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TNW’s Daily Dose: Bye-bye iGoogle, ACTA’s European smackdown and more

TNW’s Daily Dose: Bye-bye iGoogle, ACTA’s European smackdown and more
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Google kills off more underperforming services, the European Parliament rejects the controversial ACTA treaty, and long-awaited TV service YouView finally launches in the UK. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Google to shutter iGoogle, along with Google Mini, Talk Chatback and Symbian Search in ‘summer cleaning’ Read more

The European Parliament rejects ACTA, with a 478 to 39 majorityRead more

YouView: Everything you need to know about the UK’s new TV service, and why it might succeedRead more