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After witnessing the battle between Apple’s Steve Jobs and Adobe we knew that somebody was going to eventually step up and offer a device that supports Flash, in all of it’s glory. It appears that Google plans on releasing an Android tablet operating system that does just that.
Mashable reported on their site today that Adobe [...]
Google has just added another bullet point to its’ ever expanding list of search features: the ability to search for any TV show! Finding and watching your favorite TV shows online just got a whole lot easier.
Simply search for the name of the show you are looking for, then click the “Show options” button above [...]
Google is introducing a great new feature to their real-time search that lets you go back in time to see tweets from any moment in the past about any topic. Here’s what Google had to say in their blog post:
“With the advent of blogs and micro-blogs, there’s a constant online conversation about breaking news, [...]
It seems every year the internet becomes the launchpad for countless April fools jokes that sweep through the internet like a plague the odor from the bathroom at work around 2pm David After Dentist. This year the pranksters of the world wide web didn’t disappoint; Google changed its name, Youtube offered the option to watch [...]
Chances are you probably know about Google’s email service, GMail, and have heard of some of their other tools like the new Google Buzz and the time-killing Google Earth. But did you know Google has a ton of other tools that they have developed that can be extremely useful, and sometimes entertaining, for anybody who [...]
Alright, maybe world domination is a bit much. But, when you look at what Google has done in the past month, you’ll understand what I mean. After Google launched Chrome for Mac in early December they really began the jump over Safari, Apple’s internet browser. According to web metrics provider Net Applications, Google’s Chrome took [...]
Newspaper subscriptions have been in decline for a long time now and it’s easy for the struggling publishers to point the finger at who to blame for this issue. It’s not that people aren’t interested in the news anymore, it’s just that people can’t see paying for it anymore.