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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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Isso seria uma possibilidade de acesso direto ao banco de dados do dotProject, sem a necessidade do Google Spreadsheet, assim, o gadget do iGoogle estaria ligado diretamente ao banco de dados.
This idea can be found on Web sites like iGoogle (gadgets) and Facebook (applications) and will most likely continue to gain popularity.
After proudly explaining how one sports-mad teenager had set up a page full of RSS feeds from the likes of the Arsenal website (whilst demonstrating iGoogle to a group of teaching colleagues), I was challenged as to whether this was 'educational'.
"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.
Mayer managed some of Google's most successful innovations such as launching over 100 features and products like image, book and product search, toolbar, iGoogle, Google News and Gmail besides the "look and feel" of the Google user experience.
(Related Diversification-Phone) May-05 Google launches Personalized Homepage (now iGoogle) enabling users to customize their own Google homepage.
iGoogle and gadgets as a platform for integrating institutional and external services.
Si se utiliza la pagina principal personalizable igoogle (http://www.google.es/ig), pueden incluirse gadgets, tambien denominados widget, que se definen como mini aplicaciones disenadas para ofrecer informacion y posibilidades de interaccion a traves de Internet.
It holds an advertiser agency day event in Dubai in a bid to promote its products and launches iGoogle arabic themes and skins.
An application built for SciVerse may easily be extended to other platforms based on Shindig, such as iGoogle. SciVerse Applications provides a new channel for the library to engage with and to provide value to its users.
Prior to that, Calvert served as Creative Director at Google, where she managed the brand globally and developed innovative campaigns to bring Google products directly to consumer and business audiences -- including Google Checkout, Google Apps, iGoogle and Google Maps.