By Genuine Administrator + June 1st, 2009
The world is about to change, and Google is responsible (again)…
During day 2 of Google I/O, they dropped a bombshell called Google WAVE, which will without a doubt revolutionize online communication through an OpenSource browser-based collaborative protocol that will surely replace emails within the next three to five years…
Built by the same engineering team who [...]
By Genuine Administrator + October 24th, 2008
Constantly updating themselves by providing high quality web services to its users, Google have certainly took the world by storm, and as such, we have gathered some of the most recent and useful Google Updates for you to learn more about what’s going on over there at the Googleplex. Of course, one of Google’s most [...]
By Genuine Administrator + May 10th, 2008
In starting our most recent Google Update with some bad news for Grand Central users in America that was reported by TechCrunch:
GrandCentral, Google’s $50 million phone company, has been down all morning (see overview of service here). And that means every single user who has started using their GrandCentral phone number isn’t able [...]
By Genuine Administrator + April 4th, 2008
Knowing it’s been quite sometime since we discussed the Search Giants (Google, Yahoo and Microsoft), we figured it best to keep you posted on all three within a single culminated update covering the months past since Microsoft made their unsolicited bid for Yahoo.
The first thing we noticed was that Microsoft did not only bid for [...]
There can be no denying that Google News is always the most interesting of news, simply proven by the following updates, which all start with an ever-interesting experiment by Google using Flex and Flash as an alternative engine for search.
Go check-out SearchMash Flash today! Or read more from TechCrunch:
When you mouse over a search result, [...]
Perhaps (in fact big enough for us to create the Yahoo Updates category) the biggest and most important piece of news this blog has so far seen in it’s two years of existence came spilling off from the Microsoft PressPass pages on the 1st of February 2008 when they reported on a proposal to acquire [...]
This is not the first time we have discussed Google Interview questions, but in light of our own recent interviews, we are seriously considering whether or not to adopt some of these (or similar such) questions into our own process:
1. How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?
3. How much should you charge [...]