Monthly Archives for June 2014

Google Panda 4 0–What You Need to Know

Google qualifies as one of the most preferred search engines in the internet community. In fact, it would not be a fallacy to categorize Google as one of the best search engines in the world. However, many Google subscribers use it without necessarily understanding the dynamics behind its functionality.

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Does Google Have a Grip on Your ERP Lead Generation Campaign?

The date for Google’s much awaited I/O conference draws near. And with that, the internet is buzzing with talk from future developments of Android to its next move against Apple. But for B2B marketers, the biggest issue has and always will be the company’s constant development of its search engine.

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Google’s Nest Moves To Become Master Of The Smart Home, By Talking To Other Devices

Nest Labs is taking the next step in its quest to become a hub for the smart home, by letting other gadgets and services access its learning thermostat and smoke detector for the first time.

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Google To Unveil Android 5 “Lollipop” At I/O Conference

Following Apple AAPL -0.61% announcements earlier this month, Google GOOGL -0.29% will unveil the next big update of its own mobile operating system, Android, at Google I/O – its developer conference that kicks off tomorrow morning in San Francisco.

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Driverless Cars For $10,000? This Startup Is Challenging Google With A Simple Sensor

Google GOOGL +1.57%’s driverless car project has been getting plenty of attention for the kinds of changes it could bring to transportation, but buying an entirely new, self-driving car is out of most people’s budgets and many years away. Cruise Automation is a San Francisco-based startup that thinks it can get the technology to market […]

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Google Is Getting Into Domains. Should GoDaddy Worry?

Watch out, GoDaddy. Google is making moves on your turf. It looks like the search giant is getting into the domain registrar business; Google has a “beta” site available at domains.google.com.

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The Developer Conference Has A Design And Wearables Focus This Year

If you’re gearing up for Google’s big annual developer event this year, you might be wondering what the company will be doing with its full two-day event, which kicks off Wednesday. Google’s focus this year is expanding to include more information and value for the gamut of app and software makers. That means speaking not […]

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Google develops own ‘boring’ version of OpenSSL

Google is developing its own version of OpenSSL that will be more appropriate for its own software products, which have been using the critical encryption component for years with customized patches.

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Google’s Nest to buy Dropcam for $555 million: report

Google Inc’s Nest Labs will buy home-monitoring camera startup Dropcam for about $555 million in cash, technology blog Re/code reported on Friday, taking another step deeper into consumers’ homes. Nest and Dropcam confirmed the acquisition in separate blog posts on Friday, but did not specify the price tag. Google declined to comment.

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How Google might put taxi drivers out of business

Chalk up another possible job victim of the Internet age — the New York City cab driver. Google is betting big on the driverless car, testing 10 cars for more than 700,000 miles. Without a driver at the wheel, these vehicles are able to to navigate anywhere, including trips down the eight tight hairpin turns […]

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