.6 million.

By On January 5, 2013 Respond
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Eric Schmidt Might Be Going To North Korea, Purpose Unknown

Eric Schmidt Might Be Going To North Korea, Purpose Unknown

The Associated Press (AP) has reported on Wednesday that Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, will travel to North Korea on a private trip this year along with former United Nations Ambassador and New Mexico governor Bill Richardson.

By On January 3, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Beats Google And Apple, Acquires Startup R2 Studios

Microsoft Beats Google And Apple, Acquires Startup R2 Studios

Id8 Group R2 Studios, a startup from the creators of the Slingbox, has always focused on home automation solutions. Apple and Google wanted to buy this R2 Studios. But surprisingly, software giant Microsoft has recently bought it.

By On January 3, 2013 Respond
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