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Google Earth Pro Service Is Now Available For Free

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Google used to charge $399/year for their Google Earth Pro service. If you are a Google Earth user then there are some good and exciting news for you: The Pro version of the service is now available for free. This means that you can “feast” on detailed imagery and use the advanced tools that help you print high resolution images, record HD movies of your virtual flights and measure 3D buildings — all for $0.00 (FREE)!

“Starting today, even more people will be able to access Google Earth Pro: we’re making it available for free,” Google said in a blog post.

To give the Pro version of Google Earth a try, simply grab a free key and download Earth Pro. Existing users will not be required to change anything. Their keys will continue to work.

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Microsoft Released Outlook for iOS and Android

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Microsoft announced the release of Outlook for iOS and a preview of Outlook for Android. This is BIG news for everyone that lives and breaths emails for work. Chances are that you have been using the built-in email and calendar apps of your smart device, and chances are that you have been missing out on some great features.

Well…complain no more. Microsoft came out with their mobile version of Outlook and it looks quite promising. As soon as I found out that the app is available on the app store, I installed it on my iPhone 6. Setup of my email was simple, intuitive and quick. And YES – you do have the option to setup syncing with Exchange, Outlook.com, Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo, OneDrive, Box, and DropBox!!! How amazing is that? Pretty amazing if you ask me.

I loved the fact that now I have my calendar and emails in one place. This is great and I will not miss my built-in email and calendar apps. I actually turned them OFF already. Microsoft also gives you the option to view all your email attachments in one place. So if you are looking for an email with a specific file, you can find it quickly via that option.

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Fusion Awarded 2015 Internet Telephony Product of The Year Award

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New York (Marketwired) — 01/28/15 — Fusion, a leading cloud services provider, announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named Fusion as a recipient of a 2015 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award. The company’s cloud-based unified communications platform has now been recognized with this award for the 6th straight year.

Fusion’s Cloud UC is an integral part of Fusion’s comprehensive suite of end-to-end, integrated cloud solutions that in combination with cloud connectivity and cloud computing, offer customers a single- source solution for the cloud. Fusion’s Cloud UC delivers outstanding levels of quality and service and allows communication seamlessly anytime, anywhere, and on any device., The cloud-based phone, conferencing, messaging and collaboration services combine the benefit of lowered costs while maximizing business productivity, making Fusion among the industry’s most flexible and affordable cloud communications solutions available today.

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