If you didn’t know Google tracks everything that we do. If you have a Google account then they are tracking all of the websites you go to, what you search and much more. Because of this they can serve us ads that cater to our interests. I’m sure you’ve seen those in your search results or even in Gmail. So how much does Google really know about you? This Infographic will get you the details.
If you own a business, then there is a chance that you will be looking for a way in which you can share your files so that people can work remotely. This type of working is becoming more and more popular in the modern world, with companies realizing that they don’t really have any need to pay to run an office when their employees could do exactly the same work from the comfort of their own home. This would save money for the company, and would also mean that the employee could cut down on the amount of time that they spent travelling to and from the office, as well as removing travel expenses. Here, we will explore more about just some of the benefits of Google Apps.
Productivity hasn’t been regarded as one of the positive aspects of the web browser. Instead it has been viewed as a sieve of never ending distractions. I don’t agree with this viewpoint, however. Although there are several websites on the internet that distract the mind, it is also true that the web is full of productivity enhancing tools. Many of these are available only on the internet. To-do lists and task managers are considered the best among these tools. Checking things off a list as the jobs are performed is a great productivity enhancer. Google Chrome, the net browser is full of things like extensions and task management apps that are great at getting things done. Let us take a look at some of the best extensions out there.
However, some investment analysts are predicting Google will be bigger and more valuable than Microsoft, why is this? The answer lies in what can only be called the startup culture of Google, or as has been coined, the dynamic corporation. First, let’s take a quick look at the journey of the Google stock before looking at three reasons why Google could very well be more valuable in the near future. Google is a much younger company and listed in 2004 at $100 per share. Today, with the share trading at $800 and assuming we exclude the recent share split, your one share investment will have netted you $700 more in just 9 years. Financial analysts however predict Google could go as high as $1600 in the next few years; why is this?
We expect Google to refresh their Nexus lineup with a new device by the end of the year, but in the meantime we are hearing reports that Google and LG will be launching an improved version of the Nexus 4. This new device would be announced at the Google I/O conference in May and it might go on sale a few weeks later. According to SidhTech, Google will reveal a 32GB version of the Nexus 4 that will support both LTE and CDMA.
Google has recently sold their first batch of the very anticipated Google Glass interactive eyewear. Some of the first people to order it are trying to make a lot more off the $1,500 eyewear by selling them on eBay. One eBay listing was all the way up to $81,566 before it was taken down. To discourage people from selling their Glass eyewear Google is threatening to remotely deactivate the the devices.
For many mobile users, note-taking apps and services are an indispensable tool to keep track of their schedule and tasks. In fact, Apple mobile users have long been enjoying the built-in Note feature on their devices for creating basic to-do list, while others refer to Evernote and Workflowy for more elaborate note-taking tasks. Fortunately, Google is jumping into the bandwagon. With what appears as a long overdue reply to Evernote and Apple’s built-in Note feature, Google has just unveiled its own note-taking service app called Keep, giving Android phone users a faster way to make and save reminders and notes.
Some fierce rivalries in the tech industry have played out over the last decade or so, and it has been fascinating to see how this plays out in the field of tech PR. Many of these struggles have led to much acrimony and lawsuits. In many ways though, consumers actually benefit from these rivalries as each main player tries to outdo each other in product and service offerings. Here are a couple of some of the most famous rivalries that have garnered much attention in tech PR.
Google Glass has been in and out of the news for the past couple of years. It is Google’s augmented reality eyewear. Finally we are getting a look of what it would be like to own one of these nifty sets of glasses. Google has released a “How It Feels” video today on YouTube that gives you an idea of what it would be like to wear Google Glass and some of the functionality.
There has been a lot of Android news lately, especially with the release of the Nexus 7 from Google. With their low cost Android tablets are very popular, but are they just a novelty item or something that you can use to get real work done? After having my ASUS Transformer tablet for quite some time I believe you can be quite productive on an Android device. So I have put together a quick guide that highlights some great apps and products that you can use to be productive using your Android device.
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