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Vector 53: Regeneration with Guy, Georgia, and Dave [Explicit]

Vector is a news and analysis show focusing on the biggest stories, hottest trends, and most important issues in technology, past, present, and future. On this week's show, Rene is joined by Georgia Dow, Guy English, and Dave Wiskus, to announce the end of the current season of Vector and the launch of the next. Also: Google scanning email for child porn, tinkering to learn, Apple University, fear and reinvention, yelling on Twitter.

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Google releases official Analytics app for iPhone and iPad

Checking to see how well your web properties are performing is an absolute breeze when utilizing one of many solutions available today. Google Analytics is a popular, free analytics suite for websites and the search giant has just released an official app for the iPhone and iPad. Downloading and installing this client will enable webmasters to log into their Google accounts and really dig deep at exactly how visitors are interacting with services and pages available.

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Google will warn if a mobile site's lousy with Flash content

Google has announced it is adding a new feature to its search results that will indicate if a web page will have issues being viewed on certain mobile devices such as an iPhone or iPad.

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Google releases AdWords Express for iPhone and iPad

Google has released an iPhone and iPad app for AdWords Express. The app lets you manage and edit your AdWords ads, and monitor how your ad is doing.

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Google Docs, Sheets permanently replace Quickoffice

Update: Slides is not available on iOS but is currently available for Android.

After having acquired Quickoffice, Google had made ported many of the document suite's features to its Google Drive service. As such, Google will be retiring Quickoffice and migrating users who need native document editing and creation to Drive's standalone Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps. The move will affect both iOS and Android users as Google suggests that users migrate to those apps instead.

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Google I/O kicks off today, what might it bring the iPhone and iPad?

Just as Apple took over Moscone Center in San Francisco earlier this month for WWDC, Google this week descends upon the very same venue for its annual I/O developer conference. And while the meat of the discussions are related to Google's own platforms – Android, Chrome and all things related – we shouldn't ever forget that the iPhone is one of the absolute best Google phones money can buy.

As such there's a great chance that we'll see some news of interest this week coming out of the event and Mobile Nations will be live on the ground to bring it all to you. Read on to see what you need to know.

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Google's Nest is officially in competition with Apple HomeKit

Not that this is any sort of surprise, but Google has finally announced a developer program for the Nest division. The timing couldn't be much better since I just finished writing about why I'm looking forward to the primary mobile players, Apple and Google, integrating "Internet of Things" hooks into their respective operating systems.

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Songza curating multi-million dollar bid from Google

Hold onto your headphones. Google is apparently in talks to buy the popular free music streaming and recommendation service Songza. Founded in late 2007, Songza has built up over 5.5 million active users. Google's own Larry Page is allegedly leading the charge to acquire Songza for $15 million.

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Tech leaders unite on government data collection reform

After uniting over issues with net neutrality, tech leaders are once again coming together to protect the consumers. In an open letter penned to the United States government, AOL, Apple, Dropbox, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo are pleading with elected officials to put an end to data collection on the Internet in the age of Edward Snowden and the NSA.

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Google releases VirusTotal Uploader for OS X to help keep your Mac secure

Google has released VirusTotal Uploader for OS X, an app that will let you upload suspicious apps and files to VirusTotal so they can be scanned by the service to identify malware. VirusTotal, purchased by Google in September 2012, has produced apps for Windows and Android, but this is the first VirusTotal product to be released on an Apple platform.

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