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Google

A publicly-traded company primarily offering a web portal. Originally a search engine in the 1990s and early 2000s, Google expanded to online messaging, e-mail services, web video, mobile phones and so forth. Google monetizes its operations primarily through advertisements. It was founded in 1998. See also: Yahoo.
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At La Picasa, volcaniclastic-hosted mineralization discovered north of the initial Calandria Sur resource
software allows you to share directly to Picasa, YouTube and Facebook.
The Cooliris software, once installed on the user's system, can catalogue and organise the user's media, including photos, videos, music, and documents stored on the computer, any connected USB storage device, or online sites such as Facebook, Flickr and Picasa Web Albums and display them in chronological order on the Cooliris 3D Wall.
It also has the fastest loading time of any Blu-ray player plus built in Wi-Fi connectivity, two USB slots and it can put a host of online goodies such as YouTube and Picasa on your TV.
Net search engine company, envisions making it easy for TV viewers to search and reach Web services such as Twitter blogs and Picasa photo albums, the newspaper said.
Google's latest iteration of Picasa should be able to help you.
lt;p>In other changes, Buzz will no longer automatically connect to a person's content on the Picasa photo service and Google Reader.
Home Base also allows you to wirelessly access media files stored on a hard drive attached to your PS3ao or Xbox 360A, and its file sharing feature automatically uploads your new photos to a Flickr or Picasa account so you can share them with friends online
The DMP-B15 can also stream content from YouTube, Picasa, Bloomberg, or Amazon Video on Demand and includes a built-in SD card slot for viewing digital photos.
Current VIERA CAST partners include YouTube, Picasa, Bloomberg, Eurosport and the German news broadcast format ARDTagesschau.
Special photo-sharing sites, such as Flickr and Google's Picasa, fared better than Facebook and Microsoft's Windows Live Spaces removed the photos instantly, the research found.
The new Viera HDTVs also provide access to Google's photo sharing site, Picasa.