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Microsoft's Scroogled Campaign: Dead...Again?

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Scroogled, Microsoft's anti-Google campaign, has met with mixed results. Derrock Connell, Microsoft corporate president of the Bing Experiences team, recently indicated that Microsoft might be shutting the door on future Scroogled campaigns. Scroogled, Microsoft's anti-Google campaign, has met with mixed results. Derrock Connell, Microsoft corporate president of the Bing Experiences team, recently indicated that Microsoft might be shutting the door on future Scroogled campaigns. 0 Comments

Google Buys Nest, Spends $3.2 Billion on 'Smart Home' Device Maker

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Google will pay $3.2 billion to buy Nest Labs, a firm that has set out to try and improve everyday items around the home such as smoke alarms and thermostats. The deal clearly positions Google as being ready for the new era of the "connected home." Google will pay $3.2 billion to buy Nest Labs, a firm that has set out to try and improve everyday items around the home such as smoke alarms and thermostats. The deal clearly positions Google as being ready for the new era of the "connected home." 0 Comments

New Google Bar, Logo Begins Rolling Out

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The Google bar, which appears above the search results and across many of their properties and apps, has a new look. Google has also added a new app grid and updated the color palette and letter shapes of the Google logo as part of the new design. The Google bar, which appears above the search results and across many of their properties and apps, has a new look. Google has also added a new app grid and updated the color palette and letter shapes of the Google logo as part of the new design. 0 Comments

Google Patents Ads Based on Environmental Conditions

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Background noise, rain, snow, temperature, humidity, light and other environmental factors could one day affect the Google ads you see. Google just received a patent for “advertising based on environmental conditions” to users. Background noise, rain, snow, temperature, humidity, light and other environmental factors could one day affect the Google ads you see. Google just received a patent for “advertising based on environmental conditions” to users. 0 Comments