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This article was published on June 5, 2012

TNW’s Daily Dose: Google buys Meebo and Quickoffice, Microsoft boosts Xbox’s TV cred, and more

TNW’s Daily Dose: Google buys Meebo and Quickoffice, Microsoft boosts Xbox’s TV cred, and more
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Google acquires Meebo and Quickoffice, Microsoft bumps up Xbox’s TV credentials and the mysterious Airtime isn’t so mysterious any more. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Google is acquiring messaging and advertising service Meebo for its Google+ team: Read more

Google acquires Quickoffice to take Google Docs native: Read more

Internet Explorer coming to Xbox this year to let you browse the web on your TV: Read more

Meet Xbox Music: 30 million tracks accessible on every Microsoft device: Read more

Sean Parker’s Airtime officially launches to create shared experiences with people you know: Read more

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