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Bing Will Be the Default Search Engine on Kindle Fire

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Continuing their aggressive positioning to get people to try Bing, Microsoft and Amazon have partnered up to make Bing the default search option on the Kindle Fire. Bing will be the default engine for the Silk Web browser on the new Kindle line. Continuing their aggressive positioning to get people to try Bing, Microsoft and Amazon have partnered up to make Bing the default search option on the Kindle Fire. Bing will be the default engine for the Silk Web browser on the new Kindle line. 0 Comments

A Nexus 7 Ad? On Google’s Home Page? Blasphemy!

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Apparently Google jumped the shark this week, punched some nuns in the face, and clubbed some baby seals by introducing an obtrusive new element to their home page. No, not the new Google+ birthday reminders. That ad for the Google Nexus 7 tablet. Apparently Google jumped the shark this week, punched some nuns in the face, and clubbed some baby seals by introducing an obtrusive new element to their home page. No, not the new Google+ birthday reminders. That ad for the Google Nexus 7 tablet. 0 Comments

Google CEO Larry Page Returns to Work After Illness

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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said that CEO and co-founder Larry Page returned to work last week following an unspecified illness and is doing much better. "Larry ran the meeting. He is talking, but talking softly," Schmidt said. Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said that CEO and co-founder Larry Page returned to work last week following an unspecified illness and is doing much better. "Larry ran the meeting. He is talking, but talking softly," Schmidt said. 0 Comments

Google to Sell Android Tablets via New Online Store?

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Google will reportedly launch a new budget Nexus Tablet aimed at the same market as Amazon's Kindle Fire. Google may launch its own-brand tablet device, which will be made by "existing partners", through a new online store by the end of the year. Google will reportedly launch a new budget Nexus Tablet aimed at the same market as Amazon's Kindle Fire. Google may launch its own-brand tablet device, which will be made by "existing partners", through a new online store by the end of the year. 0 Comments