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google/@home

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Google Home

Google Home is a breezy service that lets you create a custom sign-in page chock-full of news and widgets.

By October 5, 2006

4 stars Editors' rating October 5, 2006

Access this free service from the vendor's Web site.

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With Nest, Google homes in on smart-home blueprint

Commentary: Nest Labs' purchase of Dropcam may signal a future in which parent Google tries to balance licensing technology for and participating in the smart-home market.

By June 23, 2014

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Google homes in on Maps app for iOS 6, report says

The company is reportedly working on a Google Maps app, but there is rampant confusion over whether it was actually submitted for approval in the Apple App Store yet.

By September 21, 2012

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Correction: Nexus 7 ad on Google home page

The article incorrectly stated that the Nexus 7 ad was the first ever to pop up on Google's home page.

By August 28, 2012

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Is playable Pac-Man getting Google's home page banned?

Early reports are that many people are loving Google's playable Pac-Man logo on Friday. But are some companies banning the home page?

By May 21, 2010

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Google home page, tools get the iPhone treatment (screenshots)

Google home page, tools get the iPhone treatment (screenshots)

By December 5, 2007

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Google home pages get more personal

Google's taking on MyYahoo and NetVibes with its new start page enhancements.

By March 20, 2007

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New and Noteworthy: Apple's Time Machine: Forward into the past?; Dashboard amnesty granted to Google Home gadgets

New and Noteworthy: Apple's Time Machine: Forward into the past?; Dashboard amnesty granted to Google Home gadgets

By October 5, 2006

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Google up next after Apple plays its hand for the smart home

Apple made its play today with HomeKit, a developer-focused software development kit to link smart home devices more deeply into iOS. Now it's Google's turn.

By June 2, 2014

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Google already being asked to remove search results

EU ruling requiring Google to delete search results that infringe upon a person's privacy has already triggered a few takedown requests, a source familiar with the situation confirms to CNET.

By May 15, 2014