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Google Now Allows Gmail and Calendar Data Downloads

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Finally, Google will allow users to download data from their Gmail and Google Calendars, a function that has long been available on many of their other services. The feature will help users who want to store an offline backup of their information. Finally, Google will allow users to download data from their Gmail and Google Calendars, a function that has long been available on many of their other services. The feature will help users who want to store an offline backup of their information. 0 Comments

How to Bring Your Content Marketing Strategies to Life

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Three areas are critical when getting your content marketing strategy in motion: deciding whether to outsource or hire your own writer; creating the right content calendar; and how SEOs and content writers can collaborate to create amazing content. Three areas are critical when getting your content marketing strategy in motion: deciding whether to outsource or hire your own writer; creating the right content calendar; and how SEOs and content writers can collaborate to create amazing content. 0 Comments

Google Retires Drop-Down Menu, Black Navigation Bar Returns

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Google’s drop-down menu, which was introduced in late November as part of the “next stage” of its massive redesign, is history. Google will revert to an updated version of the black navigation bar that began appearing ahead of the launch of Google+. Google’s drop-down menu, which was introduced in late November as part of the “next stage” of its massive redesign, is history. Google will revert to an updated version of the black navigation bar that began appearing ahead of the launch of Google+. 0 Comments

Details of Android Ice Cream Sandwich & Galaxy Nexus Flagship

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Google has announced the long-anticipated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and the Galaxy Nexus phone that will accompany it. This article dives into the announced features of both, which includes the Roboto font, face unlock, and much more. Google has announced the long-anticipated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and the Galaxy Nexus phone that will accompany it. This article dives into the announced features of both, which includes the Roboto font, face unlock, and much more. 0 Comments

Google Adds Offline Support for Gmail, Docs, Calendar

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An Internet connection is now optional, as Google is giving Gmail, Docs, and Calendar users offline access to its tools. The first offline rendition is designed for Chrome users and does not give offline editing capabilities for Google Docs. An Internet connection is now optional, as Google is giving Gmail, Docs, and Calendar users offline access to its tools. The first offline rendition is designed for Chrome users and does not give offline editing capabilities for Google Docs. 0 Comments

Google Revamps Places Design, Removes Off-Site Reviews

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Google has revisited the design of its Places pages. The new look is cleaner, involves more calls to action, and – most importantly – removes all the reviews that were being imported from competing sites. Google has revisited the design of its Places pages. The new look is cleaner, involves more calls to action, and – most importantly – removes all the reviews that were being imported from competing sites. 0 Comments

Google Apps Could Soon Not Work In Your Browser

Google said they would not be supporting Firefox 3.5, Internet Explorer 7, and Safari 3 or older browsers. "In these older browsers you may have trouble using certain features in Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Docs and Google Sites." Google said they would not be supporting Firefox 3.5, Internet Explorer 7, and Safari 3 or older browsers. "In these older browsers you may have trouble using certain features in Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Docs and Google Sites." 0 Comments