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Vonage Announces Free Facebook Phone App

Vonage, a pioneer of home phone service over the Internet, has a new application for the iPhone and Android phones Vonage Mobile for Facebook is available as a free download for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android phone users. They sign in with their Facebook username and see a list of Facebook friends who also have […]

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Google Drops Wave

Google has announced it is ending development on Wave, it’s cross-platform communication tool, little more than a year after being launched at Googles I/O developer conference in May 2009. Google said on their blog “Google said in a post last night that “Wave has not seen the adoption we would have liked” and that elements […]

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Google Announces Google Apps for Government

Google has announced Google Apps for Government, featuring the same applications in other versions but with a higher level of security. Cost is $50 per user per year. Google says meets the requirements set forth by the Federal Information Security Management Act. This includes segregated data centers, which Google says goes beyond FISMA regulations, and […]

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Google Lists the 1000 Most Visited Sites on the Web

Google released the 1000 most-visited sites list on the web on May 28th. According to the list, Facebook sits on top with 540 million unique visitors, followed by yahoo.com, live.com. The list will be updated monthly and does not include adult sites, ad networks, domains that don’t have publicly visible content or don’t load properly, […]

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