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Mobile Shopping Search - The Next Trend?
Search engines have revolutionized the way people look for information. A huge success on the Internet, search has made people dependent on it that people use search engines to do everything from research to shopping. Shoppers find great deals and stores just by searching for products they are interested in...

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Google seems to be encountering some difficulties overseas. In Brazil, the government is attempting to force the company to disclose information on certain Orkut users. Authorities may fine Google, or could even close down... Read More...

Google Launching New Blogger Features
Google has announced they are rolling out new features for Blogger. Some of the cool new tools include: Permissions, Labels, and Extra Feeds... Read More...

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