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TNW’s Daily Dose – 24 hours of tech news in 5 minutes [Audio]


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Google replaces Places with Google+ Local and boosts its ChromeOS offering, PayPal launches a new high street retail payments offering in the UK, and Apple plans to get more social. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Google overhauls its local search experience with Google+ Local, featuring Zagat scores: Read more

Google’s goal with Chrome OS, Chromebook and Chromebox: speed, speed, speed: Read more

Hands-on with PayPal’s UK inStore mobile payment service: Read more

Tim Cook again says Apple could work more with Facebook, says to ‘stay tuned’: Read More

Tim Cook on Ping: “Apple needs to be social, but it doesn’t have to own a social network”: Read more