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Feel free to roll your eyes at the headline, “Google’s Sundar Pichai Is the Most Powerful Man in Mobile”, but there’s some interesting backstory in Stone’s piece, including this bit indicating that Larry Page effectively removed Andy...Show More Summary
Great new campaign from Always: Using “like a girl” as an insult is a hard knock against any adolescent girl. And since the rest of puberty’s really no picnic either, it’s easy to see what a huge impact it can have on a girl’s self-confidence. We’re...Show More Summary
Mike Isaac, writing for the NYT Bits blog: Facebook has long wanted to be a major part of how you use your smartphone. Now, it looks as if the company has all but abandoned one of its major strategies to do so. The company has disbanded...Show More Summary
Khoi Vinh: When technology companies look at goods that are built from the outside in, they generally see irrationality and inefficiency, a broken market just waiting to be corrected and “disrupted.” They believe that they can engineer...Show More Summary
Winston Hendrickson, Adobe: Put simply we’re doubling down on our investments in Lightroom and he new Creative Cloud Photography plan and you can expect to see a rich roadmap of rapid innovation for desktop, web and device workflows in the coming weeks, months and years. Show More Summary
Jim Dalrymple: Apple introduced a new Photos app during its Worldwide Developers Conference that will become the new platform for the company. As part of the transition, Apple told me today that they will no longer be developing itsShow More Summary
Hilarious, well-made short film by Eric Kissack. Find yourself 10 minutes and a big screen. (Via Michael B. Johnson.) ?
Nathan Tyler, Praxtime: Recall from my previous post how we have three wildly disparate ime scales in play: millions, billions and trillions. Rounding to he nearest 20, we have: Time for intelligent life to fill a galaxy: super short...Show More Summary
Tim Urban, writing for Wait But Why: SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) is an organization dedicated to listening for signals from other intelligent life. If we’re right that there are 100,000 or more intelligent civilizations...Show More Summary
Rich Mogull, writing for Macworld: Corporations generally limit their altruism to charity, not to core product and business decisions. Apple likely sees a competitive advantage in privacy, especially when its biggest direct competition comes from advertising giant Google and the enterprise-friendly Microsoft. Show More Summary
The least-discussed member of the iOS device family, but Apple has sold over 100 million of them since 2007. ?
Matthew Panzarino, writing for TechCrunch: But even a stretch of presentations that had one attendee asleep in his chair apparently wasn’t enough runway to allow a mention of wo troubled Google children: Glass and Plus. Google+, theShow More Summary
Keith Olbermann on what’s wrong with soccer and the World Cup. ?
New episode of my podcast, with special guest star Paul Kafasis. Topics include the ongoing World Cup and the sport of soccer, Google Glass, mockups of devices in rumor reports, Amazon’s Fire Phone, the New York Times’s profile of Tim Cook last week, Apple’s growth, and the agonizingly slow death of Blackberry. Show More Summary
Volvo answers a question I had about CarPlay and Android Auto: Volvo Cars will also include Apple CarPlay interoperability in all new models based on the new Scalable Product Architecture. This will make it possible for Volvo car drivers...Show More Summary
Joanna Stern and Wilson Rothman, writing for the WSJ, take a look at today’s Android TV announcement and review Google’s track record with previous TV endeavors. ?
By far my favorite thing announced at I/O today, this new set of design guidelines describing a universal design language for web and mobile apps is really very well conceived. This is the first time, ever, that Android has looked to me like a nice platform to use or to design software for. Pre-Matias Duerte, Android was a horrid mess. Show More Summary
Fantastic career. “When you have to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk.” ?
Eric DeFriez, Google technical lead for Gmail APIs: For a while now, many of you have been asking for a better way to access data to build apps that integrate with Gmail. While IMAP is great at what it was designed for (connecting email...Show More Summary
David Carr, reporting for the NYT: Medium, the online writing platform created by Evan Williams, one of the founders of Twitter, has been something of a tabula rasa. Its publishing system and pretty interface has drawn raves, but asShow More Summary