Recently Business Insider published this article, and the author, Nicholas Carlson, coined the term “worm strategy”. The “worm strategy” refers to the fact that over the last six months, Google has strategically started to replace core Apple made iOS apps with Google made iOS apps. The author seems to think and believe that this is [...]
Did you score a free Samsung Chromebook from Google IO 2011? Are you in Canada or visiting Canada? In any case here are the instructions on how you can get 3G data connectivity in Canada using Rogers / Bell / Telus SIM card on your Samsung Chromebook.
Many people cannot stop but complain about the issue of device fragmentation which Android has seen since its release and mass adoption across the globe. While this is true, one aspect of Android remains absolutely constant and un-fragmented.
This afternoon it was with pleasure that I presented to the Google Technology User Group (GTUG) Meetup which took place in Toronto at the Yorkville Media Centre. It was my first ever presentation and participation at GTUG but definitely not the last. I enjoy taking part in these types of forums where we can learn [...]
Is Google taking the same path that Microsoft took back in the day to promote Windows on every desktop? Over the last year we’ve seen Google make many strategic alliances with manufacturers and carriers in an attempt to widen the reach of the Android platform in the area of mobile phones and tablets. Microsoft in [...]