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Google Hangouts video calls will soon be just a tad simpler in Chrome. In a Google+ post, software engineer Victoria Kirst announced that in Chrome you’ll no longer need to download and... Keep reading →
Google is the most valuable brand in the world, according to the annual BrandZ study by marketing firm Millward Brown. The firm calculates Google's brand value at more than $158 billion, a 40% rise from last year. That tops the brand value of Apple, which the study found has a brand value of over $147 billion, falling by 20% and landing it in second place. The calculations are based on how much of a company's value comes from customers' views of it and how likely they are to remain loyal. Other notables include McDonald's, the highest-ranking non-tech company, Visa and Amazon, which both saw 41% increases in brand value, and Twitter and LinkedIn, which entered the top 100 brands for the first time.
If Google Glass is going to gain widespread consumer acceptance, it’s going to happen on the strength of the apps that are available for it. So with Google re-opening Glass sales earlier this week, it’s surely not a coincidence that the company just announced that three well known companies in the travel and hospitality space […]
see photosClick for full photo gallery: How To Use Social Media To Make Sales Earlier this week, the head of Google+ - heralded as Google's answer to Facebook when it launched a while ago, but that was never really the whole story - left the company. Commentators have speculated that this [...]
Google is quickly walking back on language used in an SEC filing in which the company wrote it foresees a time when “we and other companies could be serving ads and other content on refrigerators, car dashboards, thermostats, glasses, and watches, to name just a few possibilities.” The inclusion of “thermostats” in that list struck […]
Google is making a push to show Glass as a great tool for travel with the addition of TripIt, Foursquare, and Open Table apps for the $1,500 face computer (that's in addition to Field Trip, Word Lens, Google Now, Search and Maps). Looks like they're actually trying to sell it.
In need of a mid-afternoon snooze? There's an app for that. Well, sort of. Dutch-based creative agencies Kakhiel, Venour and Biko created Google Naps as a parody of Google's popular mapping application.