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Google Launches "My Google" Style Feature
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/20/2005 08:03:00 AM.

Google is unveiling today a new My Google-style service allowing people to consolidate various Google features they use, ranging from web search to email, in one place.

The new page will no doubt make many people scream "Portal!" That's because despite the name, it is essentially a "My Google" service, similar to the My Yahoo, My MSN and other My pages that portals created so their users could access the many features they offer.

Available through Google Labs later today, you can sign-up for the page if you have a Google Account. Once created, you'll see something that looks almost the same as the regular Google home page. But below the search box, you've got new options: News, Gmail, Weather, Stocks, Driving Directions, Movies.

Visit: My Google


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