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Google And HP Allegedly Exploring Special Google Now Functionality For Businesses

Google has been doing its best to worm its way into business with Android and Chrome OS. At the same time, HP is anxious to sell more mobile devices based on Android (webOS didn't go so well). It just so happens HP has a lot of experience selling to businesses. According to The Information, the companies have been discussing combining efforts to increase business sales by enabling additional Google Now functionality specifically for business customers.

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Google Buys Smart Messaging Client Emu, Might Be Used To Teach Hangouts Some New Tricks

Google buys a lot of companies, and the deals don't always make a lot of sense from the outside. However, the acquisition of messaging client Emu totally jives with Google's priorities lately. Emu uses context clues in your messages to automate actions—sound familiar?

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T-Mobile Reportedly Considers Iliad's Buyout Offer 'Dead On Arrival'

French telecom company Iliad made a surprise bid for T-Mobile US late last week after months of rumors that Sprint and T-Mobile would be getting hitched. Iliad offered $15 billion for a 56.6% stake in T-Mobile, but now the Wall Street Journal is reporting that T-Mobile isn't even willing to entertain that deal and has opted not to give Iliad access to its financial data.

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French Telecom Company Iliad Just Made A Bid To Buy T-Mobile US Out From Under Sprint

The rumors have been percolating up through the internet for months that Sprint (and parent company SoftBank) was nearing a deal to buy controlling interest in T-Mobile US, but a French company you've probably never heard of just threw a monkey wrench in the works. Iliad has offered $15 billion in cash for 56.6% of T-Mobile.

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Google Gets Hangouts Video Service More Ready For Work With Multiple Business-Related Improvements

Hangouts may be fun, but it's not all fun and games. It should come as no surprise that in this day and age, many people turn to Google's video chats as a means of getting work done. So the company is rolling out a number of business-related improvements to the service.

For starters, the company is now covering Hangouts under the same terms of service as other Google Apps for Business products.

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Real Estate Info Service Zillow Buys Trulia For $3.5 Billion In Stock

Zillow's home and apartment finding tools are quite popular on Android, but you probably never would have guessed the company was so flush with cash that it could snap up Trulia for $3.5 billion. Don't go too crazy, though. This deal is actually being done completely in stock.

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[Update: Another Confirmation] Rumor: Live Game Streaming Platform Twitch Has Accepted A $1 Billion Google/YouTube Buyout Offer

Update 7/24/14: VentureBeat reports that the deal has finally gone through, though nothing official has been announced by either company just yet. The waiting game continues.

The original post from May 18th continues below.

Google has reportedly succeeded in securing the acquisition of the game streaming service Twitch. If the deal goes through, Twitch will apparently become part of YouTube. The sale price is being reported as an even $1 billion in cash, which works out to exactly one Instagram.

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HTC Returns To Profitability For The First Time In A Year

HTC has had a rough time in recent years as Samsung has risen to dominance in the Android device market. The resulting slump culminated in a year of losses for the Taiwanese OEM, but today's Q2 2014 numbers signal a potential turnaround. HTC had a small profit of NT$2.26 billion ($75 million) over the last three months.

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Wirefly Is Back Under New Ownership With A Slightly Different Focus

Perhaps you recall the abrupt closure of online phone dealer Wirefly a few months ago. Its parent company Simplexity LLC filed for bankruptcy, and is currently being chopped up and sold as part of debt reorganization. The Wirefly name and website have emerged from this under new ownership with a focus on comparing devices and plans to help you find the best deal.

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[New App] Microsoft Continues To Support Android With The Addition Of Outlook Web Access App [Updated]

Update: Microsoft has stated in a blog post that support is limited to a select number of devices for this pre-release version. The company is opening up compatibility regularly, so if your device isn't supported just yet, check back later.

When a Microsoft app comes to Android, chances are that it's not going to be exciting (seriously, take a look at the list). This is not a jab at the competing tech giant.

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