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Using Google mail (apps or Gmail)? Try Rapportive to see you contacts activity in the net instead of ads

Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox. You can immediately see what people look like, where they’re based, and what they do. You can establish rapport by mentioning shared interests. You can grow your network by connecting on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and more. And you can record thoughts for later by […]

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Use Character Tags to Remember Bookmark Keywords

We’ve sung the praises of the art of keyword bookmarking before, but the number of keywords in your setup can quickly get out of control. Reader Swc oxcart shows us an easy way to keep track of all your bookmark keywords. Google Chrome’s auto-suggest will automatically narrow down your bookmarks for you by adding a […]

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Gmail Now Lets You Save Attachments to the Desktop via Drag-and-Drop

Saving dozens of e-mail file attachments to your computer just became a hell of a lot easier. Google has added a new feature to Gmail: the ability to save file attachments by simply dragging-and-dropping them onto the desktop. If you hover over the file icon or the “Download” link for any attachment, you’ll notice the new text […]

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Google Launches App Inventor: DIY App Creation Tool for Android

Google launched “App Inventor,” a do-it-yourself mobile app creation tool that lets anyone build their own Android applications without needing to know how to program or even write a line of code. Instead, using an online interface, would-be developers visually design the app’s interface and interactions, using drag-and-drop blocks that specify what the app should […]

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10 New Retail Rules: What Would Google Do?

10 New Retail Rules: What Would Google Do? by Jeff Jarvis Inspires New White Paper Inspired by Jeff Jarvis’s book What Would Google Do?, Oracle has prepared a new white paper that outlines 10 ways retailers can profitably navigate today’s competitive landscape, which is marked by transformative consumer technologies as well as profound macroeconomic changes. […]

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How to sync and manage notes with Gmail and iO4

Ever since the first iPhone, there has been a “Notes” application. However, the ability to save and manage notes has always been fairly minimal. Now, with iOS4, Gmail users can easily manage their notes, even across multiple Gmail accounts. One of the apps that is seemingly unchanged from the very first iPhone release is the […]

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Memeo Launches “GDrive” with Google’s Blessing

Memeo, the company behind a host of backup, sharing and synchronization tools and mobile applications, has just launched Memeo Connect 2.0, an updated version of its earlier desktop-to-cloud synchronization service for Google Docs. Like its progenitor, Memeo Connect still offers drag-and-drop uploads, but in the latest release, the application’s operating system integration has been dramatically improved. Most […]

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Google Docs’ New Upgrades Go Live for Everyone

Google has recently made a slew of changes to their Docs office and productivity suite live for all users and all new documents. From now on, when you create a new spreadsheet, drawing, presentation or text document in Docs, you’ll be using the snazzy new interface and collaboration features as the default. Two months ago, Google […]

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Google Earth: Hiker’s Edition

Google Earth just released a new edition of its desktop app which hikers, runners and cyclists are going to love. They call it Google Earth 5.2. I call it the Hike’s Edition. One of the new features allows you to recreate the path of a hike or bike ride by ingesting geo-data from one of […]

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Google alerts

Google has a service you might never have heard of: Google Alerts. Google Alerts are emails sent to you when Google finds new results — such as web pages, newspaper articles, or blogs — that match your search term. You can use Google Alerts to monitor anything on the Web. For example, people use Google […]

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CloudCourse: An Enterprise Application in the Cloud

From google official blog: At Google we have experts on everything from Python to penguins. However, connecting our expert teachers to eager students around the globe can be a complicated business. To that end, we are excited to release our new internal learning platform, CloudCourse under an open source license. Built entirely on App Engine, CloudCourse allows […]

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How To Use Google Wave for Live Blogging

This an article you can find at ReadWriteWeb. They had been Live Blogging during Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook privacy press conference. They decided to put this theory into practice and live blogged the event with Wave. The reaction to the experiment was overwhelmingly positive, so they decided to share how they did it : How It’s Done […]

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Google TV is here

Google officially unveiled Google TV at its Google I/O conference. Google is teaming up with Intel, Sony and Logitech for Google TV. The device is not designed to replace your cable or satellite box, but work alongside it: The goal is to be able to view web content and television content side-by-side from the same interface. This […]

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Why my next phone it will be an iPhone 4G and not an Android froyo

Last Wednesday in San Francisco took place the latest Google I/O conference, in principle a conference for developers. Each participant gets a free android phone (well the probably cover the cost of the phone with the fees…). Many people expects this conference to be a consumer goods conference where things are explained in plain english […]

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Jeff Jarvis on privacy, publicness & penises

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