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How we explored the whole wide world with Google Earth in the past year

Google Blog – 4.20.18 (4.19.18)

Celebrating the new Google Earth’s first birthday with a look back at the many clicks, stories, and adorable fluffy things from this past year. From polar bears in Canada to the highest peaks on the planet, hundreds of millions of people searched to the edge of the world and beyond with Google Earth in the last year.

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5 things you can do with Chrome Browser to increase employee productivity

Google Blog – 4.19.18 (4.18.18)

Whether it’s accessing business apps, collaborating on projects or just checking email, the web browser is increasingly becoming the place where employees get their jobs done. In fact, 76 percent of companies employ browser-based email, and 70 percent have adopted browser-based office applications, according to a recent Forrester study.

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Hard Questions: What Data Does Facebook Collect When I’m Not Using Facebook, and Why?

Facebook Newsroom – 4.17.18 (4.16.18)

Last week, Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of the US Congress. He answered more than 500 questions and promised that we would get back on the 40 or so questions he couldn’t answer at the time. We’re following up with Congress on these directly but we also wanted to take the opportunity to explain more about the information we get from other websites and apps, how we use the data they send to us, and the controls you have. I lead a team focused on privacy and data use, including GDPR compliance and the tools people can use to control and download their information.

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Facebook Messenger adds 360-degree photo and HD video support

The Imaging Alliance Blog – 4.9.18 (4.4.18)

Facebook just released an update that brings high-definition video and 360-degree panoramic photo support to Messenger. The update follows the high-res photo support Facebook added to Messenger in November 2017, expanding the quality and type of content that users can privately share with each other. For 360-degree …

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Introducing My PlayStation, A New Social Destination on the Web

PlayStation Blog – 2.21.18

Today we’re happy to announce the launch of My PlayStation, a new social destination on web. Conveniently access and engage with key PlayStation Network features on PC, Mac, mobile phones and tablets. It’s a great way to stay tapped in with your friends and the PlayStation community when you’re away from your PlayStation 4.

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