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Google Purchases Another Bundle of IBM Patents

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Google is apparently starting out the 2012 year strongly by diving right into new patent deals. It appears that what IBM has Google wants, and this time the deal added over 200 patents to their arsenal. This may not seem like a lot considering that during the summer of 2011 Google purchased over 2,000 patents [&hellip

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Google+ Update Adds Some Desirable Features

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Today Google has announced a new set of features for their social networking site that many users have long been needing and asking for. First they will be offering a new way to avoid being flooded by posts from “over-sharers” through integrating a slider bar that regulates how many posts you’ll see from any particular [&hellip

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Twitter Rolls Out New Design

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On Thursday, Twitter began rolling out a new design to the masses that should benefit most users and businesses. We’re positive that people will rise against the change, but it’s not like this hasn’t happened before. The new version of Twitter will feature the ability to highlight videos and photos that the user has Tweeted [&hellip

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The Real Facebook Phone is Coming – Codename HTC Buffy

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Facebook has long been considering the best entrance strategy into being more dominant in the phone arena and has even had a few “Facebook phones” hit the shelves, like the HTC Status. The Status had a Facebook share button that makes participating with Facebook a bit easier, but now plans have surfaced for a real [&hellip

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Google+ Adds Trends – Look Out Twitter

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Google+ just won’t stop adding features, and that’s a good thing considering it originally launched with no search and some other missing functionality. The latest addition to Google’s social platform is Trends, which essentially are the same as Twitter’s Trends. The tricky part is that they currently don’t show up on the main home page. [&hellip

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