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Live Blog: Google I/O Keynote (Day One)

Google is kicking off its annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco with its traditional keynote. Even though I/O is mostly a developer event, with many in-depth technical discussions scheduled for the next three days, the keynotes tend to offer a mix of developer- and consumer-focused product announcements and launches. This year, we expect to hear more about GoogleÔÇÖs rumored Nexus tablet, its Amazon Web Services competitor, Google TV, ...

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Google Nexus 7 Fully Revealed: Tegra 3, 7-Inch IPS Display, $199 For 8GB, $249 For 16GB

And like that, Google is officially in the tablet hardware business. Google is mere minutes away from kicking off itÔÇÖs yearly I/O conference and perhaps the biggest news of the show, the announcement of the Nexus 7, was spoiled by the Google Play Store. Here is the Google/Asus Nexus 7 in all itÔÇÖs glory. Both 8GB and 16GB models pack a 7-inch 1280├ù800 HD display (216 ppi) back-lit IPS display covered ...

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Google To Take On Sonos With Its First Android@Home Product, The Nexus Q

Google is getting into the hardware game, and not just with its purchase of handset and set-top box maker Motorola. The company is announcing today the launch of its first Android@Home product, the Nexus Q. Shaped like a big black octopus, the wireless music and video streaming box looks like a direct competitor to Sonos, and will let users connect all their mobile phones and tablets to the device using ...

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Google Launches the Knowledge Graph for Better and More ÔÇ£HumanisticÔÇØ Web Searches

Engage Newswire services provides the most relevant Business, Technology News and Press Releases on the web. For Engage Newswire services contact news@EngageNewswire.com Oracle Digital, an Internet marketing company known for its advanced approaches to SEO and its other virtual tools, has honed their online methods and strategies to allow businesses handle the changes that have been taking place in the virtual world. This move is in relation to the release of GoogleÔÇÖs Knowledge ...

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HereÔÇÖs The First Pic Of The Nexus 7, GoogleÔÇÖs Answer To The Kindle Fire And The iPad

Hello, bezel. Google is set to kick off itÔÇÖs yearly developerÔÇÖs conference in less than 30 minutes. Big things are expected including the announcement of GoogleÔÇÖs long-rumored Nexus tablet. Well, here it is. The Google Play Store inadvertently leaked the Nexus 7 early. Right now all we have is the image above but itÔÇÖs very telling. Apparently Google changed up the tablet OS. The pic above shows a user interface thatÔÇÖs similar ...

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Location-Based Shopping App Shopkick Partners With MasterCard On Rewards Program

Mobile shopping app┬áshopkick┬áis announcing a partnership with MasterCard today which will allow cardholders to earn ÔÇ£kicksÔÇØ (shopkicksÔÇÖ in-app rewards) by linking their card with shopkickÔÇÖs Buy & Collect program and making qualifying purchases. These kicks can later be redeemed for things like gift cards, music downloads, movie tickets, and other offers. In addition, in exchange for signing up for the new program, MasterCard cardholders will also receive 250 bonus points for ...

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Iain MacDonald Of SkillPages [TCTV]

SkillPages is the worldÔÇÖs leading Skills MarketplaceTM. The companyÔÇÖs vision is to create ÔÇ£One place to find skilled peopleÔÇØ and in doing so, to enable people across the world to unlock new opportunities. Already, millions of people use Skillpages.com every month. Launched in 2011 and privately held, SkillPages has offices in Dublin, Ireland and Palo Alto, CA. The company employs 32 people who support a rapidly growing community of over 5 ...

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Clipix Wants To Be A Pinterest For The Real World

Does the world really need another visual bookmarking service? After all, we already have Pinterest and all of its clones. Clipix, however, believes that it has found a way to differentiate itself from the competition. The service, which is coming out of beta today, feels a bit like a hybrid between Evernote and Pinterest, with a bit of Pearltrees thrown in for good measure. It is a visual bookmarking tool ...

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Rafter Scoops Up HubEdu To Help It Challenge The Textbook Industry

Rafter, a new edtech company formed from the rebranding of popular textbook rental service (and Chegg competitor) BookRenter, announced its first-ever strategic acquisition this morning. The lucky acquiree? HubEdu: A young, San Diego-based startup that provides universities with a suite of analytics, tracking and price comparison tools to help them increase their revenue and make course materials (and higher education as a whole) more affordable for students. For those unfamiliar, the ...

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Mobile Payments Startup Kuapay Grabs $4 Million Investment, Readies Global Expansion

Well, it appears to be mobile payments day here at TechCrunch. When it rains, it pours, right? Another announcement hitting the wires today comes from global mobile payments startup Kuapay, which has just closed a $4 million round of funding from a single, private investor. The company was started in January 2011 by Joaquin Ayuso de Paul, best known as a co-founder of Tuenti, a company often referred to as the ...

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