Google celebrates Robert Noyce's birthday with microchip doodle

Today Google's famous home page doodle has become rather techy to celebrate Robert Noyce's 84th birthday. Noyce founded Intel alongside Gordon Moore back in 1968 and he's well-known for pioneering the first integrated microchip, which has played an integral…

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Becca CaddyGoogle celebrates Robert Noyce's birthday with microchip doodle

Will you 'hangout' with your favourite brands on Google+?

Earlier in the week Google+ launched pages for brands and businesses, and since then we've seen big brands take to the platform, some users slate the whole idea (like Google+ advocate Robert Scoble) and others discuss its huge potential….

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Becca CaddyWill you 'hangout' with your favourite brands on Google+?

APP OF THE DAY: Gmail app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch has now officially launched

Yes, we know, we know everything has been a little too Google-centric recently, hasn't it!? But, we just had to tell you about the latest announcement on the Official Gmail Blog that Google has now just launched its official…

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Becca CaddyAPP OF THE DAY: Gmail app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch has now officially launched

Google buy phone-makers Motorola for $12.5 bn: WHY?

In a surprise move, Google have forked out $12.5 for American phone-maker Motorola. Massive. And very unexpected. So we guessing it's because Google want to start making phone hardware as well as the Android software that goes inside them. We…

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Anna LeachGoogle buy phone-makers Motorola for $12.5 bn: WHY?

Poll: Are you still using Google Plus? New Social Network experiences tail-off

We've joined Google + in our millions – with a reported 20mill signing up to the service. Despite a blip last week when Google started deleting anonymous accounts, the reviews have been positive and techies have effusive. But, news this…

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Anna LeachPoll: Are you still using Google Plus? New Social Network experiences tail-off

The Google+ backlash: Do we really need Friend Circles? Aren't they all… just Friends?

I know – five days ago I was writing about how the ability to sort your friends into Circles was a massive winner for Google+. But now, after a few days of sorting my friends into circles I've decided…

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Anna LeachThe Google+ backlash: Do we really need Friend Circles? Aren't they all… just Friends?