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Wheelings & Dealings: Google Takes a Big Step in 3D Graphics with the Acquisition of drawElements

Google has recently acquired a Finnish firm called drawElements, a company specializing in providing 3D graphics for mobile phones. The exact terms of the agreement is not known, though it is believed that Google paid an eight-figure mark to acquire the company.


Sprint Extends Partnership with Google to Offer Google Apps for Business

Sprint has a strong history of partnering with Google to support an open philosophy that integrates the products and services that consumers value and enjoy during the mobile experience.


Google Moves Closer to Development of Smart Contact Lens

Google is actively pursuing the development of a smart contact lens, announcing this week that the company will partner with pharmaceutical giant Novartis to produce prototypes within the year. No terms of the deal were disclosed.


Google Warns Mobile Users of Websites That Don't Work on Their Devices

Google will start warning mobile users when sites in its search results might not work on their devices.


Google Increases Cloud Storage Service

Google is offering businesses more free cloud storage as a means of competing with similar services offered by Amazon Web Service and Microsoft.


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Drive Live Communications
Connecting and communicating with others has never been easier with time saving tools like location awareness and find me/follow me which ensure that important calls don't get missed. Collaborate on the go by using speech to navigate your emails, contacts and calendar and use fixed-mobile convergence to move calls from one device to another.

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Esnatech links University of Maine System's voice network to Google™ cloud

The esnatech solution enabled us to quickly integrate unified messaging and, by moving to a single platform, we've been able to increase collaboration."
- Todd Boynton, UC Analyst, University of Maine