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    Google Maps Floor Plans Get the Vegas Treatment

    Satnav devices are popular for a reason and many people find that Google Maps is the app they miss most when their cellphone runs out of juice. When attending a conference you sometimes wish they could map out the insides of buildings, as when you’re wandering aimlessly from faceless conference room to a meeting it’s […]

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    NextBox Google TV Box by E FUN Will Make You Never Leave Your Couch

    At CES 2012, E FUN announced the set-top NextBox Google TV Box providing a preemptive duck and upper cut to the rumored oncoming Apple TV revolution. This tiny box lets you go web browsing, social networking, meme watching on Youtube, and peruse your normal TV channels. Yay for integration! Here are some more specs: Features […]

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    Google+ Tries To Lure Companies with Brand and Business Pages

    After being the next big thing for about a week, Google+, Google’s new social networking service, has stopped looking like the next Facebook, and started looking like the next Google Wave. Traffic and interest have been dwindling dramatically, as people, by and large, likely haven’t found a compelling reason to use what amounts to another […]

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    Google Offers App for Android Gets You Excited For Bargain Hunting

    In December of 2010, Google tried to purchase Groupon for $6 billion. It didn’t work out. That’s when the development of Google Offers was brought to light. If Google can’t have Groupon, they’re going to do their best to push them out of the market. Google Offers, a deal-of-the-day service from the technology giant, is […]

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    Google Debuts Ice Cream Sandwich, Melts Onto the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    Today, in Hong Kong, Google and Samsung announced Samsung’s newest smartphone, the Galaxy Nexus, and it looks to be at the top of the class when it comes to Android smartphones this holiday season. The Galaxy Nexus will have a 4.65” touchscreen with a clear 1280×720 resolution display. The rear-facing camera is 1080p capable, sports […]

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    Hands-on with the Motorola Droid RAZR for Verizon

    Motorola has relaunched the RAZR series with the new Droid RAZR, and measuring just 7.1mm, it turns out to be the world’s thinnest smartphone. This Gingerbread smartphone packs in a 4.3″ super AMOLED advanced qHD display with contrast that they claim is better than the iPhone 4S’ retina display. The Droid RAZR is also made […]

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    Sony NSX-46GT1 Google TV Review

    From the moment we first set our eyes on Sony’s Internet TVs powered by Google TV, we were impressed. Google TV basically brings the best entertainment on the internet to your TV. For the past few weeks we have had the opportunity to live with Google TV, and it turns out that living with it […]

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    Lady Gaga Visits Google, Crowned Search Princess

    Lady Gaga has a history of visiting tech companies, after all, it was just last summer that she visited Apple headquarters. Well yesterday Gaga visited Google where she participated in a Google Moderator discussion in front of an audience of some very excited, and very lucky Google employees.

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    So Long Android Market and Hello Android Market Web Store

    Honeycomb wasn’t the only thing Google had up its sleeve at its California press conference yesterday. There was also the announcement that Google is finally rolling out the new and long-awaited Android Market web store. As of today, the Android Market web store will be available, providing a more user-friendly way to purchase and download […]

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    Hands-on with Dell OEM Solutions at Interop 2010

    The Google Search Appliance is a server designed to let anyone from a small business to a full scale enterprise offer a secure and efficient search engine for their intranet and web sites. But here is the kicker – the Google Search Appliance is made by Dell, or specifically, Dell OEM Solutions. Dell OEM Solutions […]

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    T-Mobile G2 Review

    After weeks of leaked spy shots and rumors, the T-Mobile G2 is finally here. A successor to the original T-Mobile G1, the first Android phone to come to market, the G2 has been highly anticipated and for good reason. The G2 retains the basic form-factor of the original G1, but a lot has changed in […]

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    7 Cool Intel Projects You May or May Not Know About

    Last month Intel brought together a group of bloggers from around the U.S. for their annual Upgrade Your Life Event where Intel offers several Bloggers the opportunity to see what the micro-processing giant is working on – but we’re not talking necessarily just about their work on their latest Core processors. This is the second […]