Earlier today, Google sent out an email to all Google Wave users, stating that the product has been put in read-only mode and would shut down on April 30, 2012. However, did you notice anything strange in the email? If not, go check that email again. Google has misspelled the name of its own product as “Google Wage” instead of “Google Wave”. Well, looks like the Google Wave team is under high distress!

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ZeptoLab has released the sequel of its popular Cut The Rope game on the Play Market, named Cut the Rope: Experiments. The game comes with a whopping 125 levels, and costs a mere $0.99.

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According to a new rumor, the Google Nexus tablet will be priced at $149. It’ll be a lower spec’d variant of the Asus MeMo 370T which was unveiled at CES 2012.

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According to one of the Engadget’s trusted sources, Google will start rolling out the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Nexus S in the coming “few weeks”.

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Apple’s share price hits $600, just one month after hitting $600

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Motorola and Verizon have started rolling out a new software update for the Droid X2, which fixes some bugs and also includes a security patch from Google.

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Apple’s share price is closing in on Google very quickly

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Google Celebrates Akira Yoshizawa’s 101st Birthday

To mark the 101st birth anniversary of Akira Yoshizawa, popularly known as the Grandmaster of origami, Google has come with a colorful origami-themed Google doodle, which has replaced the company’s usual Google logo on its homepage.

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The patent speaks extensively about detecting motion patterns, and it seems like these motions will be used as gestures. There are references to two distinct motion types in the patent filing. The first one is “touch motion”, which is the typical touch interface on a touchscreen device. The second one however, is a “release motion”, which is the gesture controlled input system Google has in plan.

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Nevada was the first state of choice for Google’s driverless cars because it has ample open space. Recently California is working o rules for autonomous vehicles, thus welcoming Google’s autonomous cars. However, the state of California will not be an easy drive-by for Google.

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Google is working to speed up multiple layers on the network protocol stack. SPDY speeds up the application layer, it has plans for hacking TCP to speed up the transport layer and internet layers, and Google fiber speeds up the underlying physical medium. Although slowly, the next internet upgrade is coming, and clearly, Google is driving it.

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After remaining undefeated for four consecutive years, Google Chrome was finally taken down this year by hackers at Pwn2Own and Pwnium. Zero-day vulnerabilities present in Chrome were used to bypass the browser’s sandbox.

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Google today is celebrating the 101st International Women’s Day by featuring a colorful doodle on their home page by replacing their standard Google logo with a simple colorful symbolic illustration that forms the word “Google.”

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Google has rebranded the Android Market as Google Play, and will be offering movies, music, ebooks, apps and games through the Google Play Store.

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[Editorial] Google Panda Completes 1 Year: A Timeline, Analysis and Suggestions

This algorithmic update, as you might know, was designed to target content farms and spam sites but the real scenario was very different from theoretical goals. Here is an analysis of how Google Panda reshaped our content curation strategy and the best practices in a post Panda world.

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