Mobile or multiple computer users, rejoice! Google just updated GMail to support IMAP connectivity. This allows your mail client to sync with your email instead of download it all in one shot. IMAP gives users a local/server type of mail experience that will allow mobile users to sync while on the road and with their […]
I was reading about the ladybug camera unit that Google has been using for street level mapping on Gizmodo. And on my way home from work – pow, one zooms by me in Madison, WI. Well, I couldn’t leave it at that. I had to snap a photo… fair is fair, they got one of […]
I signed up for this free service a few days before Google bought them… Grandcentral.com gives you a local number… for life. It acts as a “front end” for your other phones. So even though your cellphone or work number changes, people can still reach you at your GC number. So far, it’s saved me […]
Here’s my run down of internet April fool jokes on the internet today: Woot sold 1,500 random bags of crap (otherwise known as BoC’s, or simply “grab bags” to the uninitiated) for $1,00,001.00 each. Google didn’t disappoint, they have released TISP, Toilet ISP. Here’s a quote from their press release. Google announces free in-home wireless […]
http://www.joeanderson.co.uk/google/ Homage to OS X dock, but not as shiny as I expected. That must be the Google part of it showing through.