First off, this post is by no means an attempt to underplay the meaning, impact and usefulness of Social Networks at large. That, this post comes in the aftermath of Facebook’s (allegedly disastrous !) IPO should not mean much. I have used the line in the title a 100 times with a 100 different people.… Continue reading →
“Think about it this way. Last quarter, we’ve shipped the +, and now we’re going to ship the Google part”, said Larry Page during the last quarter’s earnings call. And today Vic Gundotra, Senior VP, Social, wrote about Shipping Google in Google Plus. Google, today, have integrated YouTube in Plus. And have also launched two… Continue reading →
In a rather short span of time, Android, Google’s Mobile platform has taken over the mantle of the most popular smartphone OS. Android has always been powerful — specs wise. But there was no denying that User Experience could have been easier, more intuitive and beautiful. There was the problem of fragmentation across devices. And… Continue reading →
Mobile is a multi billion dollar industry and is the cynosure of all eyes (read Google, Apple, MS, Samsung and who not!). The Mobile Ecosystem is ever evolving with Android triggering an innovation war. While the Mobile OS supremacy is the battle royale, there are other smaller, yet very useful technologies which are potential game… Continue reading →
Android grabbed highlights this week, for different reasons and at least one of them, not the right one. While the ecosystem churned out another device in the form of Amazon Kindle Fire, which has gained some early appreciation, the perennial sneaky Joker (read Microsoft) pulled another stunt on Android, this time with a major Android… Continue reading →
Update: Michael Arrington will be blogging at http://uncrunched.com.
I just got the new facebook and wanted to share some of the screenshots:First up the timeline view of my profile: