Like a Tablet with a Keyboard Chromebook is not unlike a tablet with a build-in keyboard. And it’s priced (some would say too high) in the same range as an iPad. The cheapest available Chromebook, from Acer, is $349 — a full $150 less expensive than the entry level iPad. At the high end, there’s a Samsung 3G version that retails for $499, the price of the WiFi iPad. … [Read more...] about Is Chromebook Google’s True iPad Competitor?
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Now Chrome OS. Worked hard to make it as much as possible as just the web. Easier to show than talk, so we’re geting a full demo. Open the lid, choose connectivity, accept terms and conditions, then check for updates. Then login to your machine. Then take a picture. Now in the notebook. Zero to done in 60 seconds on brand new machine (because it was pulling data from his other machine). … [Read more...] about The Google Chrome OS Notebook Launch Event
Sergey: No they’re not (links aren’t enough), and we decided that in 1999. We use various link algorithms, but they’re 1%. There are 100 signals that we use now. We have to continue to develop. Part is that there’s spam. The web also evolves. We’re able to do a much better job than we did a year ago. If we rested on our laurels and stuck with the paper we published in 1998, we’d be pretty stuck right now. … [Read more...] about Sergey Brin & Eric Schmidt Talking Google With The Press
No ability to create custom reports or dashboards in the Firebase interface Limited amount of event parameters (50) can be seen in Firebase reports (plus you have to register them in order to see any, they don’t just appear in your reports) Limit of 10 conversion events in Firebase (compared to 20 goals per view in legacy Google Analytics for apps) But – you do get some automated event tracking with Firebase, such as for screenviews! If you’re looking for more differences between the two, you can read my earlier post: … [Read more...] about Choosing Between Firebase and Google Analytics SDKs for App Tracking
Google Cloud Platform Users are Now More Secure Google rolled out a Cloud Security Command Center, a platform that ensures data security and identifies potential data threats of all Google Cloud Platform (GCP) clients. The service allows enterprises to gather security data, pinpoint possible issues, and react to them before they lead to any damages. The Cloud SCC makes an inventory of a company’s entire cloud assets via App Engine, Compute Engine, Cloud Storage, and Cloud Datastore. As a result, such a helicopter view on all the enterprise’s data helps the service quickly identify which resources are frequently being used, where the confidential information is stored, and what changes occur in cloud assets, so that you can take timely action in case some unauthorized changes get spotted. … [Read more...] about Google News Digest: The Mobile-First Index and Mobilegeddon are Here