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Jeff Jarvis: Technoeuropanic, or how Germany leads the technosceptic movement in Europe

If I want to read a good piece of journalistic endeavour, then I read BuzzMachine.com. Jeff Jarvis, the writer of What Would Google Do?, an awesome book I have read in 2013 about the corporate policy and changes inside Google, explains why Germany is leading a technosceptic or, dare i say, a technophobic movement in […]

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The internet and Google in HUGE freaking numbers

The internet is BIG, way too big for anyone to really comprehend it, but we can, at, least, see a summary of what it is in a couple of minutes. About the internet: – 2.9 billion people use it today – 96% of it is the dark web or underweb – S citizens spend at […]

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Tech news that you need to read: software patents, German link war, YouTube as a mobster and a confession from a tech journalist

Ok. The title might be longer than the actual blog content, but who cares? I have a huge stack of blog posts ready so I need to cut to the chase and let you know that you need to read these articles to get a better view of what the web is going through right […]

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Google AdSense leak: transparency issue?

Mundane Matt explains in the video from above that while it is hard to know exactly how the clicks and the revenue are calculated in Google AdSense, meaning that a lack of transparency is still ongoing in this programme, there does not seem to be any clear evidence that the Adsense team would outright steal […]

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11 facts you didn’t knew about big brands

Shockingly, Buzzfeed used a shocking title like 11 Shocking Facts About The World’s Biggest Brands to tell us things that aren’t so shocking after all. Enough with the satire. Here are some of those 11 facts you didn’t knew about big brands: – Google was originally called Backrub – Dasani is purified tap water – […]

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Google and Ray-Ban to Offer More Wearable Tech

Nowadays, wearable tech is all the hype for people trying to keep up with the tech scene. One of the pioneers of this trend is Google Glass by Google the tech giant. Recent news revealed that Google is partnering with the designer team behind Ray-Ban to come up with more wearable Google glasses. The partnership […]

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Awesome :)) If Google was a guy!

That is just awesome. You wouldn’t ask the questions you do if you were in front of a guy called Google. Being in front of your monitor seems just cool, but wait until you see how you sound when you ask Google, the guy, directly. This is hilarious ๐Ÿ˜€ Via College Humor.

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Project Loon – how the internet will become ubiquitous

Rocketboom did a short video packed with details about Google’s attempt to give internet to everyone in the World. Project Loon, called this way because the internet will be broadcasted via baloons in the stratosphere, wants to help remote areas get a change to a better education, through online lessons, better healthcare, through online connections […]

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The rise and fall of online empires – infographic

BitRebels created this interesting infographic about the rise and fall of online empires, but it left me a bit wondering. Wondering why they think that an online empire can last only for 11 years and why Google is not mentioned there. Of course, we could say that Google comandeered the creation of this infographic, but […]

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Understand Google+ with this free ebook

I like how Google+ managed to take good parts from Twitter and Facebook and use them in this social network. An important thing to know: Google+ is not meant to be an alternative to Facebook or Twitter. It is meant as a centralized way to manage your Google account. I guess they made a good […]

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