900 million Android devices have been activated since Google’s mobile operating system launched to consumers four and a half years ago. The impressive stat was revealed by Android / Chrome boss…
Google reveals Gladstone, Missouri is the latest city to join the line for its Fiber Internet service
Google on Monday announced that Gladstone, Missouri will receive the company’s Fiber Internet service. Just like for the last few expansions, Google says it doesn’t have an estimate …
Google Declares War on the Password
“Along with many in the industry, we feel passwords and simple bearer tokens such as cookies are no longer sufficient to keep users safe,” Grosse and Upadhyay write in their paper.
Thus, they’re experimenting with new ways to replace the password.
Google is part of a group of companies called the Paperless Coalition. There are seven companies in all including Google (Google Drive, specifically), HelloFax, Manilla, HelloSign, Expensify, Xero, and Fujitsu ScanSnap, and they want you to go paperless in 2013.
Google tries wowing the world with a look at its data centers
Google only rarely gives outsiders a look at its data centers, but today it’s trying to make up for lost time with a large online photo gallery and Street View tour of the computing hardware.
The company launched a new site, “Where the Internet Lives” with a lot of eye candy for people who enjoy racks of computer gear, raised-floor ventilation systems, multicolored cables, and massive air-conditioning chillers. Urs Hoelzle, Google’s senior vice president for technical infrastructure, announced the site in a blog post today.
Project Glass by Google. Do you want?