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Nexus 7 and the Android Fragmentation Problem

date of publication July 23, 2012

The recently released Google Nexus 7 is an tablet that is turning out to be one of the hottest new tech gadgets of the year.  It is a excellent device designed for the cloud (sadly, it lacks a microSD card slot), and the price-point is simply unbeatable.  It has exceptional battery life, a great screen, and is more portable at the 7 inch size than the iPad. Read More

Posted under: Computer Hardware, Google
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Google Spreadsheets Tutorial: Find the Length of a Cell

date of publication July 13, 2012

Google Spreadsheets is a powerful and free solution that rivals many desktop spreadsheet software packages, both in functionality and in robustness.

Just like other popular spreadsheets, it has a variety of built-in calculations and functions that it can perform to manipulate the data in your spreadsheet, and one that can be very useful at times is finding out what the length of the data (in terms of characters) certain block of text is. Read More

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Why Google Should buy Flipboard

date of publication June 11, 2012

Internet powerhouse Google has had little trouble acquiring and assimilating smaller innovative programs into its growing family. This partly comes from Google’s desire to give users a holistic Internet experience under its banner. However, not everything comes easy, not even for Google, who had their offer for the iOS based app, Flipboard, shot down last year.

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Posted under: Google, Interesting
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See if Social Media matters, with Google’s Social Backlinks

date of publication June 4, 2012

Earlier this year, Google unveiled a number of new social reports on Google Analytics to help analyze website traffic. These included an Overview Report, Conversation Report, Social Plug-in report etc. The most recent addition is a feature that helps track and analyze backlink URLs.

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Google’s Visualization with Fusion Backlinks

date of publication June 1, 2012

Google Fusion has been helping users come up with new and fresh ways of representing data and even the most ardent admirer of numbers would concede that graphical representations are a superior form of communication. While Google Fusion has been used to present national GDP, company profits, even regional heat maps, a new feature has opened up the possibility of visualizing backlinks.

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