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Amazon's big Black Friday-style sale begins on Wednesday, but Walmart wants to play too.
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Send data from your desktop to your phone using Google search--everything from reminders and notes to setting an alarm, and even finding a lost Android device.
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A Munich court ruled that making and distributing ad-blocking software is not anticompetitive
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The company will let consumers click to buy right from search results, the Wall Street Journal says.
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The new website lets you drop in any image and attempts to identify it, though it's more amusing than practical at the moment.
Walmart reportedly plans to take on Amazon this summer with an invite only trial program that offers unlimited free delivery for a low annual fee.