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  3. Google News

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  4. Google Buzz - Wikipedia

    Google Buzz was a social networking, microblogging and messaging tool that was developed by Google which replaced Google Wave and integrated into their web-based email program, Gmail. Users could share links, photos, videos, status messages and comments organized in "conversations" and visible in the user's inbox.

  5. Google Buzz has gone away - Gmail Help

    Google Buzz has gone away. We've retired Google Buzz. If you had Buzz posts when Google Buzz shut down, we created an archive of your content and saved it to your Google Drive. We created two...

  6. Alerts. Monitor the web for interesting new content. How often. As-it-happens. At most once a day. At most once a week. Sources. Automatic. News.

  7. Google News

    Google News Showcase A new news product and partnerships with some of the most respected local, regional and national publications. News Showcase gives participating publishers in Slovenia more ways to engage with readers by giving them a way to curate important news.

  8. Google News - Daily Headlines - Apps on Google Play

    It updates throughout the day to bring you the top local, national, and world headlines, plus personalized news tailored to your interests. LOCAL NEWS: Explore your community through stories and articles from news outlets in your local area. Customize and choose multiple locations so you can know what’s happening near you or wherever home is.

  9. What Is Google Buzz? - Gizmodo

    So what exactly is Google Buzz? Used on a PC or mobile, Buzz reminds us of an RSS combined with all of your social networking—all within the existing Gmail and infrastructure.

  10. Google News

    Google News

  11. Google Buzz was a social networking and microblogging tool which replaced the real-time collaborative editing tool Google Wave. Google Buzz was integrated into Gmail and allowed users to share publicly or privately to a group of friends content from platforms like Google Reader, Picasa, Twitter, YouTube, Blogger, and others.

  12. FTC Charges Deceptive Privacy Practices in Googles Rollout of ...

    “This is a tough settlement that ensures that Google will honor its commitments to consumers and build strong privacy protections into all of its operations." According to the FTC complaint, Google launched its Buzz social network through its Gmail web-based email product. Although Google led Gmail users to believe that they could choose whether or not they wanted to join the network, the options for declining or leaving the social network were ineffective.