If you have read my earlier post regarding Google’s New Web Browser – Google Chrome, you are probably thinking when can you actually see the browser in action! Well wait no more, the browser is currently live and available for download from the following Link:
Google now brings video into its empire of Web apps with Google Video for Business, a new service that allows video sharing among employees. The idea behind this is indeed very simple and straight forward – anyone at a company can post a video, but the content will be accessible only to others at the same organization.
Google Chrome is an open source web browser developed by Google using the WebKit rendering engine. The beta release date is scheduled for September 2, 2008.
Google’s Chrome Browser is not a rumor anymore, it’s so real that its almost available to users for download. According to the Google Blog Chrome will become available for download today in more than 100 countries throughout the world.
The best part of Google Chrome is its open source, so in no time you would see hundreds of useful plugins being developed for it (just like firefox). Which will eventually make it yet another competitor of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.
I’m sure many of you are aware of the calculation function that Google Search Engine provides. For example, you can do simple math like : 2+2+193+213-21 (just type it in Google, and it will automatically do the math for you).
But recently ZDNet Australia reported that Google’s calculator has some serious trouble handling math that involves some large numbers.
The Official Google Blog has recently reported that it will start to roll out Google Suggest as the default option for all search performed in Google. Search suggest will let the searcher formulate queries with more ease, reduce spelling errors, and at the same time save keystrokes. An example screenshot is presented below:
Google Docs has recently added an option to upload files directly from any web address. However it’s not very useful if you want to load many documents or you want to add a link for uploading a document. Here’s the direct link that can be used to open a document from the web in Google Docs:
This command will for documents (.doc/.txt/.html/.rtf/.odt), spreadsheets (.xls/.csv/.ods), presentations (.ppt) and PDF files.
Would you like to learn more about your YouTube videos? Like who’s watching, where they live, and how many people are watching your videos? YouTube released YouTube Insight, a free video analytics tool
Google recently announced that it will be holding a developers event in this coming May that will cover a variety of topics related to “Web 2.0? application development. The event, known as “Google I/O” will run for two days on May 28-29, 2008, and will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
When People are affected by emotional problems or issues they are often uncomfortable to talk to someone about it. At times they are even reluctant to see a psychologist. Now, they can confidentially consult online MindMentor, the first robot psychologist. And guess what, It will only cost them €4.95 for one hour session (or about US$7.65 as of today). MindMentor has been developed by two Dutch psychologists specialized in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).
There has been ongoing rumors that Yahoo is talking to Google about joining OpenSocial, TechCrunch reports that the decision has been made and that it will be announced in April. OpenSocial is Google’s social-networking platform that is a response to the very popular social networking platform Facebook.