I can’t believe that I now have Google’s Priority Inbox on my google apps account. That was incredibly quick. I am very impressed.This opens up a whole new world to those who are too busy to filter all of the mail that comes into their inbox. Google’s Priority Inbox will do this for you as… Continue reading Untitled
Thanks to a partnership with Vlingo , owners of Android 2.0 or higher-equipped phones can now check in to Foursquare and update their status on Facebook and Twitter simply by speaking into their phones. To try it out, download the free Vlingo app to your Android handset. Using your voice, you can then update your… Continue reading Android Users Can Now Check In To Foursquare By Using Their Voice
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong hinted that this was coming, but this morning Google and AOL announced a five-year renewal of the search deal between the two companies. Google will continue to power search across AOL’s content network and properties. The partnership will be expanded to include mobile search and YouTube. Armstrong said in a statement… Continue reading AOL And Google Renew Search Deal For 5 Years, Expand Partnership To Mobile, YouTube
By Andrew R Hickey, CRN 9:26 AM EST Wed. Sep. 01, 2010 Google this week pulled the curtain off a new Gmail feature dubbed Priority Inbox that lets users categorize e-mail messages in a way that bubbles the ones deemed most important to the top. Gmail Priority Inbox puts messages into three groups: important, starred… Continue reading 3 Reasons Google Gmail Priority Inbox Is An E-Mail Game-Changer
Filed under: Windows, Microsoft Microsoft bringing back three-license Windows 7 Family Pack by Lee Mathews (RSS feed) Sep 1st 2010 at 9:00AM People were pretty excited when Microsoft officially announced the Windows 7 Family Pack, and with licenses for three machines for $150, there was good reason for that excitement. Last year, the limited run… Continue reading Microsoft bringing back three-license Windows 7 Family Pack
Whoa, this came out of left-field. Amazon just announced that its Video on demand service will be serving up $.99 ABC and Fox rentals just like Apple wait, no, these are $.99 per episode — like you actually own the content rather than just having a short window to watch. Plus, it’s not just limited… Continue reading Amazon Unveils $.99 Fox And ABC TV Show Purchases. Apple Fanboys say wha?
Facebook is in what’s called a recruiting sweet spot right now. Out of control growth in users and revenue and a nearly certain IPO run in the near future. That’s when employee growth expands at the greatest rate for a company as it grows from hundreds to thousands and then tens of thousands of employees.… Continue reading Google Making Extraordinary Counteroffers To Stop Flow Of Employees To Facebook