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Tech News of the Week: Jolla Tablet, Google, Black Friday

Welcome to our weekly digest! Happy Thanksgiving! Lets recap what was in the news recently.

Jolla Tablet — world’s first crowd-sourced tabletJolla’s Indiegogo campaign exceed everyone expectations. They tripled their original $380,000 goal in a few days. Jolla team has announced that it’s adding new campaign goals including the option of built-in 3.5G data capability. The device will come with its own operating system, Sailfish OS. Sailfish OS has user interface controlled solely by touch and gestures. Besides running its own native apps, Sailfish OS allows to install and run Android apps.

Google has released improved the security features in Google for Work. In The Devices and Activity dashboard you can find information about the devices accessing your Google account, including devices that were active in the last 28 days as well as those which are currently signed in. This is a welcome addition as it allows users to proactively manage security of their account.

European Parliament votes to ask for Google to be broken up. The measure passed by a symbolic vote and does not carry any legal weight, but it highlights that the search giant with 90 percent marketshare for search in Europe is under close attention from regulating authorities. But experts believe that Google won’t be broken up and lay some reasons why.

Today is the Black Friday! Check out #blackfridaydeals on Twitter to find discounts for apps and gadgets. You also may want to take a look at the best deals iOS and Mac apps and games.

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