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Google to Add 'Social Layers' This Fall, Bing Passes Yahoo! for Search

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Highlights from this morning's big tech headlines...
  • At yesterday's Zeitgeist event, Google's Eric Schmidt said the search company plans to add social networking "layers" to its products this fall. [From: Reuters]
  • New numbers from Nielsen indicate that Bing has passed Yahoo! to become the second largest search engine in the U.S. [From: Bits Blog]
  • Buried among yesterday's Twitter website redesign announcements was a brand new default user avatar: an unhatched egg. [From: Mashable]
  • Today's HTC launch event introduced two new Android phones, the sleek Desire Z QWERTY slider and the Evo-esque, 4.3-inch Desire HD. [From: Engadget]
  • OnStar's rumored in-car Facebook connectivity system is now official; the 'responsible connectivity' program will soon be bringing audio Facebook status and text message updates to your appropriately equipped vehicle. [From: Mashable]
  • Sony's campaign for its upcoming motion-gaming system features a pair of Daft Punk-esque, spherical controller-headed MoveMen. [From: Engadget]

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