If China and Google were listed as a couple on Facebook, right now they’d have to change their status to ‘It’s Complicated’, as China’s state-run Xinhua news agency expressed an angry and pointed criticism of Google’s behavior. For weeks now, rumors have been swirling that Google is about to pull out of China after it… Continue reading Chinese Media to Google: No, You Suck!
Google’s in big, big trouble in the UK, where military chiefs and MPs are furious with the company after a Street View glitch saw images of a top secret military base published on the Web. And it’s not just any military base, it is the headquarters of the UK’s most elite force, the SAS, reports… Continue reading SAS Attacks Google For StreetView Blunder
Nobody has their hands in as many industries as Google. Nobody. As early as this summer, we may begin to see GoogleTV – the internet TV joint venture between Google, Sony and Intel – taking over our living rooms. The service would allow internet streaming content to be broadcast on your TV as easily as… Continue reading Google Poised to Invade Yet Another Market: Your Living Room
Where Microsoft and Apple have failed, Google, those arrogant so-and-so’s, think they can succeed. Today, the New York Times reported the massive search company is teaming up with both Intel and Sony to produce technology to take control of your living room. Details are sketchy so far, and no-one quite knows if ‘GoogleTV’, as the… Continue reading Google, Intel and Sony Team Up for GoogleTV
GetJar researchers reckon the CD is a dead format and smartphone applications are the new rock and roll, predicting the dollar value of app sales made in 2012 will be far greater than that of CDs. They say mobile apps will generate $17.5 billion of revenues by 2012. The research also claims that in 2009,… Continue reading Death by Smartphone: Apps Beat CD Sales
Google’s older ‘Don’t be evil’ mantra still generates hysterical laughter over at Apple headquarters, but the rivalry will become even more intense now tech firm Marvell has demonstrated its very own tablet eReader, an iPad competitor that’s powered by Google’s Android OS. The 10-inch prototype was shown at the Future of Publishing Summit in New… Continue reading Apple vs. Google War Puts iPad At Risk