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50 Things I know about Google

Searching for “Eugene Roman” on Google will provide 540 articles, including his profile in the article Top 20 under 20Google Canada URL is maintains the largest number of Linux servers in the world.The Google interface can be searched in 117 languages including Elmer Fudd, Klingon and Bork-bork-bork!There are Google sites for 112 Countries.The Google Language tools translate any text between: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Koran and Chinese.Google News editions are available in Argentina - Australia - Brasil - Canada English - Canada Français - Chile - Deutschland - España - France - India - Italia - México - New Zealand - Österreich - Portugal - Schweiz - Suisse - U.K. - U.S. - (China) - (Hong Kong) - (Japan) - (Korea) - (Taiwan)The largest collections of on-line Web Blogs is maintained by Google at The Google Desktop ( is your own privat…

Going Mobile - slowly

Full report from the CD Howe Insititute. Reasons why your cell phone is so expensive in Canada, and you can't find the array of options you can find around the world.

“Going Mobile — Slowly: How Wireline Telephone Regulation Slows Cellular Network Development,” .... Most developed countries are already at, or rapidly moving toward, the point where cellular subscribers outnumber wireline subscribers. But Canada is an exception. Canada was the 26th among 30 OECD nations to introduce digital cellular, and is currently 28th in per capita cellular subscriptions. The authors argue that one of the main causes is “inappropriate regulatory policy” from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).