A product long rumored and whose very existence was long denied by Google itself finally launched: the Google browser, aka. Google Chrome. There are a number of things that are good and a few that leaves one scratching his head but ultimately, it is very clear that Google is working very hard to ensure that [...]
Today, Google unveiled a new application that allows you to search your desktop, blurring the lines between desktops and the web. This is yet another example of what I call hybrid computing, the new class of software that can be augmented through web use. It also has staggering implications for a lot of players. Microsoft [...]
As it the case every year, the attention of the Mac world focused on the Apple World Wide Developer Conference with high hopes for new products and exciting new development from a company that has managed to showcase a high cool factor while remaining one of the smallest players in the computing field. The news [...]
I was recently speaking at a conference called Escandinavia 2000, which covered the state of the Internet in Scandinavia. During that conference, I had a chance to speak to a number of people about the state of wireless in the Scandinavian countries. Here’s what I’ve learned and how it can help those of you who [...]
Applications that augment their capabilities when connected to the Internet are the wave of the future.