In the future, possessing the IM of choice could play a deciding factor in determining the victor of the "feature war", already underway.
Christopher Dawson explores the mystery behind the hottest and fastest growing tech company in the world. Google spoilers inside.
Chris Dawson is a freelance writer, consultant, and policy advocate with 20 years of experience in education, technology, and the intersection of the two.
An update to Google Talk was released just minutes ago. Unlike other releases, this version actually has a couple changes that are visible to users.
With Google's push for people to use their toolbar, it is surprising they have not yet officially released a version compatible with Firefox 1.5 RC1.
Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have products and services that seem to be aligned, however they are definitely not built equal. All three offer services aimed at making the web more personalized.
It looks like TiVo will be letting Yahoo integrate it's "content and services" through TiVo's DVR by allowing users to use yahoo for scheduling recordings remotely.
The "Feature War" between internet giants, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo, has commenced. All three companies have similar products and services that are competing for users' attention.
In a smart move by Google, they now offer webmasters the ability to make money by Referring other webasters to the service
The question isn't "What can Open Office do for Google?", it's "What can Google do for Open Office?"
Google has introduced a few new features for their AdWords service. These new features include an improved keyword tool and the ability to automatically generate site-related keywords simply by providing a URL.
It is very possible that Google is creating their own branded digital television DVR / satellite service.