Google is stepping up their game with the announcement of in app payments. A couple of HUGE advantages that Google is leveraging in draw in developers are: 1) with a single line of code (according to Google), in app payments can be integrated into any application, regardless of where the application is hosted. 2) […]
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Microsoft is getting a lot of attention today over their Office 365 product launch, which will actually be part of a release party in New York City. The Office 365 product is basically Microsoft’s attempt to bring their production suite of software, a.k.a. Microsoft Office, to the web (or the cloud as they would call […]
It’s interesting to me that Verizon is now offering what they call Google Apps for Verizon. This is basically a bundled package deal for Verizon small and medium size business customers to start leveraging Google Apps. Verizon will be charging enterprise clients $3.99 per month / per user for those who just want to use […]
If any of you have the Motorola Backflip you probably have noticed that AT&T has taken out all of the main Google Apps. Well that won’t be the case with the Dell Aero, AT&T has put up a sign up page for the Dell Aero listing some of the handsets tech specs. The page states […]
9308 Android (Google Android) Apps Hit The Market in March One measurement of growth in the mobile market can simply be the number of apps that are added to a particular platform. If you look at the Google Android OS market space, then you won’t have to dig very deep to see that Android is […]
Google Announced Apps Marketplace YouTube Channel To help customers find useful applications for their Google Apps platform, Google has just announced a new Google Apps Marketplace YouTube Channel. The Apps Marketplace YouTube Channel will help vendors connect to Google Apps end users more efficiently.
Google Apps Cuts Orlando City IT Costs By 62 Percent Google Apps is the premier enterprise solution that pushes email, calendaring, communication and collaboration to the web (or the cloud). According to WebProNews, the City of Orlando has cut costs by 62% since they’ve switched over to the Google Apps platform. According to WebProNews,