Articles about Google Apps
This isn't the first time that the Google Drive team has put the spotlight on its third-party ecosystem, increasingly becoming an advertising point for cloud services providers.
A whole month with nothing but a Chromebook to use for writing, browsing, image editing, emailing, and communicating. It wasn't easy, but it was easier than I imagined.
Google is tacking on an entry-level option for registered companies, making it easier for more businesses to participate in the Cloud Platform Partner Program.
The Google Maps team has been ramping up its game to serve commercial customers, from app developers to enterprise Apps subscribers.
Registration for Google I/O isn't open yet, but there is at least one big change to know now.
Starting today, Google is moving the next evolution of Maps out of preview mode to become the default mapping desktop experience for all of its users worldwide.
A new fashion-friendly rival to Google Glass has surfaced, focusing on the look of the headset -- but will this prompt further privacy worries?
Stop being rude and creepy, all of you.
Beyond age, Google stipulates that the only other basic requirements are a "curious mind and an Internet connection."
Expanded relationship builds on CDW's burgeoning services and solutions for Google Chromebooks, including a new video collaboration offering.
The Facebook-owned company is taking things a bit further in targeted corporate users and brands to use the photo sharing service.
Chromebox for meetings fuses two of Google's most collaboration-friendly products: Google+ Hangouts and Google Apps.
Here's an example of how technology can impact us in ways that we wouldn't believe
The notification system that will tell you when you need to be somewhere is now coming to desktops as well as mobile
Beginning tomorrow, February 1st, 2014, I'm conducting an experiment that I'm calling "30 days with the Chromebook". At the end of the month, I'll present my Chromebook diary to you.