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GoGrocery - Search & Compare Grocery Flyers- is a free grocery flyer comparison service with which a person can search and compare the prices of items listed in local grocery flyers.

Vending Machine Makes a Fresh Pizza in 2 Minutes [VIDEO] : Ever really want a freshly baked pizza but don’t have more than a few minutes to get one? A1 Concepts is distributing an Italian-made vending machine that can bake a whole pizza in two and a half minutes. After the concept’s initial success in Europe, it’s now coming across the pond to the United States.

Square Hits 2 Million User Mark, Processes $6 Billion in Payments: Square, the mobile payment company started by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, just broke 2 million users, six months after it surpassed 1 million. The company is now processing more than $6 billion in payments as well on an annualized basis. That figure represents huge growth for Square. Last year at this time, the company was hoping to process $1 billion in payments “within the next year.”

Square Hits 2 Million User Mark, Processes $6 Billion in Payments

iOS 6: Everything You Need to Know : If you were looking for new mobile features, then iOS 6, which Apple unveiled on Monday at WWDC, does not disappoint. At WWDC 2012, Scott Forstall took the stage to unveil iOS 6 to developers. iOS 6 features more than 200 updates and improvements when compared to iOS 5. iOS 5 already boasts more than 80% adoption rate across devices and Apple boasted figures about iMessage, Twitter stats, Game Center and push notifications.

Twitter Confirms Facebook Integration of Usernames, Hashtags, Photos: The updated Twitter for Facebook integration now includes additional rich media experiences related to the first photo, URL, @mention or #hashtag in the cross-posted tweet,” Twitter spokesman Robert Weeks told Mashable on Thursday night. “This update is available for everyone.”

Google Officially Acquires Motorola Mobility, Appoints New CEO

Coda Electric Sedan Zooms Into California: The new, all-electric car company is offering potential owners (in California only) to design and reserve their own electric vehicle for only $99.

3D Printing App: Copy Objects Right From Your iPad: Got an iPad? You may not know it yet, but that means you have a portable object duplicator in your hands. The key to unlocking its abilities is an app that lets you capture and create 3D renderings of objects in the real world. Once you’ve captured the object, it’s super-simple to send the rendering to a 3D-printing service and have it made.

LG Launches Multimedia-Oriented LG Cloud: LG has launched a cloud service of its own: LG Cloud, providing streaming access to digital content across various electronic devices. LG’s cloud service differs from its competitors by its multimedia focus. It’s not just an online storage for various file types; instead, it allows users to manage and view content on Android smartphones, PCs and smart TVs.

Growing Up Google: How Cloud Computing Is Changing a Generation: A few weeks ago, a school administrator shared a story about how he tried to block Google’s chat feature, but his students created a workaround. They opened up a new Google Doc, shared it with friends, and used the sidebar chat to talk with each other.

Growing Up Google: How Cloud Computing Is Changing a Generation

Google Drive Launches, With Less Free Storage Than SkyDrive: Google officially announced its anticipated Google Drive cloud service on Tuesday, although the storage capacity is less than Microsoft added to its SkyDrive service a day earlier. Google also announced that Google Gmail customers would get a free bump from 7.5GB to 10GB over the next 24 hours. Google Drive works as a typical cloud service, allowing users to store videos, photos, documents, PDFs, and other types of files.

Google Selling Phones Again, Adds Galaxy Nexus to Google Play : About two years after pulling the plug on its online smartphone store, Google today announced that the Galaxy Nexus is now available for sale via Google Play. The Samsung smartphone is on sale via a new Devices section within Google Play, formerly known as the Android Market. "We want to give you a place to purchase Nexus devices that work really well with your digital entertainment," Andy Rubin

The Best Portable Printers : As the number of gadgets on which people can view documents has grown, so has the variety of portable printers on the market. With the rise of smart phones and tablets have come petite printers that can handle varied input, including files received over a Bluetooth connection. Some printers, both photo and document models, can print on odd-sized paper.

The Best Portable Printers

Google Officially Launches Google Drive: We’ve heard the rumors for weeks, and seen leaked versions during an Android developer’s Google+ Hangout and in one employee presentation. But now Google Drive, Google’s 5GB cloud-storage service, is official.

2013 Ford Escape Can Park Itself, Unlock, Open the Hatch : I used to think hands-free driving meant you keep your hands off your smartphone when hitting the open road. A brief spin in Ford’s new 2013 Ford Escape, however, taught me that sometimes it can also mean you don’t need to put your hands on the wheel, the door handle or a latch. The new Escape, which is arriving at auto dealers in a couple of months ($31K for the fully-loaded model), is one advanced vehicle.

Google Drive to Launch Next Week With 5 GB of Free Storage [REPORT] : Google‘s foray into personal cloud storage, Google Drive, is about to launch next week, according to a report from The Next Web. Citing a draft release from one of Google’s launch partners for the service, TNW claims the service will initially be free, giving out 5 GB of storage to every user.

Pinterest Is a $7.7 Billion Company: Facebook values Instagram at $1 billion and LinkedIn (LNKD) has a market cap of $10 billion. Twitter claims it is worth $8 billion. So where does that leave the new kid on the block Pinterest? Well, it looks like you can pin $7.7 billion on your Pinterest board.

Apple Planning a $249 to $299 ‘iPad Mini’ This Year [RUMOR] : A month after Apple delivered its new iPad, rumors are heating up about a new iteration of the tablet designed to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire. The latest rumor to make the rounds is that Apple is planning to produce 6 million smaller iPads for sale some time in the third quarter. The report, from Chinese portal NetEase, was translated by Kotaku.

Samsung to Unveil the Next Galaxy Phone on May 3 - Samsung has started sending out invites for the launch of the next Galaxy smartphone, which is slated for May 3 in London. The invite doesn’t give any details about the upcoming device(s) — it merely says “come and meet the next Galaxy.” However, we know that the company plans to reveal Samsung Galaxy S III, which was rumored to be launched at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but Samsung decided to move the launch to a later date.

This Video Game Will Cost You $1,300 : Special editions of video games have been serious business in Japan for decades, often coming with soundtracks, art books, models, and other unique collectibles, and sometimes selling for hundreds of dollars. For its latest Resident Evil game, Capcom has put together a “premium edition” costing a whopping $1,300. For that price, you’d expect it to come with a game console to play it on, but instead you’ll get… a jacket

XLR8 Turns Your Ford Focus Into a Ferrari : We can’t always hit the road in the wheels we’d like to. A new app called XLR8, however, can at least make your family sedan sound like the sports car of your dreams. Using your phone’s accelerometer, XLR8 plays sounds similar to what your car might sound like if it was something a little fancier. The audio revs up as you start, just like a vehicle does.

XLR8 Turns Your Ford Focus Into a Ferrari

JK Rowling Upgrades Website, Teases First Adult Book: Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling released details of her forthcoming adult novel, The Casual Vacancy, alongside her newly redesigned website Thursday. Until Thursday, the author’s website,, had been under construction and inaccessible for several months. The new design reflects a cleaner, more streamlined aesthetic. It’s available in a variety of languages and dialects — including both British and American English.

Canon's newest D-SLR, the EOS-1D C, is clearly targeted at professional cinematographers. The $15,000 camera looks just like the EOS-1D X from the outside, but it's what's under the hood that matters.

Samsung Launch Details: Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 : Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 was the first of the company’s tablets announced to arrive running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. A little bit later on, we learned about plans for a larger 10.1-inch version. While we’ve had a good amount of technical data on both tablets, the picture of their eventual release has been a little less clear.