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Google Glass available to anyone for one day only - 0 views

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    Have you been pining for your very own wearable $1,500 Google Glass but weren't sure how you, a regular nondeveloper residing in the United States
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Sonos Swings Into Google's Playground | Online Entertainment | TechNewsWorld - 0 views

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    A new partnership between Sonos and Google means that users of the Google Play Music app for Android now can stream music to their Sonos speakers directly from the app itself.
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UK university uses Google Glass to help Parkinson's sufferers - 0 views

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    While the the Google Glass Explorer Program hasn't yet reached British shores, Google has begun gifting trial versions of the connected eyewear to various organizations around the world ahead.
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Google broadens facility for users and now puts feature that capably signs in with sounds - 0 views

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    Latest News - Google wants to increase its users' scope. Recently it acquired SlickLogin. To get more information about SlickLogin and how it is useful to users to secure their accounts, read the full news post.
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Google Zeitgeist 2013 search term stats were released today - 0 views

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    Google has released their list of the most searched for terms of the year. That includes not only top trending keywords, but also people, items and events that caught the interest of the world at large through 2013.
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Google to Amazon: We see your drones, and raise you robots! - 0 views

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    Amazon aren't the only one looking to take advantage of modern technology as now Google state that they are entering the robot game with real robots.
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The mysterious Google barge will be a floating gadget showroom - 2 views

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    A week ago, a mysterious barge owned by Google began construction. It led to a great deal of speculation about what it could possibly be used for, with many thinking it would be some kind of data storage facility. But news has come that it will be a showroom for Google X related projects and gadgets to come in the future.
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Android 4.4 KitKat and Google Nexus 5 were finally released - 0 views

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    After weeks of rumors and speculations one of the latest important release of the year was made official: Google announced the newest Android 4.4 KitKat and Nexus 5 smartphone.
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Microsoft has Google Glass alternative in the works - 1 views

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    Though Google Glass is still a prototype style product, Microsoft is wanting to get in on the action. Sources close to the WSJ say they have been contacting manufacturers in Asia about various components for their own version of the wearable technology.
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The end has come for Google TV - 0 views

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    After the project was an abject failure, Google is reportedly ending Google TV. However, the service itself is going nowhere, just the name and the focus. It appears Android TV will take over once Android 4.4 KitKat will be officially released.
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YouTube will introduce Google+ comment system - 0 views

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    YouTube hasn't changed their format for awhile, though small updates have been made. Today they announced that they will be switching up the way they handle comments, including sorting them by relevance rather than date, and connecting it all with Google+.
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Google's new Haswell Chromebooks are faster and use less power - 1 views

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    The Chromebook has been a very quiet device in the past. Using low cost parts in order to present a budget friendly laptop, things never quite took off. But now they have announced a new, better version that uses Intel Haswell processors, as well as a new Chromebox using the same.
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Google confirms Android 4.4 KitKat as the name of the next OS - 0 views

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    There has been a lot of guess work when it comes to the newest version of Android. One of the favorite speculations for the product is what it will be named. We got our answer today, as Google has chosen the surprising title of Android KitKat. This will be the 4.4 version and not 5.0 as everybody expected.
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Google increases reward for Chrome bug detections - 0 views

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    Last week we covered a story about Chrome not protecting user passwords saved in its database. Google seems to have taken the embarrassment of that find - and the reaction to Justin Schuh's comment on Y Combinator - to heart. Because now they are offering more cash than ever as a reward for finding bugs in their flagship browser.
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Chrome secures your passwords by not securing your passwords - 0 views

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    Google has come under fire for their security practices, which includes keeping a database of all saved passwords stored on your device, easily accessed through your account.
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Google had plans to release a living room set-top box - 0 views

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    Earlier this week, Google conducted a press event where they showed off their new Android upgrade, their Nexus 7 tablet and the already sold-out Chromecast. But that last one isn't the only step into living room entertainment the company has taken.
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GlassUp, an interesting cheap Google Glass alternative - 1 views

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    Those who thought Google Glass was the first release in the technology have obviously never heard of GlassUp. But now that the issue has become more mainstream, word is getting around that they could be the alternative to the more pricey Glass.
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Google facing legal action in Europe if privacy policy isn't changed - 0 views

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    There has been a great deal of news lately involving the rights to citizen privacy. It is a hot button issue that is becoming all the more intense as details of government surveillance programs in the US, UK and France continue to be unveiled. But Google is under fire for more than PRISM, with European watchdogs demanding they change their privacy policy, or risk legal action.
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Google explains why they closed Google Reader - 4 views

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    Google's announcement earlier this year that they would be getting rid of their RSS feed aggregator, Google Reader, was more of a shock. Not only did it manage to gain quite a bit of popularity over the years, but it has many applications that made it a heavily used tool for professionals
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