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Google on Thursday unveiled an ultrafast Web service along with an Internet television subscription in the Kansas City area as part of a pilot project to boost broadband speeds. The Google Fiber superfast broadband network will be available starting in September, with one-gigabyte per second speeds -- about 100 times faster than most current Internet subscriptions. Google shows ISPs how to build a superfast network. Google is showing the cable companies and telecommunications providers how a broadband network should be built.
On Thursday, the company took the wraps off its new Google Fiber and Google Fiber TV services, which through a fiber connection directly to the home, delivers broadband speeds of 1Gbps on both the upload and download links. It also announced its new Google Fiber TV service that offers a vast array of high quality HD video content broadcast to TVs and is also available on demand. The services that Google is delivering to lucky residents of Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kansas, is leaps and bounds above what they can get currently through providers, such as AT&T's U-verse service or Time Warner Cable.
But it's also much more advanced than what the average American is able to access from any cable operator or telco broadband provider in the country. Google Wallet goes cloud; supports all credit, debit cards. Google Wallet is likely on a more mainstream path to wider adoption with U.S. consumers as the system is moving to the cloud, meaning it should be able to accept all major credit and debit cards.
Specifically, the new cloud-based version of the Google Wallet app supports all credit and debit cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Robin Dua, head of product management for the Google Wallet team, explained in a blog post that consumers can use any card when shopping in-store or online with Google Wallet. To support all credit and debit cards, we changed our technical approach to storing payment cards. The Google Wallet app now stores your payment cards on highly secure Google servers, instead of in the secure storage area on your phone.
A wallet ID (virtual card number) is stored in the secure storage area of the phone, and this is used to facilitate transactions at the point of sale. This story originally appeared on ZDNet.
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But in reality, getting everything to work can be the exact opposite—moving files between your computers, endless syncing across your devices, and wires…lots of wires. Today we’re eliminating all that hassle with Google Play, a digital entertainment destination where you can find, enjoy and share your favorite music, movies, books and apps on the web and on your Android phone or tablet. Google Play is entirely cloud-based so all your music, movies, books and apps are stored online, always available to you, and you never have to worry about losing them or moving them again.
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Try Out Google’s Chromium OS On Your Laptop Or Netbook With Flow. The only problem is that Google’s official builds suffer from poor hardware support, driver issues and are unlikely to work unless you’re using a brand new netbook. Enter Flow, an exciting Chromium OS build with much improved compatibility allowing you to sample your first taste of a lightning-fast web-reliant operating system, all from the comfort of a 2GB USB flash drive. Mimicking Google’s popular Chrome web browser, the Google Chromium OS contains no applications or programs and instead uses web-based services such as Google Documents and Picnik.
This is all part of Google’s plan to essentially turn their web browser into an operating system, and by doing so they’ve managed to drastically speed up the whole process of “getting online”. Flow is a third-party build by an enthusiast called Hexxeh that provides a straight-forward means of test driving this new platform. 10 ways to use Google Plus in the classroom. Circles Obviously you are going to want to create a circle for your class and guide them through making a circle for the class as well.
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