Google Fiber is coming on July 26, Kansas readies to open its pipes

Google Fiber is coming on July 26, Kansas readies to open its pipes

www.engadget.com
We're always being told we need more fiber in our lives. For most people, that might constitute a second bowl of cereal in the morning -- for the lucky Google Fiber-receiving residents of Kansas City (or Kansas City) however, it means big spoonfuls of super fast internet. While the...
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marketingland.com
New There’s no turning back now. A little over a year after introducing the new version of Google Analytics, the company is removing links that allowed users to revert back to the previous version. The new GA, which is built on an entirely new platform, includes the user interface changes first......
New Google Analytics Interface Becomes Standard

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techcrunch.com
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Google considering "producer" features for the Google+ Hangouts app Cameraman

thenextweb.com
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Microsoft Office 2013, formally unveiled on Monday, embraces the cloud more fully than any previous version of the age-old productivity suite. We’ve already examined the desktop versions of the programs at some length, but they aren’t the only apps that picked up new features—Office Web Apps, the browser-based versions of Office’s...
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YouTube Announces Easy Face-Blurring Tool to Protect Anonymity of Video Subjects

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Google's video site responds to a report from human-rights group WITNESS that criticized tech companies for not doing enough to allow protesters to mask their identities....
YouTube Announces Easy Face-Blurring Tool to Protect Anonymity of Video Subjects
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