Category Archives: An Alp View
Count Tag Heuer as the latest to join the burgeoning wearable technology watch market.
Way to go Google (Street View) for incorporating immersive-photos of Greenland into this service…
Let’s hope that Monday’s planned rollout is a great success (and not the troll-fest that YouTube itself has far too often devolved into being!)
Akin to how NASA mistakenly allowed their Apollo Space Mission data to not be read (due to hardware / software obsolescence) Vint Cerf (an ‘net pioneer) has raised concerns of a parallel event for today’s data.
However, idealistic… let’s hope that Google’s initiative to take on America’s Telecom Industry is not only real but actually does something that they have failed woefully to do: drive prices down; increase access and services through increased competition!
Rolling Stone magazine’s ‘Cover Wall’ partnership with Google Play is an excellent medium to open up the organization’s coffers to a decentralized, digital base versus sticking to their printed (legacy) orientation.
Google’s ‘Contributor’ allows end-users to pay a nominal-fee (at this juncture anyway) in order to view ad-free websites… look for lots of copy-cat ideas to continue as the ‘net matures and firms seeks additional revenue streams. (Source) BBC: http://goo.gl/hSQ9OA Google Contributor: http://goo.gl/HGaTnp
Well, not literally but metaphorically as it seems this is the underlying message that Samsung has made regarding the announcement of a partnership with Nokia maps. Their decision to become less dependent on Google could have the unintended by-product of … Continue reading
With ‘google-it’ having become some sort of post-modern verb is ‘drone-it’ far behind? Who know? Nevertheless, the firm’s announcement of successfully field-testing (albeit still in the nascent stage regarding distance; payload and real-world disaster conditions) their drones in Australia earlier … Continue reading