Most of Google's services have an API that allow developers to create their own applications around those services. Will Google Base be any different?
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Google is smart, they know what they want, and more importantly they know what people want. The answer to both is "information" and "money". Looking at both of these "wants", they must decide how they can do this and stick to their "do no evil" guns.
Maybe Google is gearing up to integrate Google Video with Google Base? Only time will tell, but it definitely looks like they are putting more resources into this service.
Base is Back! Google Base has just come back online.
Since Google Earth has now started to be available for users choosing to "Check for Updates", I have been poking around the dl.google.
From when the service was live, briefly, here is what Google says Google Base will be used for: Google Base is Google’s database into which you can add all types of content. We’ll host your content and make it searchable online for free.
Like Google Web Accelerator, the Google Secure Access client is no longer available to the public. Unfortunately, it is now restricted to only some Mountain View hotspots.
I was thinking about Google Earth today and the physics of making it web-based. With the Google/Sun alliance, I thought it would probably make sense to create a java applet for Google Earth.
Google has been forced to change the name of their service in the UK to Google Mail as of today. As one of our regular readers noticed, his logo had been switching between the regular GMail logo and the new Google Mail logo over the past couple of weeks.
Keeping up with the trend of announcing new product/service releases, it looks as though google has recently released a new version of Google Desktop.A new minor version of Google Desktop according to CaptainK has been silently released.