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Google chrome offering free in-flight Wi-Fi

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The search engine giant has partnered up with three different airlines in the United States to provide passengers with free in-flight Wi-Fi access. This is on every domestic flight between November 20, 2010 and January 2, 2011 on AirTran Airways, Delta, and Virgin America.

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Google Chrome netbooks are coming

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Google Chrome OS is one of the most eagerly awaited entities in the world of tech. Just like most Google services (remember Gmail remaining in BETA for well over 3 years), Chrome OS is also taking its time. But going by the present news, the OS may materialize sooner than we expect.

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Understanding all the technological lawsuits these days (Infographic)

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It seems that we hear about a new lawsuit every day and it's getting more and more confusing by the minute. Apple is suing HTC for over 20 different software patents. Kodak is suing Samsung for something about image storage and movie previews.

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Sony Google TV remote design comes straight from the 80s

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Sony has been around long enough that they may hang on to designs a bit longer than acceptable. For instance, this remote control QWERTY thing for Google TV. Its supposed to be released next week on October 12th, but I’d be more convinced if you told me it was released in 1985.

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Google Nexus one resurfaces on Canadian Mobilicity

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Canadian budget wireless carrier Mobilicity today announced they will be “carrying” the Android-based Google Nexus One phone. We know Google took the Nexus One off the distribution line for wireless carriers around the world a few weeks ago, and Mobilicity being an unlocked, outright purchase resale provider of mobile phones leads me to believe they’ve just bought a crapload of Nexus Ones from Google and are simply reselling them to their network of customers.

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Google VP approves of Apple’s new iPhone dev agreement

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Just as there are ads all over our televisions and our computers, the same is increasingly true of our smartphones. Apple has just updated its iPhone Developer Program License Agreement to clarify a few concerns and it looks like the guys and gals at Google like what's been done.

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It’s sweet, it’s a treat, it’s Android Honeycomb

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You've got to hand it to the crazy kooks at Google, particularly the guys and gals working on the Google Android team. They come up with the best codenames this side of HTC and it seems we know the name of Gingerbread's successor. The next Android will be called Honeycomb.

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Rumor: Google Chrome OS tablet coming Black Friday

We’ve heard of a Google tablet dating as far back as April, now, a new rumor has surfaced saying the device will be released on Black Friday (November 26th) and it won’t be running Android.

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Google’s voice actions for Android: One step closer to Star Trek

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Voice actions have arrived for Android smartphones. Google’s latest integration of seamlessly simple solutions has brought about the new feature which allows Android users to simply speak the command.

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Google will hand over Street View data to South Korean officials

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Google's Seoul office in South Korea has come under fire for illegally collecting data from their Street View vehicles. This comes just two months after a global investigation began in countries like New Zealand and Australia regarding a each of privacy from Google Street View.

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Confirmed: Android 2.2 Froyo enroute to Galaxy S in September

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If you're rocking one of those new Samsung Galaxy S smartphones, but feel like you're being a bit left behind in the latest Android update department. Not for much longer, Samsung is ready to push a frosty cup of Froyo your way.

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Rocket group blasts Nexus One smartphone into space (Video)

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What are some of the things you can do with a Nexus One smartphone? Surf the web? Check your email? Play games? How about launching it 28,000 feet into the atmosphere, piggybacked on a rocket while recording the whole thing on video? Crazy, right? Well, that's exactly what a group of rocket enthusiasts decided to do somewhere in the Nevada desert.

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Is this really Google Android 3.0 Gingerbread?

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It's no secret that Google is constantly working on the next version of its Android operating system. It's also not much of a secret that Gingerbread (Android 3.0) is the next major release. But looking at this picture, it could be the first time the new OS has been spotted in the wild.

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Google sells out of Nexus One smartphones

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Google has shut down their web store and stopped the sale of their Nexus One Android phone. They ordered one last batch of from HTC, and now that supply has been depleted. That's right. Google has completely sold out of the Nexus One. We knew that this was going to be the last batch to be made directly available from Google, but we didn't know that interest in the Nexus One would be quite this high. They sold out awfully fast, especially for a handset that isn't exactly new anymore.

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Google to stop selling the Nexus One

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It was widely heralded as the first real "Google Phone" and now it will soon be laid out to pasture. If you were hoping to get your hands on the Google Nexus One smartphone, I highly suggest you do it very soon, because Google has placed its final order with HTC for the device. After stock from this shipment is depleted Google will no longer be selling the Nexus One through its official online store. Nada. No more. Kaput. You have plenty of other options in the Android realm, like the HTC Droid Incredible, but the Nexus One holds a special place in cell phone history.

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