News tagged ‘google’
Thursday, 12 Jul 2012
Research house IHS iSuppli recently stripped a 8GB Nexus 7 and found that it costs $151.75 to build. They also found that it is highly similar to the Kindle Fire.
Friday, 6 Jul 2012
In light of the recent spate of patents wars, Federal Judge Richard Posner believes that the effectiveness of the patent system, for the tech industry in particular, is questionable.
Wednesday, 4 Jul 2012
The folks at iFixit got their paws on a Google Nexus 7 tablet and managed to completely tear the device down, revealing the fact that the former is better than its Kindle Fire competitor in terms of battery performance.
Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012
Nokia alleges that the recently launched Google Nexus 7 tablet infringes on its Wi-Fi patents.
Always wanted to run a web search using an image because you didn't know what the item is called? Well, now you can actually do that with Google's "Search by Image", and the Mountain View crew has just made some improvements to make this feature even better.
Monday, 2 Jul 2012
In a Minneapolis street test administered by Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Munster, Google systematically and consistently out-searched Apple in terms of accuracy.
Google is said to be working on a 10-inch version of the Nexus 7 as part of its strategy to gain more market share in the tablet space.
Friday, 29 Jun 2012
Google announced their cloud storage solution Google Drive late April this year. In the space of two months, Google has announced some essential enhancements, and even support for iOS devices at this year's Google I/O event. The app is now available in iTunes Store for Singapore.
Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012
Google's new Nexus Tablet, a collaboration with ASUS, has been leaked ahead of Google I/O, complete with price, specs and Android version. Bloomberg has received confirmation from reliable sources that Google will definitely be launching the tablet at the Google I/O event.
When you're a startup, paying a few thousand dollars to earn search engine visibility might seem like a good idea. However burning cash that could be better spent elsewhere is something that new businesses can ill afford. And Google seems to think so too.