Google has today announced that an additional ten applications for Android and iOS now support Chromecast streaming. VEVO, Red Bull.TV, Songza, and more have been updated to allow users to enjoy news, sports, and music on their $35 dongle. Apps like … Read more ›
Wearable technology has had a big year. Google Glass launched to the first wave of "Explorers" and Samsung's Galaxy Gear introduced smart watches to the masses. Wearables will only continue to grow in new markets and is expected to amass $50 billion in the next five years. Show More Summary
Google Glass might be the wave of the future but to some it’s just a petty annoyance that could be a potential invasion of privacy. Google’s wearable tech has already been banned from establishments like movie theaters, strip clubs and casinos and to David Meinert, the owner of two eateries in Seattle, Washington, this typeContinue reading...
It’s almost a given nowadays that the openness of Google’s Android platform has benefited many firms riding on the mobile wave — and now it’s even brought a company in... Keep reading ?
Remember a couple of years ago when Google Wallet looked poised to launch a wave of mobile payment platforms powered by NFC? Well that didn’t really work out as planned since Google’s first crack at mobile payments has largely flopped. Show More Summary
ReadWriteBuilders is a series of interviews with developers, designers and other architects of the programmable future. When Google introduced Android as the first major open-source mobile operating system, it was like waving a red flag in front of developers. Show More Summary
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has been waving his hands crying “outrage” about the latest NSA revelations, which have shown that the spy agency is going behind Google’s backs to infiltrate its data as part of a program called MUSCULAR. Those cries of protest are expected, so much so that they are mundane. As I argued a few days...
Wearable technology is all the rage these days and a lot of companies, both big and small, have jumped on the bandwagon. Smartwatches have lead the way in this particular arena this year, whereas Google continued to make waves with the Google Glass. Show More Summary
It’s go big or go extinct for Cisco, which seeks to adapt its enterprise networking franchise to the burgeoning Internet of Things in a push to capitalize on the coming wave of connected devices. This week at the Internet of … Continue reading ?
Mobile Insights is a daily newsletter from BI Intelligence delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. Sign up for a free trial of BI Intelligence today. Android Kit Kat Targets The Next Wave Of Mobile...Show More Summary
Authorship Snippets: The “Purple-Cow” of Search Engine Results? Imagine being in a class, knowing the answer to a question and desperately attempting to be the one chosen to answer. You wave your hands wildly, make sounds, and maybe even jump up and down in your seat just to draw the teacher’s attention. Show More Summary
CNet has a follow up to the recent story about a wave power driven data centre for Google - Google could have a floating data center in Maine, too. As CNET reported Friday, it looks very much like Google has been building a floating data center made from shipping containers on a barge in the middle of San Francisco Bay. Show More Summary
A HUNT for dark matter yields none (pleasing some scientists), Google builds a massive box from shipping containers on an island and a professor tackles traffic waves
The smartwatches are coming. Whether you love ‘em or hate ‘em, there’s no denying the coming onslaught. In fact, it’s already started. Disappointed in the first wave? Don’t worry. Google’s entry is coming soon, and it’s going to be awesome. More »
They've been preparing to build a floating data center that would run off wave power for years.
CNet has an article speculating Google is building a floating data centre - possibly powered using wave power (which seems cool but unlikely - though I guess if you couple it with solar and energy storage it might be feasible) - Is Google...Show More Summary
Google's waving its pro-internet freedom flag again, launching a suite of anti-hacker software intended to help human rights and elections-related websites in vulnerable regions. It's a nice thought, even if there's a catch. Read more...
Google has decided your pretty high school cheerleading photo is good enough for advertisers seeking more exact audience targeting. Find out about the newest wave of questionable TOS tactics being enacted by Google's team of soulless engineers: facevertising. read more
How to begin a new pitch about your underwater networking technology? You could start by comparing existing offerings to a "frightened toddler," seeing as how both parties share an inherent desire to stay above the waves. A research team at the University at Buffalo, however, is far less afraid to...