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Designed by creative agency The Church of London, Google quietly launched Think Quarterly, an online magazine of sorts published four times annually. Featuring no advertising, the publication is absolutely free to view. Think Quarterly, published at www.thinkquarterly.co.uk, is a communication … Continue reading
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate (RC) was released early, according to a Winrumors.com article which includes download links. The software giant had announced they would have an official unveiling on Thursday February 10th, 2011 at an afternoon conference in … Continue reading
Yesterday Google had themselves a big ol’ press event all about their Chrome OS. You may recall that this is Google’s browser-based operating system “for people who spend most of their time on the web.” Not surprisingly, the highlight of … Continue reading
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=979kKeC3Q3o] With all the hoopla over Google‘s home page antics over the past few days, speculation as to what it could mean in relation to today’s “can’t miss” press conference has run rampant. With just a few hours before the announcement, … Continue reading
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-DzpAg0SdU] Yesterday, just hours after the first rumors of the feature surfaced, Google announced they were adding the ability to make phone calls to their flagship Gmail email service. We’ve tried out the feature a bit and it works almost … Continue reading
Though we discussed it a bit a few days ago, the reactions to Google and Verizon‘s “net neutrality” proposal from major Internet and communications players are starting to roll in. Not surprisingly, FCC Commissioner Michael Copps was quick to voice … Continue reading
You Say “Website,” I Say “Differentiated Service”- Where Were You When Google and Verizon Killed the Internet?
As the New York Times reported late last week, and despite Google’s denials (which hinged on a minor technicality), Google and Verizon were indeed in agreement on a net neutrality deal/framework/policy, which they announced yesterday. Both Google and Verizon would … Continue reading
Since we love to watch Google Trends and have done so for a while now, very little surprises us these days. On the whole it’s a great window into what’s going on in the world and what the English-speaking segment of the internet is … Continue reading