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Spain's old-school media clearly has a more complicated relationship with the internet than it first thought. Mere hours after Google shut down its News service in the country to avoid a law that will make it pay for article results, the Spanish Newspaper Publishers' Association (AEDE) is asking f

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Google News for Spain will be nothing but a memory after December 16th. The tech titan has announced that it's shutting down the service in the country, half a month before what's dubbed as the \"Google tax\" law takes effect on January 1st, 2015. This law, which the parliament passed in October, wi

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Seen a few new sources showing up in the \"news\" section of a Google search lately? It isn't just you. Mountain View is pulling more websites into its news listings now including the likes of Reddit, as spotted by Search Engine Land. Google says that regardless of where it comes from, any content c

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We can't say location-based services have the best reputation right now, but Google continues to crank them out regardless. The search giant introduced \"News Near You,\" a feature that lets you search for news stories that are based around your current position. After pointing your Android or Sa

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An HP Slate it isn't, but if you plop down $399.99 for the eStation C510, you'll also bring home a detachable 7-inch Android 2.1 tablet that's designed to act as a \"wireless digital companion and control panel for remote printing.\" We'll point you to the source link if you're actually interested in

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So here it is, after months of details coming to light an inkdrop at a time, the HP eStation all-in-one printing solution. But we're not gonna dwell but on half of that: the 7-inch tablet skinned out by Yahoo and powered by Android 2.1. As we expected, though, the Google experience is decidedly les

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