Google isn't exactly known for <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/189346/google_responds_to_buzz_privacy_issues_again.html?tk=rel_news">its respect for privacy,</a> but a recent blog post shows the search giant may be attempting to turn a new leaf on what has been called an <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/191897/ftc_commissioner_google_is_irresponsible_on_privacy.html?tk=rel_news">"irresponsible"</a> stance on user privacy. Maybe.
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An image on the Android Developer site (click on "Dev Phones") is apparently the HTC-made successor to the Android Dev Phone 1, and is already in the hands of select Google employees.
The Facebook poke is possibly one of the most pointless, annoying features of any social network to date. And apparently, it can land you in jail for nearly 12 months with a possible fine of US$2,500.
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