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iGoogle

A personal portal from Google. Introduced in 2005 as the Google "Personalized Home Page," the name was changed to iGoogle in 2007. iGoogle supported gadgets (mini applications) that provided customized news, calendar, games, quotes and numerous other functions. Google ended iGoogle in November 2013. See personal portal.
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in all of today's noise iGoogle is the ONE place that I can sort that noise out - What's the big deal?
We originally launched iGoogle in 2005 before anyone could fully imagine the ways that today's web and mobile apps would put personalized, real-time information at your fingertips.
We've borrowed a lot from iGoogle in developing this "My Library" approach but have put a spin on it that is definitely CML.
Ela e formada pelo conjunto de aplicativos Google Docs, Google Gadget e iGoogle.
a former teacher and administrator who designs educational environments and experiences for learners of all ages, and Hicks, a professional development specialist who is an educational consultant specializing in instructional design, bring together Google Certified Teachers to show how K-12 teachers and administrators can use Google Applications like Google Earth, Documents, Maps, Blogger, Sites, and iGoogle.
The RSS reader on iGoogle is used to explain the concept that the information they want can be brought to their desktop and continually updated.
The solution offers the following features: integration with Fring, Acrobits and popular softphones; new mobile portal; call management on-the-go, enabling customers to manage inbound calls to any wireline or mobile phone; plugins for Outlook, IE and Firefox; web widgets; and iGoogle gadget.
But you can continue to play the game by adding the Pac-Man Gadget on to your iGoogle.
Access it from your personalized iGoogle homepage (www.
Google already does this for the masses, allowing users to create iGoogle pages with customized content and designs, among other offerings.
The Internet giant announced the US debuts on iGoogle of 19 community-oriented mini-programs including chess and trivia game play and firing off updates about one s life.
Comic fans can now personalize their iGoogle home pages with themes from 50 comics.