That’s nearly $1,000 per year spent on news. Yet, none of these expensive subscriptions are going to help me if I encounter paid content in Google, assuming it does make it more visible. I’m unlikely to pay $100 to $300 for an annual subscription to a new publication to read a single article I’ve happened upon in my search results. Even a trial offer means dealing with a form that will likely take longer to read than the news article I wanted. … [Read more...] about Is It Time For Google To Rank News Content Behind Paywalls Better?
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Now showing how Ice Cream Sandwich can detect where someone’s head is and move perspective on a screen based on that. … [Read more...] about Live Blogging The Google I/O 2011 Day 1 Keynote
Google Gears: Dead Gears effectively died in February 2010, when Google made it official that building browser/cloud-based apps with HTML 5 was the way forward, for the future. … [Read more...] about Where Are They Now? Products Announced During Past Google I/O Keynotes
If I have time later, I’ll document the Byzantine process it takes to inform you of copyright infringement. Then after a week, you eventually ask for a lengthy DMCA request to be filled out. … [Read more...] about 25 Things I Hate About Google, Revisited 5 Years Later
Another similarity is that the iPad depends on the iTunes marketplace for apps. I suspect that Chrome will grow more as its own Chrome Web Store develops more apps within it. I also suspect Chrome might become more acceptable to some people if it grew some more native utilities and added things you expect from an actual computer - better file navigation, better visual displays. … [Read more...] about The Google Chrome OS Cr-48 Notebook