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11 Comments to “Google’s Friend Connect: An Ultimate Resource for Social Networking”

  1. airdogspace2 // April 21, 2013 at 00:12 // Reply

    If google buys htc and start making phone for every price segment like $20 to $500 and stop making wp7 phone. This will be not good for nokia and microsoft.

  2. johnkaiser 22 // April 22, 2013 at 15:46 // Reply

    I want to know if somebody scrapped my website content. Then will google identify who copied from whom ? and do google consider my website has duplicate content ? will my site penalized ?

  3. soccermaster1 // April 25, 2013 at 04:13 // Reply

    Google will be providing access to medical records but how do they get access to them in the first place? Does anyone have any links explaining this?

  4. I really like using google, but every time I shut down, even though I change the default, and even remove the option of Yahoo!, I still end up getting yahoo search defaulted the next time I go onto google chrome. Please help?

  5. xLittle21Yaox // May 21, 2013 at 15:44 // Reply

    I made a google site on google sites, but how can people comment about the site?

  6. Hotshot t // May 22, 2013 at 17:31 // Reply

    Google insight doesnt seem to be giving the actual figures, it only gives a number relative to the total searches made.

  7. When I search something, sometimes google says it found results on my documents. How do I get it to not show my documents?

  8. I have data in a Google spreadsheet that I would like to automatically import into my WordPress website. How do I do it?

  9. Roar me R // May 31, 2013 at 06:01 // Reply

    How do you add google adsense text links to your youtube video page? I understand the google video units are just attached to the video itself, but how can you add the actual google text links to the page also?

  10. ConfusionnaJob // June 2, 2013 at 03:09 // Reply

    I know that google offers a program that you can upload your files and then access them on a different computer. Do you know the site?

  11. Google was one of the Firefox supporters in the war against Microsoft Internet Explorer.
    What do you think will happen now to Firefox?

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