Google tweaks Google Now notifications, Verizon plans to sell 4G-only smartphones, and the Digg Reader app arrives for iOS.
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In this episode of Update:
- Pull up info on
TV shows and coupons with Google Now
- See what the world is like without clouds in the
improved Google Maps satellite view.
- Say goodbye to 3G as
Verizon plans to sell 4G-only phones in 2014
- Ponder why Facebook is taking so long to create a
Facebook app for Windows 8
- Trek boldly with PayPal into the unknowns of
- Try the new
Digg app as a
replacement for Google Reader
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