From where I stand, 2015 is going to be a big year. Sure, I can tell you about wearables reaching a new level of maturity. Likely not Google Glass in its current form, but the next wave of devices that include not only the Oculus (developed by a former journalism major) but also Samsung and...
The Guardian says:Like symphonies, Kandinsky’s great abstract paintings speak directly to our senses and feelings. Their constellations of mysterious marks are like waves of sound that trigger emotions. For him, the world they pointed...Show More Summary
time for google to bring that barge idea back RT @retardra: @spweather seen on Cesar Chavez in SF pic.twitter.com/Mte0IJ3NDL— Roberto Baldwin (@strngwys) December 11, 2014High waves earlier this morning prompted the Embarcadero to shut down, and it's not even...
The California Sunday Magazine “She waves to one of her neighbors, but only after dark, so that the other neighbors won’t see” tags: weekly writingprompt sociology Google News Redesign Concept for Objective Reading – PSFK On the function side, Google intends to make the news as balanced and objective as possible with options including comparisons […]
Another wave of apps just added support for Google’s streaming stick.
The Mozilla Foundation released its annual financial report for 2013 last Friday, and it wasn’t exactly good news. With revenues increasing by just one percent from the year before, and it’s main benefactor Google Inc. about to wave goodbye, it … Continue reading ?
Just over two years ago, Google's Sergey Brin was on the catwalk at New York Fashion Week, taking a bow following fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg's Google Glass-studded show. Back then, Google Glass was riding a high wave of positive...Show More Summary
Docker is making waves again. Just this week, Google Inc. launched its cloud-based Docker-as-a-service called “Container Engine”, which is now available on its Google Compute Engine platform. And now, not to be outdone, Canonical Ltd. is trying to put an … Continue reading ?
With the release of Lollipop, the latest version of Google’s Android operating system, we should also be getting the first big wave of Android apps using the company’s “material design” principles. Google first announced material design over the summer, and this TechCrunch post, published after the company released more details last month, has more specifics about… Read More
The next wave of Nexus devices, the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player, aren’t available to the public just yet — but today we sat down with Google’s Android team for a first look at the new devices and the Lollipop OS that powers them. Let’s start with the Nexus 6, Google’s rather large, $199 (with […]
The jury's still out on Google's new mobile approach to email, but that hasn't stopped people from going a little batty over getting invited to use it (see also: Gmail, Google Wave). In case you were feeling a little weird about begging Google for an...
Well, that didn't last all that long. It seems most people who requested an invite to the new Inbox app from Google are receiving notifications indicating that they're into the cool kids club. As the wave of invites rolled out, the @inboxbygmail Twitter account confirmed that they have "left the building" and to check back soon if you weren't in this wave.
Well, that didn't last all that long. It seems most people who requested an invite to the new Inbox app from Google are receiving notifications indicating that they're into the cool kids club. As the wave of invites rolled out, the @inboxbygmail...Show More Summary
Microsoft, Amazon and Google are hosting big cloud events within weeks of each other, starting this month.
The Fappening drama continues, but this time there’s no new wave of leaked celebrity nude photos — now the hacked stars are fighting back, and they have Google in their crosshairs. Famous targets of The Fappening nude photo hacking include...Show More Summary
It's part of a new wave of small venture funds that hope to identify the most promising startups at the earliest stages.
It’s about time? That might sound mean, but Google has been known to axe services on a regular basis. Remember Google Wave? Oh wait, this is better: Google Reader. So why did Google wait this long to kill Orkut, a service that never really took off? via OneProductions.com Click to enlarge. Read the full article: So Long, Orkut!
While you're all busy cracking open your new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, we're still reeling from the launch of iOS 8 earlier this week and the accompanying tidal wave of apps that have been updated to take advantage of new capabilities. Show More Summary
It’s no secret that Google is working towards full app integration between Chrome OS and Android, especially now that the first wave of cross-platform apps are now available. At the moment, only four apps are cross-platform, but Google promises more are on their way. Show More Summary
By Keith Williams: In Biotech, although curing cancer is a big one, life extension always attracts interest. Now Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) has entered the space with its startup Calico. In typical Google fashion, Calico is making waves by...Show More Summary