Saturday, August 7, 2010

New About Google - 07 august 2010

  • Game On! Holiday Shopping is Already in Full Swing

    August 6, 2010

    We all have friends who procrastinate their holiday purchases until the last few days before Christmas, but do you know anyone who has already started their holiday shopping? You should! By the end of this month, 35% of consumers will already have begun their holiday shopping.

















    Similar to last year, in 2010 holiday shoppers are starting their shopping early and will likely be ending late. Every consumer differs in their research and shopping patterns, so spend your advertising budget wisely


  • São Paulo Open Source Jam 2

    August 6, 2010

    On July 14th, Google Brazil hosted the 2nd Open Source Jam in São Paulo, Brazil. We had about 40 attendees and 10 talks! Here is a quick summary of the talks that were given.

    The jam began at about 19:00, and after Rodolpho Eckhardt welcomed our guests, João Paulo Rechi Vita presented his Google Summer of Code™ project on improving support of AVRCP (Audio and Video Remote Control Profile), a Bluetooth protocol for controlling media players, in BlueZ.

    Next, Rodrigo Strauss talked about his “nosql“ multi-platform container server Tio


  • Release Notes: Playlist Bar, music listings, annotations upgrades...

    August 6, 2010

    What's new on YouTube since we last met? Let us count the things...

    "Playlist Bar" launch: Last week, we introduced the "Playlist Bar": when you view a playlist, recommended videos (from the homepage), your subscriptions or your favorites, you'll see a control bar at the bottom of the page, displaying the videos from those categories. The goal is to keep you from having to jumping back and forth to different pages to select which videos you'd like to watch next. Autoplay (which is no longer on by default) and the ability to select specific


  • Seventh U.S. state is fourth to head to the cloud

    August 6, 2010

    (Cross-posted from the Google Enterprise Blog)

    Today we’re happy to announce that The Maryland Education Enterprise Consortium (MEEC) will make Google Apps for Education available to 1.4 million students in the state. MEEC is comprised of the University System of Maryland, Maryland Higher Education Commission and Maryland Department of Education, and provides software resources and services to its 194 members across the state. This includes all 24 public K-12 districts, libraries and all public and private higher education institutions.

    Maryland


  • Google and Slide: building a more social web

    August 6, 2010

    We’re excited to announce we’ve acquired Slide, a social technology company with an extensive history of building new ways for people to connect with others across numerous platforms online.

    For Google, the web is about people, and we’re working to develop open, transparent and interesting (and fun!) ways to allow our users to take full advantage of how technology can bring them closer to friends and family and provide useful information just for them.

    Slide has already created compelling social experiences for tens of millions of people


  • YouTube Summer School, Session 4: History

    August 6, 2010

    While we enjoy looking ahead and thinking big, we also take to heart the famous quote from George Santayana: "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." That’s why for this week’s session of YouTube Summer School, we’re taking some time to review the past, to help us better understand the people, events and decisions that have shaped our times. Here's a playlist of important history lessons from top institutions:



    And while we're in a scholarly mode, let’s look at last week's session on math and test your

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