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Google Teams Up With Virgin America To Provide Free WiFi In The Cloud

Google Teams Up With Virgin America To Provide Free WiFi In The Cloud

Google is joining forces with Virgin America to allow flight passengers to test-fly the new Chromebook computers for free and Airline passengers will be allowed to use the computers during their flight and even at select airport gates starting from July 1 through September 30, 2011. For passengers who borrow the Chromebook, they will receive a free WiFi session onboard Virgin America and at airport gates in San Francisco, Chicago O’Hare, Boston and in Dallas-Fort Worth will consist of Google Chrome Zone lounges beginning this week…………

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Graphical Improvements Coming To Google Search, Google Maps, and Gmail

Graphical Improvements Coming To Google Search, Google Maps, and Gmail

Google has redesigned its homepage, simplifying an already minimalist webpage , you realise it’s a change for the better, but it’s usually a bit of a double-take moment as your once nerdy friend has suddenly scrubbed up rather nicely. Not even the classic Google homepage is safe, but also the search giant reveals its intent to roll out a sweeping series of graphical improvements across Google Search, Google Maps, and Gmail over the next several months…………

By On June 30, 2011 Respond
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Facebook Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg Now The 3rd Richest Man In Technology Sector

Facebook Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg Now The 3rd Richest Man In Technology Sector

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s personal fortunes have soared, thanks to investment fund GSV,0 225,000 shares in Facebook at an average price of $29.28 each and this stake values the popular social networking site at about $70 billion. Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth has passed $18 billion and he is now the third richest man in the technology sector……….

By On June 30, 2011 Respond
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Google Introduced Fixes For “High-Risk” Security Holes In Its Chrome Browser

Google Introduced Fixes For “High-Risk” Security Holes In Its Chrome Browser

Google has shelled out another $7,000 in bounties to acquire and fix multiple high-risk security holes in its Chrome browser and Google Chrome version 12.0.742.112 addresses security vulnerabilities that expose users to remote code execution attacks. Chrome Stable channel has been updated to 12.0.742.112 for all platforms and contains an updated version of Adobe Flash……….

By On June 30, 2011 Respond
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HP TouchPads To WebOS Phone Adopters Will Get $50 Discounts

HP TouchPads To WebOS Phone Adopters Will Get $50 Discounts

HP is offering an unusual tactic to the early adopters of the TouchPad a discount based on loyalty to the webOS platform. This special offer is for the US or Canada who can prove they bought a Palm Pre, Pixi, or their Plus equivalents will get a $50 rebate on a 32GB version of the new tablet. The deal is valid anywhere the TouchPad is on sale and will continue to the end of July.

By On June 29, 2011 Respond
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Taiwan Finds Paid Android Refund Window Unlawful

Taiwan Finds Paid Android Refund Window Unlawful

Taipei City Government was recently alerted to Google’s Android Market return policies, that violate Taiwanese consumer protection laws requiring any product bought over the internet to have at least a 7-day trial period and gave Google a 15-day ultimatum to revise its app return policies to include the mandatory 7-day trial period. While the 15-minute refund window for apps and games purchased on the Android Market is fairly short and Tapei City government fined Google for the privilege of refusing to follow Taiwanese law’, followed swiftly by a T$1m ($35000 approx)……..

By On June 29, 2011 Respond
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General Dynamics Itronix Signed A Patent Agreement With Microsoft For Android Devices

General Dynamics Itronix Signed A Patent Agreement With Microsoft For Android Devices

Microsoft has signed yet another patent agreement with an Android device maker, General Dynamics Itronix and that will guarantee the software giant licensing fees for every Android device Itronix sells. Microsoft has already sued Barnes and Noble and Foxconn over Android patents and the new agreement will serve to increase the amount of money Microsoft earns from the overall success of Android…………

By On June 29, 2011 1 Response
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Google Exposing Phone Locations Visible On Web

Google Exposing Phone Locations Visible On Web

Google has taken steps to limit the disclosure of the locations of WiFi Devices and the move by Google comes after the Mountain View, Calif.-based company was criticized for the way it made a database assembled by Android phones and Street View cars available to the public, even though it could link a geographical location with a unique hardware address of a Wi-Fi enabled device. The change means that Google now appears to be moving closer to the approach adopted by Apple and Microsoft and it wasn’t immediately clear what changes Google made to provide more privacy protections. The database is used to speed up geolocation fixes for mobile devices and to provide the ability to determine location for PCs that don’t have access to GPS-derived coordinates………..

By On June 28, 2011 Respond
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Facebook Now The Second Most Popular Website In UK, Overtakes Microsoft

Facebook Now The Second Most Popular Website In UK, Overtakes Microsoft

Facebook is now the second most popular web destination behind Google and the social networking site has overtaken Microsoft’s combined websites in Britain for the first time. Facebook attracted 26.8 million visitors in May compared to 26.2 million who visited Microsoft and people age of 18s re less likely to visit Twitter than two years ago but more people in that age group are joining Facebook…………

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Google To Discontinue HealthVault Competitor Of Microsoft

Google To Discontinue HealthVault Competitor Of Microsoft

Google to retire Google Health and Google PowerMeter, neither of which achieved the critical mass that Google felt would be necessary to continue it and Google Health will remain operational until Jan. 1, 2012 and also Google PowerMeter will be retired on Sept. 16 of this year. Google Health was launched to give people access to their personal health and wellness information and on the other hand, Google PowerMeter intended to raise awareness about personal energy usage by surfacing that data to users………..

By On June 26, 2011 1 Response
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Microsoft Forcasts Its Kinect To Be Used For Medical Health Care

Microsoft Forcasts Its Kinect To Be Used For Medical Health Care

Microsoft have expressed interest in seeing the Kinect being used in operating rooms or doctors offices and this could also allow patients to attend therapy sessions which they would normally would have not due to the distance they’d have to travel. Doctors could also use the Kinect to call up patient files just by speaking the name of his/her patient and scroll through the data with swipes and gestures. Microsoft is said to have a prototype of such a system ready and hopes that the possibilities that it offers up will help to lower the resistance to change……….

By On June 25, 2011 Respond
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Google Music Unofficial Extansion For Google Chrome

Google Music Unofficial Extansion For Google Chrome

There is no official extension Google Music for Chrome and not even an app in the Chrome Web Store, but you can now install a really cool third-party extension called Better Music Beta. install a really cool third-party extension called “Better Music Beta, adds a button that shows information about the currently playing song, lets you pause the song, go to the next song, add a thumbs up or a thumbs down…………

By On June 25, 2011 Respond
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Sony Being Sued By 3 Men Claiming Sony Knew Its PSN Security Was At Risk

Sony Being Sued By 3 Men Claiming Sony Knew Its PSN Security Was At Risk

Sony is facing a class-action lawsuit which accuses the company of negligence and lax security, the suit cites many confidential witnesses who claim that Sony’s security was far from adequate and very open to attack. This lawsuit filed alleges that Sony laid off a number of employees responsible for network security a few weeks before the PlayStation Network went down…………

By On June 25, 2011 Respond
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FTC Investigating Google

FTC Investigating Google

Google confirmed that the Federal Trade Commission was looking into the company’s business practices and has posted a response to the U.S. government’s antitrust inquiry into the company, somewhat defiantly suggesting that the investigation is misguided. The inquiry has the potential to turn into the biggest showdown between the United States government and a major technology company. The investigation will not necessarily lead to accusations of misconduct against the company and it could become the most serious antitrust challenge for Google to date……….

By On June 25, 2011 Respond
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Now Reverse Image Search Can Be Performed On Google

Now Reverse Image Search Can Be Performed On Google

Google announced a new way to search the web called Search By Image and now you can explore the web in an entirely new way by beginning your Google search with an image. Search By Image isn’t the first start-with-an-image search engine and not the first version of this kind of search tool. Search By Image is available now at images.google.com or via the Images tab in the left-side menu on Google.com and you should see a small camera icon on the far right side of the search bar………

By On June 24, 2011 1 Response
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