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Read This - Weds May 18

A roundup of small cloud and tablet news for Wednesday 18 May.

Google Adds Pagination to Google Docs

Google logoGoogle's latest feature addition brings a classic and sorely missed feature to Google Docs.

Motorola Xoom: Doomed By Honeycomb

That about sums it up for the Xoom Cloud Desktop LogoUpdated- I gave the Xoom two weeks to make me a Honeycomb believer. It didn't.

Google Adds "+1" Ratings To Search Results

Google logoGoogle's new +1 rating system allows users to rate the relevancy of their searches to ultimately help Google improve the search engine.

Sprint + Google Voice = Cloud Telephony Success

Google Voice LogoGoogle Voice and Sprint have combined forces to offer all of Sprint's customers the power of Google's cloud telephony service.

Google Adds Discussions to Google Docs

Google logoGoogle has added a new feature across its Google Docs products called Discussions to facilitate faster and better collaboration.

Google Launches New Google Apps Release Process

Google logoGoogle launches a new process for Google Apps, allowing administrators two different schedules of when new apps are released.

Google Adds A Dozen New Document Types To Gmail And Google Docs

Google logoGoogle has added twelve new document types that Gmail and Google Docs can view and store online.

Setting Up Google Apps For Your Domain, Part Three

Verizon Google Apps logo The third and final installment of our Google Apps set up, where we tie up loose ends and launch!

YouTube Boosting Speeds Through Google Infrastructure

FirefoxYouTube is further flexing its parent company's infrastructure to speed up video uploads.

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