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Google Will No Longer Offer Free Google Apps

Since 2006, Google has been offering a free version of its Google Apps offering. However, the search giant has now announced that it is abandoning the free version and from now on, businesses will have to sign up for the subscription version of Google Apps if they want to make use of them.
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[Tips] When You Should Go For Paid Google Apps For Business?

If your business is expanding and you asking yourself is it really convenient to hire a Google Apps for business, I must admit it is a tough question because there are many factors that must be considered. Considering that many people are accustomed to using Gmail and we have a whole suite of products that we can use (like Docs, Calendar, etc.), it…
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Gmail Gets Improved Search With Autocomplete Suggestions

Google has been working really hard on its email service, Gmail. The search engine giant has been introducing a number of new features to Gmail and has been quite successful in making Gmail one of the most used email services online. Now, Google has introduced yet another tweak to the search feature in Gmail, making Gmail search more convenient and…
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Marvel Mercury Pad Capacitive Tablet

Hong Kong-based company Marvel Digital has officially entered the tablet market with the release of the TBT-10C Mercury Pad, a 7-inch device which is powered by a 1GHz Samsung processor (S5PV210) and runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and it it looks ghastly similar to the iPhone 4. This tablet has a ultra lightweight design, smooth edges, thin profile…
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Ratina Display Support Comes To Gmail For Mobile

Google has updated its web app for Gmail with the inclusion of pull down to refresh, new transitions and updated icons to take advantage of the Retina display of the iPhone 4 along with transitions between inbox, menu and conversations look as if one screen is sliding to another. The basic idea behind such transitions is to make the whole process…
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Enormous Google+ Accounts Deleted In The Last 24 Hours

Google’s stance on users listing their real names on Google+ continues to cause headaches on the fledgling social networking site with a spate of account deactivations as users with non-typical names or pseudonyms found their profiles locked and some people feel there are good reasons to use a fake name and also some people have even lost access to…
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Install CyanogenMod 7 On Samsung Galaxy S II

Galaxy S II is itself is still relatively new and there are already a handful of custom ROMs you can load up on the device, but CyanogenMod 7 isn’t one of them and Nightly ROMs are experimental builds that are mostly broken but have more tweaks throughout, allowing users to get a taste of what’s to come in future release candidate builds.…
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Microsoft Invests Billion Into Partners

Microsoft announced that it will invest 5.8 billion dollars into the Microsoft Partner Network in fiscal year 2012 and the expenditure will be a combination of tools, training and incentives. Microsoft is also starting a new communications competency in which partners can obtain Gold or Silver competencies and offering monetary incentives and…
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Google+ Hits 10 Million Users

Google+ is estimated to surpass 10 million users on Tuesday, possibly becoming the fastest growing product in the history of the Internet and after passing 10 million users, Google+ could reach 20 million users by this coming weekend if they keep the Invite Button available. It's hardly surprising that some feel that Google’s quest for social…
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