Every person has a different relationship with Google. It touches most of us on a daily basis, and some of the times it might be in ways that we don’t even realize. The search giant has its hands in so many different cookie jars, and now Google cloud services direction Matthias Schwab is explaining why Read The Full Story
"What's that you've got there?" the barista asks, tapping his chest. I don't need to look down to know what he means. "It's a lifelogger, it takes a picture every thirty seconds, every day" I tell him; I've got my reply down-pat by now, have explained dozens of times over the past few weeks. "At the end of the day it shows me the best ones.
YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim doesn’t like the new Google+/YouTube commenting system. In fact, he’s pretty upset about it. On his YouTube page, Karim left a quick note, questioning the new direction by Google.
The U.S. is edging ever closer to social media saturation, with the percentage of adults using multiple social networks to communicate with each other now at 73%, and — partly thanks to the rise of mobile apps — the number of people on multiple networks now at 42%, according to figures out today from the researchers at the Pew Research Center. Facebook — the world’s largest social network with 1.19 billion users and a burgeoning international business — remains the most popular in the U.S. as well, with 71% of U.S. adults on it.
Tuesday with the Russian search engine Yandex that will allow Yandex to index public Facebook data in the countries it serves and use them as search results. In exchange, Yandex will deliver traffic to Facebook.
The Sub-$200 Moto G Smartphone Is Google’s Answer To Android’s Laggy Low-End
When Google bought Motorola there were plenty of theories about why it wanted the mobile maker. Patents, being named chief among them. But today’s launch of the low-cost Moto G smartphone suggests the strategy was — or has certainly become — multi-faceted.
Even for the world of globe-spanning computer systems, Cisco is going big.On Monday Cisco Systems announced it would spend $1 billion on creation of an “Intercloud,” which promises to bridge multiple cloud-computing systems open to the public — like those offered by Amazon Web Services and Google Compute Engine — the private clouds of big companies and specialty cloud services for business.
If you've become fond of the convenience that comes with going hands-free (and you're a Chrome browser user), Google 's latest announcement is right up your alley: hands-free voice search in Chrome. It is a simple yet notable update that has the potential to make users' daily activities far more efficient.
Over the past several months, we've written a fair amount about the "death of the cookie," and how internet giants like Microsoft, Google, and Apple are all working on their own means of tracking users across the internet.But there's a distinction to be made when discussing the decline of cookies, and it's one we often fail to make.
I am the proud father of three, 3, 9, and 12. I recently upgraded from the Samsung Galaxy S3 to the Sony Xperia Z. Having so many kids warranted a change of pace. Let me tell you, it is mind blowing. I love Android, I love tech and I love my family. Not in that order though. I work hard, play even harder and take care of all that are around me when I can.We all have some form of relationship set in our Google contacts.
One of the most popular wrist health trackers, the Basis B1 smartwatch , has added sleep cycles to variables it automatically tracks. I got my hands on an early beta version (which is now publicly available) and have been comparing it for the last week to other popular sleep trackers on the market.
You've probably seen Neat's TV ads touting their new NeatConnect Cloud Scanner (US$499.95). They show someone with a desk somewhat neater than mine quickly scanning in receipts, bills, and business cards with nary a desktop computer in sight. The company sent one to TUAW for a review, so read how this latest scanner from Neat might just change your thinking about scanning ... and keeping a desktop computer around.I have a love/hate relationship with scanners and the entire "paperless office" concept.
Google has announced a program to take unused TV spectrum whitespace, and repurpose it for use. By creating a spectrum database, Google hopes to allow third parties to use spectrum as needed, and let device manufacturers let the database know when there is unused whitespace available.
There is an entire industry dedicated to making bad things on the Internet quietly disappear and making promotional, good things about a person or a company look totally legitimate, even when they're just PR spin. It's known as "reputation management" and those who are good at it can earn $5,000 - $20,000 per month per client.