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Companies seem to be on an 'announcement frenzy' today and Kipp simply doesn't understand why...

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April 1, 2013 4:24 by



Since we arrived at the office this morning, we’ve heard nothing but major announcements – some good, others, well, not so good. For instance, YouTube, the beloved video site (pardon me, network) that has kept us entertained, amused, bemused and frustrated for years, has now announced that as of midnight today, it will be shutting down for good.

On the positive, there have been some major technological developments (like the one below) and Tesco’s 3D Food Printer. We haven’t listed all of them, but here are some of the important ones below.

To keep up with the ever-changing needs of their readers, The Guardian has taken an enormous step into the digital abyss. The British paper is locking horns with Google Glass by offering its own augmented reality glasses called The Guardian Goggles; offering endless insight, opinions and ‘immersive liberal insight’.



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