Telly Releases Android Tablet App As It Approaches 70K Likes Per Week On Google's Mobile OS
Telly Releases Android Tablet App As It Approaches 70K Likes Per Week On Google's Mobile OS
                                       

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Google says Skyhook's assertion of 98 patent claims makes lawsuit unmanageable

www.fosspatents.com
New The first filing in a smartphone-related patent lawsuit bearing a June 2013 date was made by Google, which a few minutes after midnight by Eastern Time brought a "motion to require Skyhook to reduce the number of asserted claims and provide adequate infringement contentions" in the parties' federal litigation in...
Google says Skyhook's assertion of 98 patent claims makes lawsuit unmanageable

Google Adword: beware copycat websites in paid-for search results

www.guardian.co.uk
New Web search results reveal scores of 'rogue websites' tricking the unwary into paying too much for government servicesPensioners Brian and Valerie lost £80 after going on Google to renew their passports. The couple, from Harrogate, realised too late that the website they used, UK-passport.net, was not the official government service...
Google Adword: beware copycat websites in paid-for search results

Eat your heart out: Chinese e-commerce firm delivers packages within hours

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New Think same-day delivery is the bee's knees? In China, an e-commerce company called Jingdong not only delivers your package a few hours after you place your order, but also gives you power to track it in real time on a map. You can even bug the delivery crew while...
Eat your heart out: Chinese e-commerce firm delivers packages within hours

Google Won't Approve Glass Apps That Recognize People's Faces... For Now

techcrunch.com
The potential creep factor of Google Glass is something that the search giant has to mitigate as best as it can if it wants that kooky head-worn display to become a mass-market sensation (and even that may not be enough) but a recent announcement highlights the search giant’s commitment to,...
Google Won't Approve Glass Apps That Recognize People's Faces... For Now

Google expects Fiber to be profitable, hints at new markets

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Google Fiber is seen by many as a regional experiment that will push current Internet service providers to offer faster speeds at more affordable speeds. Google Fiber head Milo Medin countered that perception at an event on Wednesday, however. Speaking at a Fiber-to-the-Home Council meeting, the executive explained that the...
Google expects Fiber to be profitable, hints at new markets

Google nixes facial recognition in Glass for now

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The company declares it won't approve facial recognition in software for its high-tech specs "at this time" -- saying strong privacy protections will need to be in place first. [Read more]...
Google nixes facial recognition in Glass for now

Google prepares for first consumer Glass adoption by banning face recognition apps (until privacy protections can be enforced)

9to5google.com
In a Google Plus remark, Google said that it would block all facial recognition apps from Google Glasses Glass and Facial Recognition When we started the Explorer Program nearly a year ago our goal was simple: we wanted to make people active participants in shaping the future of this technology...
Google prepares for first consumer Glass adoption by banning face recognition apps (until privacy protections can be enforced)
Google won't approve facial recognition Glass apps until it has 'privacy protections in place'

Google: No Facial Recognition Apps Will be Approved For Google Glass

marketingland.com
Think Google Glass would be great if it could help you look at someone and automatically bring up information about them? Looks like you’ll have to do it the hard way and recognize them yourself. Google’s put up a statement saying it won’t approve any facial recognition apps.... Please visit...
Google: No Facial Recognition Apps Will be Approved For Google Glass

Google Disallows Facial Recognition in Glass Apps

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Worried about so-called “Glassholes” automatically identifying the faces of people around them? Google says it doesn’t want that to happen, either. The company tonight posted an update to developer policies for its wearable device Google Glass that explicitly disallows facial recognition apps. It explained in a Google+ update, “As Google...
Google Disallows Facial Recognition in Glass Apps
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