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Google Ignites Controversy By Using Name "Palestine" On Homepage

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New Google has been at the center of heated geo-political controversy before, usually around disputed place names or borders on maps. A new controversy, however, has arisen about one of Google’s international homepages: Google.ps. That’s the page previously dedicated to the... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article....
Google Ignites Controversy By Using Name "Palestine" On Homepage

Amazon opens Appstore in China; Kindle coming next?

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New Amazon’s app store is officially open for business in China. The Seattle online retail giant debuted its app store for Chinese customers this past weekend, Reuters reported. Amazon’s newest store offers an alternative to Google Play for those in China. Unlike Google, Amazon’s store features both paid and free options....
Amazon opens Appstore in China; Kindle coming next?

Updated Gmail for iOS links directly to Chrome, Google Maps and YouTube apps

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New The official Gmail app for iOS has been available since 2011, but up until now, links to Maps and other Google utilities have directed users to the browser rather than to the respective programs. A just-released update to Gmail for iOS lets you jump into Chrome, Google Maps, YouTube...
Updated Gmail for iOS links directly to Chrome, Google Maps and YouTube apps

Google's chief internet evangelist Vint Cerf talks interplanetary internet protocols

9to5google.com
New Wired has published an interesting interview with Vint Cerf, “Father of the Internet” and Google’s chief internet evangelist. The interview focuses on Vint’s work with NASA to develop protocols for the “interplanetary internet”: Working with NASA and JPL, Cerf has helped develop a new set of protocols that can...
Google's chief internet evangelist Vint Cerf talks interplanetary internet protocols
Gmail for iOS update lets users automatically open links in Chrome, YouTube, or Safari

Gmail for iOS updated with link support for YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and more

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Gmail for iOS received an update that includes the ability to open links in Gmail directly to YouTube, Google Maps, and Chrome, assuming the apps are installed. The feature can be turned off if you prefer. What’s New in Version 2.2.7182 - YouTube, Google Maps and Chrome links go directly...
Gmail for iOS updated with link support for YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and more

Gmail for iOS updated with link support for YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and more

9to5mac.com
Gmail for iOS received an update that includes the ability to open links in Gmail directly to YouTube, Google Maps, and Chrome, assuming the apps are installed. The feature can be turned off if you prefer. What’s New in Version 2.2.7182 - YouTube, Google Maps and Chrome links go...
Gmail for iOS updated with link support for YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome, and more

YouTube Paid Subscription Channels Set To Launch Soon

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YouTube could launch subscription-based channels as early as this week, according to The Financial Times. The subscription model will give Google’s video sharing site a new revenue stream and support premium video content production. The subscription-based channels, first reported on back in... Please visit Marketing Land for the full article....
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Gmail for iOS now links directly to native YouTube, Google Maps and Chrome apps

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Google has rolled out an update to its Gmail iOS app today, one designed to guide users towards the Internet giant’s other native apps. Though Google finally launched its Gmail iOS app way back in November 2011, thus far links to the likes of Google Maps have opened up in...
Gmail for iOS now links directly to native YouTube, Google Maps and Chrome apps
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?