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Google makes three Inbox invitations available to the app's current users

Earlier this week, Google launched Inbox, a new email management app that’s currently available on an invite-only basis. Almost reminiscent of when Mountain View launched Gmail as a beta product in the spring of 2004, the now social media-driven internet worked itself into a frenzy of tweets, +1s and likes from people vying to get hold of an invitation. 82 more words

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Google Now rolls out Solar Eclipse and Police Activity cards

Google Now can remind you to pay your bills and now it appears that Mountain View’s intelligent personal assistant software can help keep you safe. A group of… 117 more words

Apps And Updates

Inbox for Gmail: hands-on and first impressions

Google this afternoon announced Inbox for Gmail, its all-new emailing solution that is intended to coexist with the regular Gmail platform. Inbox for Gmail is available on an invite only basis for Android, iOS and Chrome. 342 more words

Android

Google's new Inbox app is a marriage between Gmail and Google Now (update)

Today, Google unveiled a new email solution called Inbox, which looks like a marriage between Gmail and Google Now. Currently available by invitation only, this new app takes bits from your email like purchase invoices and bank statements and groups them together for fast access. 196 more words

Android

Correct Way to Have Multiple Google Accounts in Chrome

If you use Google Chrome as your main internet browser, as you should, you may have run into situations where you had to switch to a different Google account.   256 more words

Tech Tips

Google Play Music updated with Songza-style curated music stations

Google announced as part of its acquisition of Songza in July that it would bring some of the music streaming service’s features that users love to Google Play Music. 502 more words

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Tech Smash the Lego Classroom with Stick Around

Wrapping up my 30 Day Challenge of using the iPad App, Stick Around. I introduce my first Tech Smash for the Lego Classroom that teaches students about patterns and QR Codes using Google Draw, Google Drive and Legos.

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