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Building on the support tools around Google Search, the company has improved Google Trends with new topic reports. The new topic reports aim to be more precise with keyword comparisons.
Google is trying to bring the world of search and apps closer together. The Google Search app uses an Open in App button to prompt you to open the right app for the relevant information.
A gift that spurs better learning could go a long way to express support, and of course, love. Here are ten ideas for the lifelong leaner in your life. Make your thoughts count.
Any.do Cal wants to make calendar planning pleasurable. With the launch of Any.do Cal on Android, they attempt to give you a better overview of your days with a smart calendar app.
WhatsApp is counted among the more popular social networks today. The new iOS 7 look is subtle and the new Broadcast List feature is surely something any user would appreciate.
The visual smorgasbord of amazing YouTube channels seems like a never-ending stream. The ease and wide-reach of hosting videos on YouTube makes it an ideal medium for many novel uses. Here are seven.
Teachers Can Now Offer Office 365 To Their Students For Free With Worldwide Launch Of Microsoft’s Student Advantage
The worldwide launch of Microsoft’s Student Advantage program now allows teachers to offer Office 365 to their students for free. The Student Advantage program is now open to 35,000 schools and colleges worldwide.
Public servants should be open to scrutiny and dialog. This new web tool helps U.S. citizens touch base with political representatives in their area. It answers the basic question – who represents me?
Do you share a love for the natural world? Be a part of the crowd and join these unique online science projects that are tapping into the power of crowdsourcing for a more knowledgeable world.
Google Maps will now let you preview global transit locations, including 16 international airports, and over 50 train and subway stations using Google Street View. Your travel planning just got easier.
Twitter has launched a separate website called #Birdsignals which aims to solicit user feedback on its service. If you are in the UK, you can sign up and help improve the service.
Eric’s Schmidt has written a 900 word guide on how to convert to Android from iPhone. The little guide comes tips and insights on why an Android could make a great gift for Christmas.
TripAdvisor is now also integrated with Bing Smart Search. Any travel related search on Bing will now display reviews, photos, hotel ratings, price comparisons from TripAdvisor, helping you make intelligent travel decisions.
The Google Translate app could be the “universal translator” you were looking to break all linguistic barriers while travel hopping. It adds enhancements which help to have translated conversations.
Goodreads has made the hunt for the next book to read a lot easier. If you like books, and are on Goodreads (or planning to be), then these tips should help enrich your reading experience.