The biggest revelation coming out of Google I/O wasn't the Nexus 7 or the Nexus Q - it was the fact that Google's manufacturing a gadget in the United States.
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While it might not be called "Chrome for iOS" or anything, the updated Google Search app for iOS is a dead ringer for Chrome OS when running on the iPad.
Google's I/O Day 1 keynote stream was completely down during the event and equally unavailable for most of the day afterward - a total FAIL. Google should used Apple's new iDataCenter.
Apple's rumored speech recognition, music streaming, subscription and locker services could allow it to dominate cloud-base media services. But it's going to have to move quickly.
Google Mobile has been a front page app on my iPhone forever because it allows me to search by voice. Google yesterday updated it and changed is name to Google Search.
Why would an engineer want to work at Google instead of Apple? Mostly because it's more technical and less-product oriented, at least according to an ex-Appler on Quora.
Apple limits aside, Google Voice is an amazing service that tops anything the four major U.S.
I've been a huge advocate of Google Voice for a while, its got a lot of great features, but it's a royal pain on the iPhone.
After I posted a piece about Kai Krause -- the most mysterious man in the world -- Kai reached out to say that he's not a not a recluse hermit, as some have implied.
Google yesterday announced it's new Buzz social networking tool but Google skipped releasing a native iPhone app for Buzz the App Store. I wonder if Google even considered it...