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In announcing availability in seven new languages, Google reveals how fast its database of facts is growing.
With thousands of hurricane refugees still in need of shelter, New York City's mayor is working with the peer-to-peer home-sharing service to find those people temporary places to stay.
It used to be that phones were sexy. Now, even good phones are resorting to begging for apps. Isn't this a little demeaning?