Google+, the search giant’s answer to Facebook, is currently in a “limited field test.” However, it looks like Google has opened the floodgates to the masses.
The Google+ project is the company’s social initiative that brings friend streams, group video chat and group texting to Google’s millions of users. Check out our review of Google+ if you want to learn more. Read More
Apple is promising big news tomorrow, asking customers to “Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes“.
The ad is currently running on all of the Apple home pages and is showing the time of the announcement for California, New York, London and Tokyo.
Often iTunes related news is available in the US first, later becoming available in the UK and elsewhere. This time, it looks like the news will definitely apply simultaneously the world over. Read More
More and more and more and more of our conventional desktop applications are moving to the web. We are on the edge of the online age where the network really is the platform. Google Docs, calendars, wikis, social interaction and collaboration are becoming a day to day normal activity, not just for techies but the average computer user.
More and more files are being stored centrally in ‘the cloud’, so we can conveniently access them from anywhere. What effect will these changes make to the ways with which we interact with the data? Read More