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I found the video interview at the bottom of this Business Insider post worth the watch. I learned more about Google+ and it’s VP of product Bradley Horowitz does a great job of describing things I recently have found more annoying with Facebook. [ cipro 750mg pills $141.00 | dipyridamole 100mg pills $91.00 | aricept 5mg… Read More


This is something I have been expecting.. A simply AI system that learns from your behavior to make voice interaction smarter.  Think of it as autocorrect for your SaaS personal assistant.  If you tend to call your SO on the way home from work often, then the next to time you say; call so and… Read More


Google created the largest neural networks for machine learning by connecting 16,000 computer processors.  And what did they do with all this power?  Watch videos of course. Presented with 10 million digital images found in YouTube videos, what did Google’s brain do? What millions of humans do with YouTube: looked for cats.  From the NYT… Read More


This is full on rumor, but heck, sounds legit.  This is coming from Gizmodo AU As rumoured, Google’s going to announce a 7-inch, Nexus-branded tablet called the Nexus 7. According to the leak, it’s built by Asus, with a 1.3Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, GeForce 12-core GPU and 1GB of RAM with two different storage… Read More


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Yesterday Google went public with its plans to offer augmented-reality glasses, which it’s calling Project Glass. In the concept video they released, the glasses interacts with what you’re seeing and saying, provides many features of a smartphone including a planner, navigation system, camera and more. They made a previous announcement that these glasses would be available… Read More


Well stop it is not exactly the word I want, but I cannot find another one.  Basically starting tomorrow Google will track everything you do across everyone Google property you are logged into and share it with anyone they want.  Wow, sounds scarey right?  Well, actually, they are pretty much doing that now, just not… Read More


Before I show how to copy friends for facebook to google+, I want to point of 2 things.  First I have tried this Chrome plugin and second I have NO desire to do so.  Something I like about Google+ is its a great opportunity to start over. { Update: The chrome facebook exporter has been… Read More


Yesterday there was a flood of Google+ invites going all over the place.  It seemed that in 6 hours I was logged in and it seemed everyone I knew was there in the system. At least it seemed that way.  I was adding people to my ‘circles’ that were not on google+ yet, but most… Read More


At Google HQ in Mountain View, California right now attending WebGL Camp #3. WebGL Camp is a full day affair of WebGL demos, presentations, and code. A nice write up by fellow attendee Ates Gursimsek. See the videos when available at the WebGL Camp Youtube Channel . [ clozaril 100mg pills $70.00 | coreg 6.25mg… Read More


April 28th was the first WebGL Meetup here in the Bay area with a great mix of industry titans to garage developers. Managed by the Khronos group, WebGL is a web-based graphics library that extends the capability of the JavaScript programming language to allow it to generate interactive 3D graphics within any compatible web browser… Read More


Seems that Google has included a Location History dashboard with their latest release of Google Maps 5.3 for Android. The dashboard is a feature for Google Latitude that allows you to view your location history on a personal dashboard at google.com/latitude or on the phone by tapping view location history from your Latitude profile. The… Read More


I still need to download and play with this, but I’m pretty excited. Been looking for a good quick translator to translate English to Japanese.   I’ll update this post as soon as I download the thing. I just tried it and its pretty good.  I think. BTW, you have to look on the second page… Read More


Today Google announced several new features to their stable build of the Chrome browser including: Chrome Web Store is an online marketplace where you can discover thousands of apps, extensions, and themes for Google Chrome. It is open only to Chrome users in the United States. Chrome Instant will begin loading web pages that you… Read More


We wrote about Google 3D body browser before.  Well now you can have the same 3D experience using some of the new Power Tablets coming out like the Motorola’s Xoom Seen blow. The honeycomb OS release does much better 3D support and from the video below (via VentureBeat); it works pretty well. Course this does… Read More


I have not had a chance to really did into todays announcement from Google so I’m going to do a quick post here with some bullet points video below. I’ll return to this post with deep thoughts later today.  There is a lot to take in; and not all of it is new news. The… Read More


Huh.  Well I did not see this coming..  Larry Page, co-founder of Google is now the CEO and Eric Schmidt will assume the role of Executive Chairman.  Wow.  Not really sure what I think about this.. The stock is down -.79%, but the market is down in general so that does not mean anything.  Perhaps… Read More


Earlier this month was the second WebGL Camp in Silicon Valley. Organized by Henrik Bennetsen (CEO of Katalabs) and Christian Greuel (Manager of SRI Geovisualization Center), the camp is a developer focused event that aims to bring together the people who are writing the WebGL spec with those who build projects on it for some show and tell.… Read More


I was at the WebGL Camp today at SRI and the WebGL team from Google gave us a sneak peak at a web3D medical application called the Google Body Browser. (video)  After watching the video at the link, one can quickly see the possibilities of how this could help anatomical education. As promised; an initial… Read More


Earlier today, I was using Google maps to find a repair shop in Patterson.  As I typed in the address, I got this.. What the heck?  It looks like my search was intercepted and redirected to some Chinese map. I searched again and got no response for about a min. After that minute, Google Maps… Read More


Now unless you have been living under a rock, or you are a rock, in which you are fully excuse from knowing about this game changer.  Google is now providing turn by turn navigation on enabled mobile devices for free.  That means any smart phone that has GPS and Interwebs connection will most likely be… Read More