There's currently a lot of gossip about a potential Google Calendar offering, and today RedMonk analyst Stephen O'Grady picked up on Jeremy Zawodny's take. Like most, O'Grady, who's impressed by Gmail and Google Maps, thinks Google can easily out-innovate other browser-based calendars.
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"Clearly, there is no place in modern reporting for this kind of unregulated, unprotected access to readily available facts, let alone in capriciously using them to illustrate areas of concern." ZDNet UK issued its response today to the billowing controversy between our sister site News.
In his latest "Alert Highlight," (it might as well be called a blog), AMR’s Bruce Richardson muses over the "Google Economy," a subject not suffering from any lack of coverage these days. His final of five points stood out and deserves some attention:No.
Chief exec says company can weather a downturn because it's not dependent on any one particular market.(From Reuters)
Google says more than 40 million students, teachers and administrators are actively using Google Apps for Education.
The just-retired CEO will also serve on the board of director's audit committee.
Google chose broad mix of industry segments to develop enterprise applications for Glass, ranging from medical and media to sports and entertainment.
Users will now find a ranked, real-time list of trending stories on the Google Trends homepage, with data gleaned from YouTube and Google News, in addition to Search.
The eclectic mix of nonprofits seems to have unique propositions on how Glass can be incorporated into their missions.
In a 4-1 vote, regulators give their blessing to the controversial union, despite outcry from competitors and privacy advocates.