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Synonyms for gadget

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Synonyms for gadget

a device or control that is very useful for a particular job

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O iGoogle consiste em uma pagina web onde sao hospedados seus gadgets.
We hope these social gadgets make iGoogle an even more fun and personal homepage for you.
Many have picked up on the trend of dashboards and homepages, either explicitly linking information to a module built for the popular iGoogle Web page or living up to its spirit with similar widgets.
Design your own punting mission-control at igoogle and head it with artwork from a selection including this Ronnie Wood equine theme
Marissa led the development of some of Google's most successful services including image, book and product search, toolbar, and iGoogle, and defined such pivotal products as Google News and Gmail.
Earlier, Google announced that it will retire iGoogle from November 2013.
Washington, July 4 ( ANI ): Internet search giant Google has announced that it would be shutting down its iGoogle personalized home page and a few other services.
This time around Google is pulling the plug on iGoogle, Google Video and Google Mini, among a couple of other aging Google products.
The UK-based utility company, First Utility, is the first to partner with Google for the development of the Google PowerMeter, which obtains electrical-usage data from the First Utility smart meter, and it is then displayed on a personalized iGoogle homepage.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-7 August 2009-Dazzboard introduces iGoogle gadget(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
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Google's iGoogle has been growing in popularity in recent years, while its search engine has led the market for years.
The options include a plug-in for Google Calendars, iGoogle, or Gmail; reminders via Twitter; an RSS feed of your tasks; and a bookmarklet for adding items quickly.
For the beta launch, users can embed Times Widgets on iGoogle, Netvibes, Blogger, Vox or their personal Web sites and blogs.
iGoogle, allows users to customize their web experience by choosing the content they're interested in seeing and having it appear right on their Google homepage.