Posted: April 7th, 2012 | Author: evergreenccwest | Filed under: Google | Tags: Delays, price, tablet Google
If there is a gadget that has not been reported or confirmed, but we all take for granted, is the tablet of Google. Splitting hairs when talking about smoke, dare major media reporting is delayed until July, expected in May.
The alleged Nexus tablet looks which has to be the best, price, and says they are working with Asustek to get lower it to comply with everything they need to be a good product.
The delay seems to be determined by the price, currently $ 250, but Google wants to move closer to the barrier of 200, where Fire Kindle , Amazon is the main competition.
On what is rumored about it, we have a seven-inch screen, Nvidia Tegra 3 as internal hardware ( Nvidia predicted that in summer the hardware would be very competitive in price), and logically, Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
Please remember that the news broke recently that Google wanted to sell on your own your tablet , and the main party, to enhance and control the takeoff of such products.
Assuming that these rumors are true, does it Google hoping to have a very competitive price? Should already have a Nexus tablet on the market?
Posted: March 29th, 2012 | Author: evergreenccwest | Filed under: Google | Tags: acceleration, Chrome, graphics hardware
With the arrival of version 18 of Google Chrome browser also reach expected improvements in both hardware accelerated graphics in two dimensional and three-dimensional graphics. If until now it was a high performance browser, now has even one step further.
Specifically announce improvements in rendering the Canvas 2D through our GPU s if we use computers with OS X or Windows. In this way applications such as games, which are constructed on Canvas, will have a higher yield due to this hardware acceleration.
But the improvement has not been on the plane, but has also come to the rendering of three-dimensional images through the bookstores WebGL. No returns will we see in the games installed on your computer, which directly squeeze our charts, but it certainly is an interesting move.
Posted: March 16th, 2012 | Author: evergreenccwest | Filed under: Google | Tags: DARPA, Google, poached
The search engine giant Google is apparently for the upcoming battles, one on the Internet market and reinforces the prominent Regina Dugan, the former head of DARPA, a facility for basic research of the U.S. military, has joined the company, told the U.S. magazine ‘ Wired ‘.
The 48-year-old headed the agency since mid-2009, the funds awarded to futuristic research projects that could one day be of interest to the military. Having previously worked as a project manager for the facility before they finally came the first woman at the head. Here she gained a reputation for investing in spite of the fundamental peculiarity of the DARPA funds research into risky projects, to keep costs under strict control.
One of the work focuses Dugan was the area of Internet security, but also the available know-how of the United States was important to her. In the course of which they frequently criticized the outsourcing of important processes in the IT sector in Asia. On the one hand, this means at least the task of control over the production of sensitive components, making network security would be compromised by malicious components from Asia. On the other hand, such in their view threatened by the loss of knowledge about the precise production.
The initiative for the change in the private sector should be expected from Google. To offer a leadership position in such an “innovative enterprise” they did not say “No”, said DARPA spokesman Eric Mazzacone.
It rejected suggestions that Dugan has done farewell to the research facility to do with an ongoing investigation in which the award of a contract is approved. Under her leadership, DARPA had signed contracts with the company RedX Defense, where Dugan’s self-involved. It justified this by saying that the company possessed unique technologies for the detection of explosives.
Posted: March 14th, 2012 | Author: evergreenccwest | Filed under: Google | Tags: 000 million dollars, 1, Google
It is curious how Google is still the default search engine in Safari iDevice with the rivalry between Mountain View and Cupertino. Android and IOS maintain a battle of the giants in the mobile market and Apple has already taken some steps to independence from Google, the most recent example is found in the removal of Google Maps in iPhoto.
That being the case why Google still appears in the iDevice? According to analyst Ben Schachter says the search engine company pays all the years 1,000 million to be the default option in the iPhone, iPhone and iPod Touch. The reason is obviously all mobile traffic it gets. Do not forget that between Android and IOS accumulate almost 75% share in the global market for smartphones.
According to Schachter Google would get a net profit of 300 million dollars. Definitely a deal for the search. The missing Google Maps does not cause much economic damage but the question is what if the agreement was broken and everyone went their own way?
Apple would have to use another search engine to offer the service but honestly, I see a default iDevice using Bing or Yahoo. It would be interesting to see how much affect use another platform and Google. In the case of the Mountain View company is the most obvious example: would receive every year 1,300 million dollars, if we take as reference the figures Schachter.
That said, who you think benefits most from this agreement and who would lose more if the situation came to an end? Google gets the benefits are clearer, however I get Apple to change it is difficult to measure. Would you use the iDevice least people have not Google by default?
Posted: March 10th, 2012 | Author: evergreenccwest | Filed under: Google | Tags: API +, Google
If there is a difference, and much, Google + Facebook is the lack of a powerful API in the first one. What does this mean? That other developers can not build external applications that provide the platform for new features. For example, even the most basic action, such as self-publish the content of a particular blog in Google +, has to be done manually in the absence of tools that permit.
+ Google knows this and, indeed, is precisely what is intended. As recognized by Vic Gundotra, Google executive in charge of the social network, he is to blame for this to happen as they do not want the streams of people be overwhelmed by third-party tools to publish updates automatically. Of course, this does not mean that Google + API will not be publicly available, but when it does will be final and will surely come with restrictions to avoid the saturation of information.
Posted: June 12th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Google
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Posted: May 9th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Google, internet
Having a Search engine optimization or SEO business is considerably one of the most profitable venture one can have today. Since online marketing has become more relevant, the role of SEO has also become an integral part of many businesses. And what is interesting about it is that one can run a small business seo right at home. With just a laptop or PC with Internet connection, you can start this kind of business and communicate with clients and potential clients online. However, you should still understand how to effectively manage your SEO business even if it still a small one.
Posted: March 8th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Google, Software | Tags: facebook, Google, image editing, online photo editor, photo editing programs, picnik
Google has taken Picnik. The small company Picnik offers a free online photo editing program that is operated via the browser. Picnik users need to install any software. In the basic versions of Picnik is free. Google integrates Picasa Picnik in its service.
Picnik allows a Flash-based image processing in the browser functions such as cutting, turning, special effects. The basic functions are completely free, more than 2 million people per month use Picnik. There is a connection to Web 2.0 services like Flickr, Facebook and PhotoWorks. Google integrates free online photo editor Picnik now in his pictures, manage Picasa. The 20-man team from Picnik is also integrated: Within the Seattle draw the people in the local offices of Google do. Picnik is a good example of cloud computing: rather than have to install on your own computer software for image editing, to reach the user through their web browser to it. The application itself runs on servers from Picnik. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: February 12th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Google
It is a nice feature that has just joined the site for sharing videosYouTube.
Blocking content deemed “unacceptable” will now be delegated to users ….
In a blog contribution, Jamie Davidson, in charge of products at YouTube, said that some users wanted more control over what they are viewing.
“We have implemented the Safety Mode (safe mode), an optional setting that helps to filter the content that you prefer not to look or you do not want certain members of your family watch” says Jamie Davidson.
In practice, if the “Safety Mode” is enabled, users should ensure that research on certain keywords HAPPENS actually on video.
A good place for parents who wish to leave their young children watch cartoons in peace.
Note however that the general conditions of use of YouTube already prohibit any publication of pornographic, erotic or violent.