Abdel Ibrahim, writing for Watch Aware on the fresh-off-the-rip-off-express Asus ZenWatch 2: It get worse, though. The video they’ve put together resembles so much of the video Apple used to debut the Apple Watch it’s not even funny....Show More Summary
The Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of a man […]
Uber has continued a string of search-based partnerships, including Microsoft and YP, that will ostensibly give the car service app a leg up over Lyft and local cab services.
During OpenStack Summit 2015, Brian Gallagher, presiden […]
Yesterday was my 41’st birthday. Seems like just yesterday I was re-writing my recap a year ago talking about my epiphany I had on my 40th birthday about the past, present, and future of my business. Lot of stuff has changed. The ShoeMoney Network has been the most interesting thing that has happened to me in the last 30 days. Show More Summary
Speaking of Josh Topolsky, his new column for Bloomberg is on Google’s Now on Tap, announced last week at I/O: This is a major move for two reasons. The first is that it really brings Google back to a place of dominance as the glue that holds your digital life together. Show More Summary
Hooray! You finally got a new Android smartphone! The Google Play Store and its plethora of options can be overwhelming for anyone. So instead of blindly downloading a crazy number of apps, let’s concentrate on the essential apps you need to get. Show More Summary
Speaking of podcasts I appear on, I’m on the latest episode of Josh Topolsky’s Tomorrow. I always dig talking with Josh, because we disagree — to some degree — on so many things. Fun show. ?
BIA/Kelsey found that mobile has overtaken desktop in search query volume. While the numbers remain close, the gap will continue to increase over the next few years.
You want to stream an online service like Netflix or Amazon Instant Video to your TV, but you don’t have a media center PC and don’t fancy fiddling around with an OpenElec installation on a Raspberry Pi. What you want is something that’s...Show More Summary
The post Forget Work Life Balance. It’s All About Work Life Integration appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. Every so often (though less often than I’d like), I ask one of my team into my band room, a place I created five years ago where the only rules are honest conversations and unbounded agendas. Show More Summary
The OpenStack Summit continues to grow and evolve, acco […]
2006 was a landmark year in Google’s history. The Oxford English Dictionary accepted “Google” as a verb. Since then we have done quite a lot to make that action the grammar for our online lives. We follow its particular syntax to search for information. Show More Summary
There’s a huge shift happening in the world of on-demand online education. It’s commercial enterprises and savvy small businesses that are filling the demand for courses and lessons, rather than the typical institutions of learning. Brian Clark saw an interesting article in Fast Company recently about jobs of the future. Show More Summary
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Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
While the iPhone camera app is one of most widely used mobile cameras on the planet, there are several third-party camera apps that are faster and nifty to use for particular shooting purposes. The default iPhone camera app has certainly...Show More Summary
Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a poet turned tech junkie and entrepreneur. After receiving a graduate degree in literature in 2000, he headed for Europe, where he sang rhymes to crowds for five years before moving to Arabia to teach Shakespeare to American troops. Show More Summary
Pest control firms are not normally associated with forward-thinking technological advancements. However, Rentokil has been extending its legacy ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system to allow new functionality through the creation of APIs, according to a recent article by Margi Murphy for Computer World UK.