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Last year, Google Offers, the company's Groupon clone, launched a program in New York City and San Francisco that brought deals from third-party daily-deals services...

Google's integration of Google+ results hasn't exactly received the thunderous applause Google probably expected. Chances are, however, it's here to stay, though that doesn't...

If you are a decent sized online publisher, chances are, you are spending a lot of time in you analytics software. Sadly, though, most...

In its earnings release and, of course, on Google+, Google just announced that its social network now has more than 90 million users. That's...

A nifty little undisclosed Google service made the rounds on the Internet today. By going to a specific website, Google would give you a...

Google has introduced an interesting new way for logging into your Google accounts by just scanning a QR code on the screen and without...

Google was already having one of its toughest weeks in the company's recent history, but it looks like things just got worse: Mocality, a...

Facebook, Twitter and even MySpace allow you to sign up for their respective services if you're 13 and up, so why can't Google live...

Google launched its new "personal results" feature yesterday that now mixes more Google+ posts from you and the people you follow on the service...

There's been a lot of talk in the last 24 hours about how Google may be favoring its own social network Google+ with yesterday's "Search...

OnLive, the streaming gaming service, is coming to GoogleTV and could just be the killer app for Google's set-top box. With OnLive, gamers can...

Google loves speed. From Instant Search to SPDY, its nascent replacement for the ubiquitous TCP protocol, quite a bit of what the company does...

If there is one kind of blog post that makes my stomach turn, it's pay-per-post content that is just meant to deliver cheap SEO...

The first year for SiliconFilter is quickly coming to an end and I would like to say thanks to all of you who stuck...

Mozilla, the organization behind the popular Firefox browser, is a non-profit organization and that status allows it to run experiments that a for-profit organization...

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Android users already know about this, but with the latest update to the Google Search app for iOS, Apple users now also get to enjoy this feature. When Google realizes that you have an upcoming trip on your schedule, it will show you info about your destination, including weather and some tourist info. Nifty stuff.