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Category Archives: Google
YouTube has said it is going to put another 200 million dollars into its channels that it began experimenting with 8 months ago. YouTube has launched close to 100 channels and attracted a few big names thus far.
And I’m not surprised.
Marissa has a huge challenge, but she has a lot of experience too. She has been at the helm of many key projects, including News and the unified search bar (she has patents for both). I was most intrigued that … Continue reading
Tarun and Chris discuss the announcements of Google I/O, including the Nexus tablet and the exciting Glass product. We also touch on the Podcasts app from Apple and say good bye to Bob Mansfield. Thanks for tuning in! Podcast: Play … Continue reading
Google has covered most of the highlights here. The Nexus 7 is more of a competitor to the Kindle Fire, than the iPad. Google will continue to push their tablet offerings against the iPad, but it is clear that entertainment … Continue reading
Google has released this transparency report for the past 2 years, and things are only getting worse. On this list, several countries who had previously complied are now demanding content removal.
Michael Wolff: At the heart of the Internet business is one of the great business fallacies of our time: that the Web, with all its targeting abilities, can be a more efficient, and hence more profitable, advertising medium than traditional … Continue reading
Joey Devilla on Global Nerdy spotted this on StatCounter: This is quite a change from a year ago, when Internet Explorer still held first place at about 45% and Chrome was a distant third with about 20% by StatCounter’s measurements.
9 to 5 Mac with the scoop. This is one area that Apple has been dependent on a third-party for, and using in-house software/development will seal the deal in terms of having complete control over the OS. I don’t really … Continue reading
For those of you keeping score: DropBox announced a small update to their services allowing users to share any file within the service, even if it isn’t specifically made public. Microsoft augmented SkyDrive to integrate with Mac OS X finder, … Continue reading
The flagship Nokia phone isn’t doing so hot in Europe. Sean Ludwig reports for VentureBeat: “No one comes into the store and asks for a Windows phone,” an anonymous European mobile executive told Reuters. “Nokia have given themselves a double … Continue reading
In this episode, Chris and I talk about the upcoming Lumia 900 launch in the US; the “Smoked by Windows Phone Challenge”; Google’s loss of who they are; and RIMs continued falterings. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: … Continue reading
Mat Honan writes a great article on – surprise – Gizmodo: Google has forgotten why we loved it. It has degraded its premier product in service of promoting others. It has done devious things to ferret out information from its … Continue reading
Creepy and annoying. (via Jim Dalrymple)
You may have noticed iPhoto for iPad using a different mapping service than Google’s. The reasoning, according to this article, is the push to monetize the service based on the number of impressions that the map makes. It is unclear … Continue reading
Don’t bother watching the video. But, good idea to consolidate.
Good ol’ Jim Dalrymple: As expected, Apple on Monday announced an event to show off the company’s next generation iPad. The invitation, sent to me by Apple, says the event will take place at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 7, … Continue reading
It was about time that the software available on Android and the Google ecosystem starting to propagate beyond the phone. A scoop by Nick Bilton for the NY Times: The glasses will send data to the cloud and then use … Continue reading
At the crack of dawn, Apple surprisingly announces Mountain Lion for developer preview. We cover the implications of the next OS, including what it means to be iOS-ified. We also discuss iPad sales; cookies being exploited, Nook/Playbook/Tablet B-lists, and the … Continue reading
My post on a new blog from my friends Ben & Ben, “Bumba Broadsides”, on the Ethics of Google and the recent anti-trust search debate.