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Google's Next-Generation Search App Is Now Available For iPhones And iPads

Google's Next-Generation Search App Is Now Available For iPhones And iPads | New Media Technology | Scoop.it

Long available on Android, Google Now is the company's app on steroids. 



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It is fun that most Android phones can't run Google Now, but the iPhone can. Google's next search app is now availiable for iPhone and it contains Google Now which is better than Siri.

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Google+ comments arrive on Blogger, shows drive to link the social network to all Google services

Google+ comments arrive on Blogger, shows drive to link the social network to all Google services | New Media Technology | Scoop.it
Google announced today that it is making Google+ comments available on its Blogger service. Similar to Facebook Comments, Google+ allows users to share their thoughts not only on the ...
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In a move to unify its products and services, Google has integrated Google+ into Blogger. Currently, the integration is optional. Blogger users now have the option to enable Google+ commenting through the Blogger dashboard. When Google+ users discuss a blog post, the Blogger user will see the comments and replies on his or her blog. Do you think it makes increasing usage of the Google+ platform?

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Google's Decision To Go Into The Local Delivery Business Is Just Bizarre

Google's Decision To Go Into The Local Delivery Business Is Just Bizarre | New Media Technology | Scoop.it
Self-driving cars, computerized glass, search, mobile phones, and... local delivery?
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Is Google going into the local delivery business? How Google is going to be able to do local delivery better than everyone else like Amzaon and eBay? 

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Ken Morrison's comment, April 14, 2013 9:24 AM
Hi Hangyu
I agree with many aspects of this article. However, I think that it ignores the simple concept of data mining. Google will do anything and go anywhere to collect data. They are excited to have self-driving car that collect information and human beings with data collectors on their face (Google Glasses). Any time that I don't understand what Google is doing, I simply ask myself, "How will this help Google collect more information." I learned today that Google even monitors and measures the behaviors of how people choose their drinks in their cafeteria. They had a sample test of moving water and sodas around to measure how product placement would effect how many workers chose different drinks. They love to collect data. It is in their veins and culture.
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Hangyu Lee's comment, April 17, 2013 2:41 AM
Thanks, actually I subscribe some great leaders who talks about latest news about new media technology. I want to keep learn and study about this area. And I totally agree with what you are talking about.
Ken Morrison's comment, April 17, 2013 5:03 AM
I like many things that I see on your site. Well Done.
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Rumor has Google close to buying WhatsApp for $1B

Rumor has Google close to buying WhatsApp for $1B | New Media Technology | Scoop.it
Google is said to be well into negotiations with the team behind WhatsApp, with the search giant reportedly considering a $1 billion price tag for the popular cross-platform messaging app.
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Google close to buying the world best messenger application? If it works, Google is more capable of competing in the communication against Internet rival Facebook.

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Google leak hints at an Android game center with multiplayer, chat, lobbies, leaderboards, and achievements

Google leak hints at an Android game center with multiplayer, chat, lobbies, leaderboards, and achievements | New Media Technology | Scoop.it
Google appears to be preparing the launch of a game center for Android with an unknown name. It looks like the new hub will sport a slew of features, including multiplayer support, ...
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There is a rumor that Google makes Google game center for Android including multiplayer system. They exactly know that game is more fun when we play with our friends. 

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The Google Boys History Majors

Google has been estimated to run over one million servers in data centers around the world, and process over one billion search requests and about twenty-four petabytes of user-generated data every day.


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Through a series of new product developments, acquisitions and partnerships, Google has expanded its first search and advertising business into other areas, including web-based email, online mapping, office productivity, and video sharing, among others. You will get an insider look at the start-up and growth of Google by taking a view from within the Googleplex in Mountain View, California.


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Google Glass promises apps of future! | The Money Times

Google Glass promises apps of future! | The Money Times | New Media Technology | Scoop.it
Phew! Is Google Glass, the new sci-fi future or vaporware? The speculation in the tech world has been a rife ever since Google Glass was unveiled. The people feared that this was Google’s strategy to plaster its ads all around.
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Google Glass may help by getting people the right professional help when needed. I'm really waiting for Google Glass. 

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Apple, Google, Facebook, and OpenStreetMap: The top 5 changes to expect from maps in 2013

Apple, Google, Facebook, and OpenStreetMap: The top 5 changes to expect from maps in 2013 | New Media Technology | Scoop.it
Apple Maps was the best thing ever to happen to Google Maps.
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With mobile proliferation, maps are becoming more and more essential each day, therefore, it only makes sense that more services will pop up, and that more existing companies will want a piece of the pie. The key map moments in 2013. 

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