Don’t put all of your eggs in the cloud’s ample basket — or in this case, Google Docs — right now. At least that’s the opinion of Dave Girouard, president of Google’s enterprise division, who recently warned that their cloud-based Google Docs is not ready to fully dethrone Microsoft Office.
Did you hear that collective nerdgasm 10 minutes ago? Yeah, that was
because of a new rumor that Google Chrome OS will be available for
download soon. TechCrunch,
while vague about whether this will be an alpha release (i.e. download
from source and proceed at your own risk) or a legitimate beta release,
says that you will be able to download it within the next week.
When iTunes 9 was released, it brought a slew of new features, including a redesigned interface for the iTunes store based on web technologies like HTML5 and CSS. Now, it looks like the software is porting some of the same technology over to the web in the form of the newly launched iTunes Preview website.
Apple Stores have always been a thing of beauty, even the more modest ones set up inside traditional shopping malls. Tomorrow, Apple will unveil its most impressive location yet, if the photos now live on Gizmodo are any indication.
For our readers who count themselves fans of Evernote, the note taking app, there's good news. The desktop version just got a few new upgrades that fixed a few things and added at least one new sweet feature.
Vimeo has been a popular high-quality alternative to YouTube, particularly with content publishers and bloggers. Unfortunately, uploading videos to Vimeo has left one particular (and rather large) group of potential viewers in the dark: iPhones.