When looking at appointments today I saw a birthday appointment for someone I barely knew. Strange. I’d already deactivated iCal and Facebook birthday calendars […] But today, there was a new calendar in my Gmail group called “Birthdays”. […] Upon further investigation, I learned that the Birthday calendar displays birthdays of people in your Google+ […]
We’re now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they’ll take you where you want to go! We’ll use these vehicles to test our software and learn what it will really take to bring this technology into the world.
Jaywalking pedestrians. Cars lurching out of hidden driveways. Double-parked delivery trucks blocking your lane and your view. At a busy time of day, a typical city street can leave even experienced drivers sweaty-palmed and irritable. That’s why over the last year we’ve shifted the focus of the Google self-driving car project onto mastering city street […]
Follow-up on the aforementioned Phonebloks
Last May, in partnership with NASA, Google announced the Quantum A.I. Lab, a place where researchers from around the world can experiment with the incredible powers and possibilities of quantum computing. Google Quantum A.I. Lab Team →
KitKat 4.4 → Can’t follow? Read this first
Two salesmen whose careers have been torpedoed by the digital age find their way into a coveted internship at Google, where they must compete with a group of young, tech-savvy geniuses for a shot at employment.
Using Inactive Account Manager, you can decide if and when your account is treated as inactive, what happens with your data and who is notified. A few years ago I stumbled upon a WordPress plugin that did the same, can’t find it back though :-S Google Inactive Account Manager →
Anyone who still believes that Google is all about giving everything away for free, hasn’t really paid attention to just how much Google has changed. Google is not a free service anymore. It’s a premium service where you pay for what you use via Google Drive. Lengthy article definitely worth your time; Highly recommended read. […]
Update 2013.03.18: Just took Tiny Tiny RSS for a spin. It works as advertised (it collects your feeds and you can stroll through them), but I found it not that great (the concept of the reading pane just doesn’t work, some frontend bugs, couldn’t get the authentication plugin to work although it was enabled, etc.). […]