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Google Tells US Government They Won't Pull Anti-Muslim Film
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Chris from Paveya talks with Dave Smith, reporter for International Business Times about Google’s purchase of #Frommers, and the impact it will have on the #socialmedia world, and the #travel and #hospitality industries!
How Does Social Media Affect Website Search Rankings? [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter
Google, The New York Times y Lady Gaga van por los "Oscares de Internet".
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How Google search works (and what it means for marketers). [BLOG POST]
Google's Copyright Update #web #development #blog #google #copyright
Get-It-Done Guy : How to Use Google and Other Search Engines
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Google Chrome Market Share. IE를 제치고 순항 중..
Google Chrome now owns the internet - most popular web browser in the world.
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Google’s Driverless Cars Completely Street Legal In California. Yes! I have always said Google knows everything, now it will drive my car for me :-)
City Streets Googles SelfDriving Car Project Says Yeah We Got This - Getting an autonomous car to navigate highway traffic? That's old hat. Even automakers that haven't announced plans for self-driving cars offer safety features like adaptive
Driverless Car : Testclue Blog
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3 Google Plus Features to Grow Your Business #socialmedia
Android's Rise Helps Google Grow its Traffic Surveillance System - Technology Review
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Anyone’s smartphone can caculate the shortest distance between two places and even recommend a route to avoid traffic along the way. But what about an app that helps prevent traffic jams before they begin? That’s the premise of Greenway, a new program for Windows Phone that plugs its users’ locations, destinations, and speeds into an algorithm to figure out where and when traffic jams are likely to occur. Then, it provides a route to steer cars away from those roads. The route is called, appopri
25 Technologies Every Smart City Should Have
Greenway: app using an algorithm to divert traffic to reduce traffic jams= reduced CO2
12 Google Tools You Might Not Know About
12 Google Tools You Might Not Know About
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Google Acquires Ad Firm Wildfire Interactive - WSJ.com
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As The End Of Google Docs Draws Near, Google Asks Stragglers To Transition To Google Drive
Google Adaptly Done
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Google unveils Nexus Q streaming media player
Should you give up on the cloud?
Google Tightens Up App Policy, Gets Stricter On Naming/Icon, Payments, Privacy, Ads And Spam Rules [Developer Letter] | TechCrunch
U.K. Mobile Shopping Startup, Tapestry, Trials Barcode/NFC Scanning App To Link Shoppers With The Physical Things They Fancy | TechCrunch