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ehtan
2 weeks ago

I checked my Google account activity using the link at the bottom right of Gmail (saw this on an ITworld question last week, incidentally), and under “...

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nchristine
7 weeks ago

Google announced that it has been working on Project Tango, an ability to capture 3D environments using a smartphone. That’s neat, I suppose, but what...

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dthomas
8 weeks ago

Google has spread around the love when it comes to Nexus android phones over the years. HTC, LG and Samsung have all manufactured Google’s flagship...

Tags: android, google, Nexus 6 |
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tganley
9 weeks ago

I’ve been trying to find a good replacement for Google Keyword Tool. I know that I could use Keyword Planner, which has Keyword Tool’s functionality, but I...

Tags: google, Keyword Tool, SEO |
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stylor
9 weeks ago

One thing about Google is that it isn't afraid to kill off its offerings. The first thing to greet me when I've started my PC for the...

Tags: google, iGoogle |
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PapaRiver
10 weeks ago

What do I need to do differently that what I do for Google for SEO with Bing and other search engines?

Tags: bing, google, SEO |
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MrsMith
10 weeks ago

There are reports that Google is looking at selling Motorola to Lenovo for around $3 billion, when it paid around $12 billion just over 2 years ago. This...

Tags: google, Lenovo, Motorola |
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ttopp
11 weeks ago

I was just checking our website's PageRank, mostly out of curiosity, and it got me started wondering, how much does PageRank matter?...

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owen
13 weeks ago

Google spent $3.2 billion to acquire Nest, the company who developed smart thermostats. My first thought was that it was awesome, since there will be a...

Tags: google, Nest, Smart Home |
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jdixon
13 weeks ago

I’ve been using Outlook with Gmail (though IMAP) for years, but now that I’ve enabled 2-factor authentication, I’m having trouble with it. Can I still use...

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Can plastic materials morph into computers? A research breakthrough published this week brings such a possibility closer to reality.
Even four months after the Mac Pro's initial release, Apple appears to be having problems making enough of the high-end cylindrical desktop computer. The company's store currently shows shipping times of 4-5 weeks for all Mac Pro models, even the stock versions without additional customizations.

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