Though more informed people seem to be treating the notion as speculative or wistful, it seems clear to me that Google intends to deliver the underlying service of Google Reader in Google Plus. Instead of subscribing to the RSS, you simply follow the blog in question.* This makes sense and is the obvious evolution of Google Plus as your "Window to the World."
(1 day ago)
Though Google Reader addicts are in mourning, they should have seen it coming. It's not the kind of product that makes sense for Google in the longer run.
(2 months and 4 days ago)
Google held its annual Google I/O conference this week in San Francisco. It was highlighted by a lengthy keynote that rambled about at times, in which Google unveiled a dizzying array of new features and services that have awesome potential to transform technology and how we use it...as long as you're willing to grant Google virtually carte blanche access to monitor and...
(2 days ago)
If you like Evernote, you'll love a cooler Evernote. At least that's what Google's banking on. Google just announced and released its new organizational app: Google Keep. Evernote's app is highly rated and extremely popular, so Google has some stiff competition. Google presented Keep in a blog post on Wednesday, and the features look impressive. With Keep, users can write...
(2 months ago)
In a simple change loaded with political significance, Google has changed the the subheadline on its Palestinian edition from "Palestinian Territories" to "Palestine."
(15 days ago)
New notification features for Google Now and richer voice recognition capabilities in searches on mobile devices and desktops further makes Google the one to beat.
(3 days ago)
Google announced that it is making a "play" (pun intended) for the education market, on Wednesday. The company unveiled its Google Play for Education initiative at Google I/O 2013.Apple has dominated the education market for...
(3 days ago)
There's no question the kind of data collection Google has to do in the background to power its Google Now service can be a little intrusive -- perhaps too intrusive for some. But it also makes the results extremely useful.
(15 days ago)
Google appears to be moving more aggressively into gaming and looking to make it more social. The search and advertising giant's timing makes sense considering Google I/O will be held this week and includes a schedule packed with gaming-themed sessions. Plenty of games are already available for Android devices through Google Play. But Android Police got its hands on...
(6 days ago)
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