Best of the Day (7/11)
Just over a third of American adults own a smartphone of some kind, with many preferring to use it as their primary connection to the Internet.
The battle over who controls the information in your social graph — and specifically, who controls the email addresses of your contacts — continues to ramp up.
I predict that Google+ will go from 0 to 100,000,000 users faster than any other service in history. Okay, that's a bold proclamation - here's why I think it will achieve that.
There's no shortage of punditry around the future and fate of Google+, a massive social networking effort from Google.
By Guest Post 7/11/11 11:44am
As the dust begins to settle on Google’s latest and least-tentative step towards an overarching social infrastructure, it’s becoming overwhelmingly apparent that Google+ is a Good Thing. At its most basic, Google+ is an alternative in a space that is fast becoming a one-party state.
As Google+ goes into its second week of life, how’s the service doing?
It’s been almost two weeks since the launch of the “field trial” of Google’s new social network, Google Plus . As the hype grows, more and more people are receiving their invitations to the service, and in turn, there are an increasing number of discussions about how Google Plus might work for teaching and learning .
Ambient Electromagnetic Energy Harnessed for Small Electronic Devices
The answer, as every patent litigator in the US knows, is Google.
By Lizette Chapman
Editor’s note : This guest post is written by Tom Anderson , the former President, founder and first friend on MySpace.