Ricky Antonio Marin asks: Will the thing that destroys Android be fragmentation? I think the thing that destroys Android is ultimately what destroys any powerful ecosystem: outside forces, potentially ones that don’t even exist yet. Yes, there’s a fair amount of fragmented experiences that Android users suffer… but Google has been working diligently on minimizing […]
Interesting question from Emmanuel Acosta: If you had the chance to work for Microsoft, Google and android, name 2 things you would change and why? This question definitely gives the community something to think about and discuss! For me, I’d double down on SaaS if I was at Microsoft, and I’d also expand creator monetization […]
Thinking of switching away from Gmail? Outlook’s webmail service might be a good alternative. If you’d like to switch from Gmail to Outlook’s webmail, you’ll want to read this free resource: How To Migrate from Gmail to Outlook.com
YouTube is enlisting Google+ to fix the world’s worst commenting system and we shall all rejoice because — you know — there are no trolls anywhere on Google+.
Google Wallet is now on iOS! What ever happened to good ol’ NFC, eh? Poor thing. We hardly knew ye.
Google is no longer selling the Nexus 4 in the US. The terrorists have won.
The extra-long Pirillo Vlog 495 has everything! You’ll find doggie lipstick (most likely — and most thankfully — not what you’re probably thinking), Diana’s experience with Google Glass, blue shoes, LEGO sets, and Mater Darth Vader!
Since Google loves “open,” it’s now blocking the Chromecast app that once let you stream your own video to it. Sounds very “open” to me!
Would a self-driving Google robot taxi smell better than a human-driven one and get me less lost in strange cities?
Google talking about buying the NFL’s Sunday Ticket package is like Shia LaBeouf being cast in a Dharma and Greg reboot: I still won’t watch it.
If you thought that information in your Gmail account was private, you might want to think about how Google makes money from free products.
Google is planting random TARDISes (TARDIS? TARDII?) throughout Google Maps in the UK. Who knows where — I hope.
I’m very grateful that T-Mobile stepped up and helped me unbox the Nexus 4 live on YouTube today! Without the fine folks there, viewers would have been forced to watch me drool over the hardware in silence. Android 4.2: Snappiest / most buttery Android device I’ve used. I’m not just saying that either. You won’t […]
I mean that in the most polite way, too. :) There’s a reason that Android is the most widely used smartphone platform today — just like there’s a reason that Windows is still the most widely used platform on desktop computers today. You never heard an argument from me; it was inevitable that Android (or […]