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If you use Google Mail for your email needs and get frustrated that you can't select more then one file at once well you can now rejoice because Google have enabled the feature in their...
YouTube is a website for people to communicate more efficiently with video by sharing, commenting on, and viewing videos. The site was originally started as a personal video sharing service, and has rapidly grown into...
Google's Blogger team solved a technical problem Wednesday with the blog publishing and hosting service that affected an undetermined number of Blogger publishers with editing and posting operations on Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday, Blogger...
A man who allegedly uploaded a copy of the film "Flushed Away" onto the Internet after getting a copy from an Oscar voter faces a felony charge. Salvador Nunez Jr., 27, was charged with copyright...