Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall speculate about Apple’s October 16 announcements, discuss connected devices and offer a few tips. Hear the podcast here.
It’s a bit breathless, but this infographic still is a great reference to what’s in the Google Car 2014 and how it works. Check it out.
Chromebooks are on their way to becoming even-more popular with some of the new functionality announced at Google I/O. Ant Pruitt comments.
Google covers a lot of product announcements, but leaves out one product all together. Here’s a quick wrap up of Google IO.
It’s time for Google IO! What would you like to see announced at the conference? Ant Pruitt shares what he’d like to see.
PlayDrone, a webcrawler, has found Google Play app security flaws. See the evidence and engineers behind PlayDrone here. Brant David reviews.
Art isn’t just photography, painting or sculpting. It’s also in code in the Google Dev Art initiative.
The EU Court of Justice ruled in favor of amending search history if it is outdated, specifically targeting Google Search. The giant must defend or amend.
Google launched Gmail on April 1, 2004. And now Gmail turns 10. Check out this infographic to get a grasp of the evolution of Gmail over the last decade.
It’s that time again. Here’s a roundup of Google April Fools 2014 pranks, gags and videos as we catch them. Or will they catch us?