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Google lets apps tap into goo.gl URL shortner

Third-party software such as Twitter clients now can use Google's service for shortening Web addresses.

By January 11, 2011

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Google's 'goo.gl' URL shortener open to the public

Google Toolbar users had been able to shorten long Web links with goo.gl, but now anyone can access the service through a new Web site.

By September 30, 2010

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3D Web hits the big time: Google Maps on WebGL

WebGL isn't just for bouncy-marble demos anymore. Google Maps, a major site, now uses the 3D graphics technology after years of development.

By October 13, 2011

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Chrome gets acceleration, WebGL, Google Instant

Beta testers are closer to getting major new Chrome features, and dev-channel users get them now: WebGL's 3D graphics, Google Instant search, and some hardware acceleration.

By September 30, 2010

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How to skirt Twitter's restriction on links in DMs

Tired of being told you can't send a link via direct message on Twitter? Me too!

By August 7, 2014

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New virus tweets its way into Twitter

The virus spreading through URLs shortened with goo.gl is making the rounds of the Twittersphere, as uncovered by TechCrunch, which reports that Twitter is investigating.

By December 7, 2010

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Shorten, track URLs on Android with Google URL Shortener

Google has released an Android app to help you shorten URLs and provide insight as to who is clicking your links.

By March 4, 2014

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Google+ adds live Q&A feature to Hangouts On Air

The new feature can handle questions from up to 1 million viewers at the same time.

By September 12, 2013

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Google Street View takes a dive with Tom Daley

Make a splash in Tom Daley's Speedos with a Google Maps Street View tour inside the London 2012 Aquatics Centre.

By March 14, 2014

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Use ShortPaste to easily share links on Android

Looking for a fast way to share shortened links with friends on social media? Check out ShortPaste -- it does all the work for you.

By July 18, 2014