The Culture of Free and The Future of Google

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. […]

WebRTC RTCPeerConnection interoperability between Firefox and Chrome

RTCPeerConnection (also known simply as PeerConnection or PC) interoperability means that developers can now create Firefox WebRTC applications that make direct audio/video calls to Chrome WebRTC applications without having to install a third-party plugin. Because the functionality is now baked into the browser, users can avoid problems with first-time installs and buggy plugins, and developers […]

Google Maps HeatMap Layer

Some time last week, Google has (finally) released a HeatMap Layer for Google Maps. The Heatmap Layer provides client side rendering of heatmaps. A heatmap is a visualization used to depict intensity of data at geographical points. When the Heatmap Layer is enabled, a colored overlay will appear on top of the map. By default, […]