With the release of Windows 7, it’s certainly easy to get excited with wanting to get your hands on it, check it out, and play around with it. Just like you would on Christmas morning I suppose. But I’m wondering, and noticing, what are people’s habits – what are my habits – when I turn […]
Google has a very solid and consistent mission statement: “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” We see that unfolding in virtually every aspect of where human eyeballs would look to view data. Here are the 2 most recent examples of Google’s stated mission unfolding in real time:
During an onstage interview yesterday at the Gartner Symposium / ITxpo in Orlando, Eric Schmidt, Google CEO, confirmed that the Google Chrome OS (operating system) is coming within the next year. Here are some quotes from Eric Schmidt during the onstage interview yesterday that relate directly to the Google Chrome OS:
First, let me say I’m venting here – I hope that’s ok! And I’m venting because of my frustration with Firefox 3.5, Google Chrome, and Safari web browsers (on computers, not mobiles, iPhones, etc…) Here’s my frustration – and it’s really isolated to 2 specific factors: 1) In Firefox 3.5 (and above), Chrome, and Safari, […]
Are you a Google Apps user? If so, would you find it useful to have desktop icons for your Google Apps Gmail, Calendar, and Docs? I’m not sure how new of a feature this is, but Google Apps now has an easy way to add cool looking icons to your desktop. Once your icons are […]
Google has launched a new site today called WhatBrowser.org. There seems to be only one purpose for this site, initially anyway, and that is to educate you about what a browser is, what it does, and how it works.
As if Microsoft and Internet Explorer didn’t already have anough catching up to do in the browser wars. Now Google has just released famous artist and designer themes that can spruce up your Google Chrome browser. There are lot’s of designs to chose from here, and I can tell you, after trying out a few […]