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Because of new EU anti-trust laws, Google is legally obligated to show its users apps and browsers from its competitors. While these laws are in effect, Google doesn’t have to fill you in on similar products that may be available from other companies. Don’t worry, though — we went ahead and found that information ourselves.

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Google Docs, Sheets and Slides have been given a significant update with collaboration features the centrepiece of the update. The updates include improved versioning tools, the ability to quickly preview a clean version of a document, accepting or rejecting all edits in one go, and an option where Google can suggest document changes.

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Internet censorship rules mean that accessing Google services when travelling in China can be something of a hit-and-miss affair. One tactic that can help, especially if you're using Google Apps for Business? Access those services on your mobile rather than a notebook or desktop machine.

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Ouch. Google Apps has ditched its free version, meaning anyone who wants to use the business version of Google's mail, calendar and office suite will now have to pay $US50 a year per user for the privilege.