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Google has released its Chrome Remote Desktop app for iOS, allowing users to remotely access their PCs using their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.
The search giant thinks there's even more reasons to meet face-to-face, thanks to improvements in its video-chat Google Hangouts features.
Google is remaining tight-lipped about unconfirmed reports it has signed a deal to buy video game streaming platform Twitch for US$1 billion.
Google has launched its Chromebox for Meetings enterprise video conferencing product in Australia, with the platform able to accommodate over 100 meeting participants at once.
Google has announced KitKat for Glass as it launches a one day sale open to anyone in the US.
Expanded relationship builds on CDW's burgeoning services and solutions for Google Chromebooks, including a new video collaboration offering.
Chromebox for meetings fuses two of Google's most collaboration-friendly products: Google+ Hangouts and Google Apps.
You could previously stream Google video content via YouTube and this new application simply presents you with a better user interface to access and stream this content.
You didn't think a video shot on Google Glass was the only treat that the Internet giant had in store today, did you?
Trick or treat?
It's no coincidence that global enterprise video conferencing sales are tanking as Google and others step up their game.
Google has done a good job with the Chrome browser on mobile platforms. The beta version rivals the desktop experience on Android and is lightning fast, which is shown on video.
Houston Zoo is using Google Glass to give patrons a look at workers with the animals not normally seen.
If you weren't excited about Google Glass already...well, the Internet giant isn't planning to leave you alone anytime soon.
In 2011, Google announced its intention to abandon the popular H.264 video standard in favor of its own open-source codec, VP8. That inspired legal threats from H.264 patent holders. Today the two groups announced a settlement.
Google Chrome and Mozilla FireFox users can make video calls to each other without the need for third party plug-ins.
Google-owned video sharing site has reportedly reached out to video producers to submit applications to create for-pay "channels"; first paid channels may be introduced in second quarter this year.
Google today released a dedicated Google Maps for iPhone and iPod Touch, three months after Apple opted to go native and remove Google's software from its platform.
It looks like the FTC is poised to finally do more than posture around Google's alleged anti-competitive practices. In a roundtable discussion Friday, I argued that this is really just a colossal waste of taxpayer money.
There are three big changes heading for the web that businesses should pay attention to if they want to stay ahead of the curve.
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