Archive for the ‘google’ Category
Google Labs is always hard at working churning new and innovative app made by Google employees in their 20% time. And this time, there’s a whole flurry of apps that you just might be interested in. They have recently announced some really cool apps that just might get your attention. Try them while they are still fresh!!
We love our Gmail, and we have another reason to. As announced, Gmail calling(only available in the U.S.) is now free till the end of 2011. And all in the spirit of giving, don’t you love that?
As we approach a new year of 2011, Google has posted a blog post on how it went green in the year 2010. It is interesting to see how committed Google to going green and it is implied that we can see more efforts by Google to be even greener next year.
Love it or hate it, rich text signatures are coming to your Gmail. It took quite a while and it’s finally here. Though, it’s only for the latest desktop version of Gmail and not for the HTML and mobile version, but that is a great leap forward so far. More info at their blog post.
OK — it has arrived, the supposedly Twitpocalypse is taking place now and some Twitter clients have been taken down with it. (though not as large-scale as expected) Some examples include the Twitterrific for iPhone [details here] which I am currently using as well as TweetDeck and Destroy Twitter. The Twitpocalypse website has also updated and is now showing that the unique identifier associated to each tweet has now exceeded 2,147,483,647 which means some Twitter clients will start to crash or malfunction. Other than that, the Twitter website seems to be working fine. We will be keeping more updates on this.