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Tweets to start appearing in Google search results again

James O'Malley Google, Twitter, Web 2.0, Websites Leave a Comment

Google and Twitter have inked a deal to enable real time tweet results to appear in searches on Google, apparently. According to Bloomberg, the deal gives Google direct access to Twitter's "firehose" stream, meaning we could soon see real time tweet results - which will be great for anyone searching for details on breaking news…

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Google pulls support for the old Android browser – could this force people to upgrade?

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Google has announced that is ending official support for WebView, which is perhaps better known as the original Android web browser. You know the one - it was used on Android phones before Chrome came along, and even then co-existed for a while. According to The Register, the announcement will apply to anyone still running…

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Google is donating €250,000 to Charlie Hebdo

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In a gesture of support following yesterday's attack, Google is said to be donating a hefty amount to the satirical French magazine. According to Business Insider, the company will be donating €250,000 out of its "press innovation fund" to support the magazine - which is still planning publication next week, despite the tragedy. The fund…

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Google working on “Chromecast for Audio”

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Google is working on bringing similar tech to its Chromecast to audio devices - enabling you to send music to speakers, soundbars and other devices for playback. According to Slash Gear, "Google Cast for Audio" will be a completely open system, which manufacturers will be encouraged to bake directly into their wireless speaker systems. There…

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