I've recently been considering enabling Google Wallet on my cell phone, but I've been apprehensive about getting further into bed with Google. So I've been using searching through Google (YEAH I KNOW SO SUE ME) to see if there's any downsides I may have… more »
I read Forbes not because I think they have good content, but because even I can laugh at their often horrible copy editing and the ridiculousness of the business press. Usually I'm shown flagrant examples of the group think that prevents real… more »
"Google dumps + from Boolean search tool."
What I'm still salty about is the undocumented use of synonyms that ruin searches. Google now often replaces "Fedora" with the names of other Linux distributions like "Ubuntu" instead, which isn't a helpful… more »
Not that I use Yahoo! for anything these days, but reading this made sure I never will again:
Thinking about e-mailing your friends and neighbors about the protests against Wall Street happening right now? If you have a Yahoo e-mail account, think… more »
"iOS 5 beta hobbles OS downgrades, untethered jailbreaks":
Those who screw up their iPhones with an unsupported jailbreak—or who have bad luck with their iOS upgrades and want to roll back to an older version—are usually able to make everything right… more »
"So You Want to Use Your iPhone for Work? Uh-oh."
Pretty smart article. I find it chilling that China and South Korea seem to be friendlier to the employee than U.S. is. And if I were the CEO of Google I'd be looking at buying Good Technology Inc.,… more »
"Nintendo Rumored to be Premiering Powerful Next-Gen Console at E3" reports Forbes:
It’s just whispers at this point, but outlets like Game Informer and Kotaku are hearing rumors that Nintendo is planning something huge for E3 this year. Sales are… more »
"YouTube’s Scale Disrupts Us All" reports Forbes:
Google’s video service now receives 35 hours of video every minute. That is about 6 years of video every day, with a weekly upload equal to 170,000 feature films. It gets 2 billion views a day, from an… more »
"Google Revamps to Fight Cheaters" reports the Wall Street Journal:
Last month, Google acknowledged it "can and should do better" to beat back sites that "copy content from other websites" or provide information that is "just not very useful" but… more »