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Twitter Launches Redesigned Mobile Site for Smartphones

While Twitter has been continually updating its desktop apps and desktop browser experience, its mobile site has been sorely lacking – both with regards to design and functionality. Today, however, Twitter announced that it is launching a new HTML5-based version of its mobile site for smartphones and tablets. This new design will roll out slowly. Today, only a select number of users on iPhones, iPod Touches and Android smartphones will see the new site, but Twitter plans to roll this new version out to all users over the next few weeks.

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Google Places Big Bet on Chromebooks

Google just announced a number of new features and partners around its ChromeOS program. Chromebooks, as Google calls them, will be available for purchase in the U.S., UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Spain on June 15. Starting at the same time, businesses and schools will be able to subscribe to the Chromebook program…

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Live Blog: Google I/O Chrome and Co. Keynote

Google is kicking off the second day of its developer conference with yet another keynote this morning. Today’s event will likely revolve around Chrome and Chrome OS, but chances are Google also has some surprises in store as well. Rumor has it that Google will also announce a “rental” program for Chrome OS notebooks. The…