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Google taking on Evite with Google+ Events

Tight integration with Google Calendar and Google+ should give other invitation systems a run for the money.

By June 27, 2012

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Google: Compute Engine now ready for prime time

A leading force in data center operations opens its doors to outside customers' computing needs. It's got a ways to go to catch up to Amazon, though.

By December 3, 2013

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Google I/O dissected on Reporters' Roundtable

The search company launched new hardware products and a new push into media distribution. It also staged a product pitch during a skydive. Has Google just stolen Apple's thunder?

By June 29, 2012

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Getting started with Google+ Events

Now you can schedule social occasions and share media taken by attendees on Google's social network.

By June 27, 2012

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RSVP required: Google sends first-ever Google+ Events invite

Google launched its invitation engine for Google+ today with a massive I/O party invite to two famous bands, and CNET's Jessica Dolcourt goes hands-on to create her own.

By June 27, 2012

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Foound is a lean, mobile-focused Evite killer

Demo Fall 2010 saw the excellent demo of Foound, a clean mobile app for planning "hangouts" with friends.

September 14, 2010

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Sweet! Qkies are edible QR codes

German food company comes up with cookies featuring QR codes printed on edible paper. The codes can be scanned to open a link to a Web site, a love note, or even a party invite.

By November 3, 2011

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Yahoo rolls out new e-mail service

After seven months in beta, Yahoo Mail launches, offering more social-networking tools and apps from partners such as YouSendIt and Evite baked into the service.

By May 23, 2011

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Liberty Media offers $1B for Barnes & Noble stake

Company made its intentions known yesterday. If Barnes & Noble approves the deal, Liberty will have a 70 percent equity stake in the company.

By May 20, 2011

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Diller on tech bubble: 'We're puffing it up pretty nicely'

The IAC founder and chairman was a relatively cynical, curmudgeonly presence at the SXSW conference, which is better known for dreamy futurists and wacky big ideas.

By March 14, 2011