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Mario’s Top 3: Aros AC, Right to be Forgotten, Tastemade

This week on my Top 3: a smart air conditioner, a cool new app for foodies, and Google is legally required to forget some links in Europe. For more info on all of these topics, read my blog post on TODAY.com

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Google Trends and the Emmy Awards

If you have any interest in television or award shows, then you’re probably aware that the 65th Annual Emmy Awards took place last night.  Maybe you care, maybe you don’t. Personally, I do care! I mean, I kinda have to I’m in the business! And I was fortunate to win an Emmy (here’s my Emmy […]

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Don’t Just Google It: Google Top Chart to Help Your Business Research

If you haven’t been using Google Trends to help with your business, you’re missing out. It does more than just tell you what the latest hot searches are. Under the Explore menu, you’re able to analyze search terms of your choice, found out when they were popular, where they came from, and what search phrases […]

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Outsourcing Expertise: eBay and Google Expert Networks Coming Down the Pipeline

We spend a lot of time talking about ways we can best manage our time. And when there’s a lot on our plates, the dream is just to get someone to take care of business for us. Fortunately, we looked at ways to do just that: there are a lot of small-scale outsourcing options available, […]

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Mobile Perks: Google to Offer Free WiFi at Select Starbucks

Thanks to Google, every entrepreneur’s favorite second office—the coffee shop—is about to get a major pick-me-up. Google announced yesterday that it’s partnering with Starbucks to bring free WiFi connections to all 7,000 company-operated Starbucks stores. There are over 13,000 Starbucks stores in the US, some of which are franchised, so it’s possible your favorite Starbucks […]

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Synergyse: Google Apps Training for Small Business Users

Google Apps for Business is quickly becoming a viable alternative to standard email and IT solutions, especially for small businesses looking to move more of their workflow to the cloud. But for many people it can be tough to transition to a new way of working, especially if they’re deeply familiar with older programs like […]

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Google Fiber Coming to Austin in 2014

Google Fiber has its next destination: Austin, TX. The ultra highspeed broadband service is supposed to roll out in mid-2014, when Austin will join Kansas City as the only two places linked up to Google’s network (so far). Customers will have a choice between Gigabit Internet or Gigabit Internet plus Fiber TV service. Gigabit Internet […]

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New Google Nexus 7 Tablet Coming This Summer

According to Reuters, Google will launch a successor to their Nexus 7 tablet this July. It will be a further refinement to their low-priced 7″ tablet that launched last summer, and will more than likely continue to carry a starting price tag around $200, though there are rumors Google may try to drop the entry-level […]

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Google Launches Maps App for iPhone

If you’ve put off upgrading your iPhone or iPod touch to iOS6 because of Apple’s maps fiasco, procrastinate no more! Last night Google announced they’ve got a new Google Maps app specifically for iPhone and iPod touch. You can read the official Google blog post here, or if you’re like me, go directly to the […]

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First Look at the Google Nexus 4

The Nexus 4 is the latest smartphone from Google and LG, and is available to own for the low, contract-free price of $299. Is it a good deal? Check out the video above to find out! To order a Nexus 4, visit: http://google.com/nexus/4

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