Online video sharing website <a href="http://search.techworld.com/tag/youtube">YouTube</a> has launched a new user interface option, dubbed 'Leanback'. Designed to be more easily browsable at a distance than the site's default layout, the design has sparked speculation that it is intended to complement the first generation of <a href="http://features.techworld.com/personal-tech/3217833/five-big-questions-about-google-tv/">Google TV</a> devices.
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Google has released an add on for web browsers that allows users to opt out of its Google Analytics website tracking service. Google's <a href="http://analytics.blogspot.com/2010/05/greater-choice-and-transparency-for.html">blog post</a> announcing the software claims the move is calculated to "provide even more choice and transparency for both website owners and users".
Google has scrubbed plans to fully integrate its Chrome web browser with Microsoft's new Windows 7 operating system.
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