Google made a big splash with its social network, Google+, and ever since, the tech world has been calling it a Facebook killer. But for all the similarities, Facebook and Google+ are actually very different creatures, and Google+ instead seems poised to threaten the popularity of trendier social networks like Twitter and Tumblr. Here are [...]
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Google+ is everywhere. The mainstream media, the blogosphere, Twitter, and elsewhere. And even though it’s gotten some rave reviews, you may be wondering: “I don’t need another social network, do I?” Yes, you do, at least according to author Chris Brogan, who’s got a list of 10 things marketers need to know about Google+. And [...]
That seems likely, especially because the Amazon tablet probably won’t have a camera. Amazon plans to release the tablet in the fall, according to reports, and will view it, in part, as a way to allow people to buy (and rent) Amazon content on its own device.
Google gets lots of attention, often for its big battles with Apple and Facebook. But as a TechCrunch post by entrepreneur Semil Shah contends, it’s worth noting that Google isn’t just in a war with Facebook, it’s at war with multiple companies across multiple industries.
The newest trend in file management is cloud storage — “cloud” referring to that magical land known as the Internet. With your life stored in the cloud, all of your stuff is more accessible to you than ever, meaning you’ll never have to live without your music, your files, or even your books.
Your wrist might be the last place you’d expect to see Google’s Android operating system, but a new Android-based, super-connected wristwatch called I’mWatch is pretty genius, when you think about it.
Google is being used for all sorts of things these days, from document creation (Google Docs) to email (Gmail), and beyond. But, as Macworld notes, “the products are so packed with features that it can be hard to keep up.
You’ve probably heard of Google Goggles, the innovative service that allows users to perform a variety of web searches and other mobile tasks through the lens of a cell phone camera. Simply take a picture of a Pepsi can and Goggles will initiate a google search for you.
There are plenty of home screen replacements available on the Android Market (LauncherPro being the most popular) but none of them are anything like Slide Screen.
First, Robyn brought us her Twitter-centric interactive music video, but Arcade Fire has taken the idea to a completely different level.
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