Much like most product launches from Google, the Nexus 6 will come to Canada a little later than the USA, oh and at a slightly higher cost!
In this eBook, learn from companies that have migrated to Google Apps and explore the results from key IT leaders on what they have achieved so far, as well as the lessons they have learned. [Read more…]
Google Unveils Nexus 9 Tablet – Running Android 5.0 Lollipop – Available for pre-order starting on October 17th [Read more…]
The following comes from Motorola: With Nexus 6, we’ve worked with Google to bring you a bigger phone with more everything. More screen. More speed. More power. And, it’s the best Android experience ever with: [Read more…]
UK government Business Secretary, Vince Cable, has announced two new measures that give the green light for driverless cars to take to UK roads from January 2015. [Read more…]
Google has this week announced that Google Coordinate will now be included with every Maps Engine Pro subscription ($5/user/month). Recall, Google Maps Coordinate, is the mobile and web app that lets teams assign jobs and share their locations with each other in real-time. Now Maps Coordinate will be much more accessible to businesses and individuals through better pricing, easier sign up and support for any Google account (you no longer have to be just an Google Apps customer).
Last fall Google introduced Maps Engine Pro as a new tool to give businesses and individual users an easy-to-use tool for collaborative map creation. With the combination of Maps Engine Pro and Coordinate, we’re excited to upgrade our customers’ ability to communicate, organize and make decisions with location-based insights. See video source HERE
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Google Inc’s bid to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of violating federal wiretap law when it accidentally collected e-mails and other personal data while building its popular Street View program. [Read more…]
Apple is no longer the most valuable brand in the world. It lost the top spot to Google! But what are the reasons behind Tim Cook’s downfall? It turns out that Steve Jobs’s renowned tendency to ruthlessly refine his products still cultivated by Apple might actually work against the company. Conversely, Google’s fast, aggressive and varied product turnovers may have contributed to its 40% rise in value in 2014. [Read more…]