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Lenovo Buys Motorola from Google as Apple Shakes in Its Boots

Google literally just announced that it is selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for an estimated $2.91 billion, which is less than a quarter of what Google paid for Motorola a couple of years ago. The purchase, which seemed like a plus for Google, turned out to be the opposite with Motorola losing money and market […]

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Amazon and Newegg Display Availability for 3G Chromebook

Google recently announced its newest device, the Samsung-built 11.6″ Chromebook, which received immediate criticism for not supporting 3G or 4G LTE. However, it appears as if Google actually is releasing a Chromebook with cellular connectivity in the form of a 3G model priced at $330, just $80 more than the WiFi version. The 3G version […]

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Gmail Log Search for Apps Administrators Added by Google

Google has just started to roll out a tool for app administrators to search through Gmail logs according to an announcement the company recently made. The feature, which will be available in the apps control panel, has been something that has been long requested by IT administrators of the cloud collaboration and email suite according […]

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Google Chrome and Drive Land on iPhone and iPad

Google recently announced at its annual developer conference that the Google Chrome internet browser, as well as Google Drive, are coming to Apple iOS devices. If you are unfamiliar with Google Drive, it’s essentially a Dropbox-like storage service. This move means that Google users will be able to have a more consistent experience across their […]

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Google Allowed to Acquire Motorola Mobility

Regulators from the United States, as well as Europe, approved the $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility by Google on Monday and stated that they would continue to keep a close watch on Google to ensure that patents critical to the telecom industry would continue to be licensed at fair prices. The United States Department […]

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Microsoft Offering Free Stuff to Windows 7 Users Who Switch to IE9

Everybody loves free stuff. That’s not an opinion, its a fact, a fact that Microsoft obviously knows about because Windows 7 users who download the newest version of Internet Explorer, IE9, and then “pin” any of seven different websites to their taskbars will receive offers that range from a free month of Hulu Plus to a $5-off Fandango movie ticket.

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Google Updates Web Browser for Easier Tablet Experience

Google, in an attempt to evolve the experience and design of Google itself, has just improved the www.google.com search experience on tablets. How so you may ask? Well, Google has simplified the layout of search results pages and also increased the size of page content like text, buttons and other touch targets in order to make it faster and easier to browse and interact with your search results.

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