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Last month, Google introduced a new product called Databoard, their response to helping businesses stay up-to-date on research, insights, and data related to their industry
After being turned down by Groupon last year, Google started working on it’s own coupon platform – called “Google Offers.” The service offers restaurant, shopping, and other local deals and are sent to users daily via email. Users can also share the deals with their friends on social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and Google Buzz.
Google has essentially confirmed this new product / platform is real and is currently in testing phase. In response to an inquire, Google stated they are […]
Wireless companies have been building out their network capabilities to handle the demand of increased traffic, and several adjusted data pricing. The Telegraph, and UK based paper, recently published a study that suggests that 10% of all mobile broadband users account for 90% of data traffic. The study also states that roughly 60% of data traffic will be driven by video in 2011. (via Telegraph)
Droid-Life recently acquired a list of the next cities Verizon is targeting for their 4G services (which Verizon later confirmed). By the end of the year, they plan to have at least 140 markets covered with LTE service, with the goal of having over 60% of the US covered by 2013.
Below is a list of the markets. (via Droid-Life)
Little Rock, Arkansas
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida
Baton Rouge, Louisiana