Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Nexus S 4G

The Nexus S 4G coming to a Sprint store near you!

Sprint just announced that the Nexus S 4G is coming this spring. There’s a great announcement with all the deets that I picked up from twitter thanks to @Sprint but here’s the highlights: Android 2.3 – Gingerbread so no having to wait forever to get the latest updates a pure Android experience 1Ghz Hummingbird processor […]

Google issues joint policy proposal for an open internet

Quoted directly from the Google Public Policy blog: A joint policy proposal for an open Internet Monday, August 9, 2010 at 1:38 PM ET Posted by Alan Davidson, Google director of public policy and Tom Tauke, Verizon executive vice president of public affairs, policy, and communications The original architects of the Internet got the big […]

Google denies deal to pay Verizon for fast network | Relevant Results – CNET News

Google denies deal to pay Verizon for fast network | Relevant Results – CNET News by Tom Krazit Google used Twitter to deny a recent New York Times report on its Net neutrality negotiation strategies. (Credit: Screenshot by Tom Krazit/CNET) Google denied Thursday a report in the New York Times that it was near an […]

Wave goodbye to Google Wave

I had Google Wave … the only problem was that not many other people did. I sent out my invitations to friends and family so that we would have a real time collaboration place to help us keep in touch (we’re all quite geographically distant) … but they either just wanted to stick with the […]

Android 2.2 demolishes iOS4 in JavaScript benchmarks

Because we all know that I’m an Android fangirl I give you the incredibly awesome iOS4 smackdown provided by ArsTechnica … Android 2.2 demolishes iOS4 in JavaScript benchmarks

FCC Reviews Logitech Revue, New Details Emerge

 Most everyone knows that Google is a major part of my life … from my phone to my calendar to hopefully a place to work in the future … so it should come as no surprise that I squee over the thought of making my TV an android powered Google experience too. While I’m not […]

App Inventor for Android

While I have taken some coding classes … I haven’t taken nearly enough to code my own app yet (though that will definitely change). So imagine my pre-dev capable glee when I heard about this little tidbit this morning? Want to create an android app? Don’t have the codemonkey chops? Never fear … App Inventor […]

Grandmother’s guide to video chat

Grandmother’s guide to video chat: ” (Cross-posted from the Gmail Blog) Often when I tell people that I work on Google video chat, I hear stories about how they’ve used it to give a video tour of a new home to friends, introduce a baby to relatives, keep in touch with traveling loved ones… the […]

Google eyes more home energy jobs for PowerMeter

Cnet has a great article on how Google is planning to expand its PowerMeter to start monitoring other utilities like water and gas, and possibly even other devices like vehicles. Now everyone knows how much Google is integrated with my daily life and that I don’t mind in the slightest, but this makes me go […]

Google Voice for everyone

I love Google Voice service, so as soon as I heard about this I just had to share. Google Voice saves me money, gives me free visual voicemail, and pretty much let’s me keep in touch will people in a plethora of countries I wouldn’t ever be able to afford a long distance rate to […]