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Google To Release Kid-friendly Versions Of Its Products

Google is one of the biggest tech companies on the planet that owns and operates some of the most widely used online services. Even kids love to use Google's products and services. But as the same time it's true that not all the products of Google are kid-friendly. So now, Google has decided to design and release kid-friendly versions of its…
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Google Will Launch A Third-Party Commenting System Soon

Google has been reported to launch its own third-party commenting system that will run across all of the other Google services. It will especially be integrated with Google+, according to Venture Beat. Despite being Google’s, which tend to leave its own mark on its tools and services, this new commenting system is expected to be similar to Disqus…
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Google Retires Knol, April 30 Last Date Before Total Shut Down

Google continues with its retiring strategy of its services that it finds has not given it much that it expected. This includes retirement of Knol too, the site where users’ can practice their skills of writings and express their knowledge and understanding on any subject they want to. It is basically a writing site, though many might have not…
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Google Has Started Gathering Users’ Data From Its Services

Google has introduced its new privacy policy through which Web Search and YouTube history will come together to bring a whole lot of new data from users of the service. Google has many web services and various people around the globe use them. Around 60 of these Google services will be gathering users’ data to be put together, which then would be…
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Motorola Charm with Android 2.1

The new Motorola Charm will go on sale at T-Mobile this summer. If it's cheap enough, and if T-Mobile's salespeople push it, it might effectively compete with RIM devices and all the popular non-smartphone messaging phones.It would be helpful if T-Mobile followed AT&T's lead and offered a cheaper entry-level data plan, if it really wanted to…
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