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Google Launches Voicemail to Text

Google is introducing Google Voice, which is based on the technology of Grand Central Communications, a company they acquired in July 2007.                       The new service marries innovative new phone features with Google's e-mail service (Gmail) allowing users to receive transcribed voicemail...

Google Power Meter and the Next Great Conspiracy Theory

Ok, all you would-be Michael Crichtons, pay attention. Several weeks ago, Rich blogged about the apparent cozy relationship between Barack Obama and Google's CEO Eric Schmidt, who in many circles is considered to be among the favorites for the administration's CTO...

Motorola, Google Cut Jobs, Will Microsoft Follow Suit?

Motorola announced it will cut another 4,000 jobs this year, in addition to the 3,000 jobs that were eliminated last year. In a rare move, Google also announced they were laying off employees. Google also announced they would be consolidating some...

14 Join Open Handset Alliance, Android Gains Momentum

So yesterday, the Open Handset Alliance announced that 14 additional companies were joining the Android alliance, demonstrating "their support for Android as an open mobile platform and their commitment to its commercial success." The newest member companies are:·         AKM Semiconductor Inc.,·        ...

Google To Expel Avatars from Virtual Eden

For those who have read the Book of Genesis, you remember that the world was created in six days, with the seventh day reserved for rest and contemplation. For those of you who are following the developing 'Book of Google,' you...

Google Docs Service Takes a Brief Nap

Rich has a blog post touching on the Google Docs outage and he asks if the advantages of such cloud computing apps outweigh the potential disadvantages: ...the cost savings of using such services is compelling but when you have a noon...

Brave New Google Earth

Peter Birch, Product Manager, Google Earth, writes about the launch of the latest version of Google Earth — version 4.3 — on the Official Google blog today.   The latest beta (of course) sets the goal of offering a “realistic,...

D2 Cues Up For Google Android

At CTIA this week, D2 Technologies announced that its mCUE converged communications client for mobile devices and handsets now supports Google’s Android.   The combination is designed to enable OEMs to rapidly develop handsets powered by Android that offer a...

Google Reassures On Information Security

What’s tomorrow’s headline going to be?   Google had a post on their Official Google Blog today by Douglas Merrill, VP of Engineering. The post is titled How Google keeps your information secure, and is all about the effort Google...

Digg on the Block? Again?

As far as rumors go, this one has been heard before, but that’s not to say that one of these times, it won’t actually come to fruition.   Tech Crunch’s Michael Arrington writes that Digg is on the block again...

Analysts Excited By "Google Health"

For those who read this blog regularly, you’ve no doubt noticed I’ve been focusing in a bit more on Google and what they’re doing in the realm of healthcare recently, with their work with the Cleveland Clinic and their entry...

Google Gets Into Healthcare

I was down in Orlando this week for the annual HIMMS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) conference and exhibition, a show dedicated to transforming healthcare through IT.   This is a new space for me, so I attended with...

Google Targets Microsoft Collaboration Suite

Google is taking aim at Microsoft’s SharePoint.   Google announced Wednesday it will begin offering an easy to use Web site creation and publishing tool for office workers to set up and run collaboration sites, for quickly sharing information among...

Android Prototypes Abound in Barcelona

  Those folks at Gizmodo have all the fun.   Right now they’re in Barcelona going ga-ga over the working demos of a variety of Android prototypes.   They had this to say about ARM’s offering:   ARM had theirs...

Android Developer Deadline Extended

 Writing on the Android Developers Blog, Developer Advocate Quang Nguyen announced the extension of the submission deadline for the first Android Developers Challenge to April 14 2008.   The folks at Android have apparently taken feedback to heart and have...

Android: Here Come The Hackers

Nilay Patel, writing for engadget, has an interesting piece, saying that by making available the entire software development kit for its Android mobile phone software platform, Google has opened up the platform for hacking and (as Patel writes) “…hopefully that...

Will February See Launch of Google Phone v1?

Rumors are swirling that phones based on Google’s Android platform might see the light of day as soon as February 2008.   And no, it’s not because my birthday falls in that month. You see there’s this little trade show...

Patience Google Developers... Patience

What’s that? Could it be a chink in the armor of the all-powerful Google? More likely it’s just a sign that they need to spend a few more hours fully cooking their Android mobile phone development platform.   What am...

Rumours of Google and Skype... Oh My!

There’s goes Rich again, spreading rumours.   It’s rumours with a “u” because this particular speculation got its start in the UK, where Jemima Kiss — writing on The Guardian’s pda:thedigitalcontentblog — hypothesized about a Skype/Google marriage.   ...

Open Handset Alliance Member List

The Open Handset Alliance is a group of mobile and technology leaders who share a common vision for changing the mobile experience for consumers. The Alliance is made up of mobile operators, software companies, chip makers, handset manufacturers and commercialization...

Rich on Possible Google Verizon Partnership

Rich offers his take on the possibility of Google and Verizon partnering on some sort of Google powered phone to “take on” AT&T and Apple.   The battle for the hearts and minds of consumers continues....

Rich on Possibility of Google Phone

Rich has some insight into the possible announcement of the overly pre-hyped, not yet delivered Google Phone. Apparently the Wall Street Journal is saying that Google will partner with T-Mobile as a network partner.   Check out Rich’s blog for...

GrandCentral to Google

Late yesterday, Google snapped up GrandCentral Communications, a start-up that lets users use a single phone number that forwards to all of their phones, essentially giving them one number for life.   The service lets users manage their existing phones...
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