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Google Real Time Twitter Search Results

3. January 2010

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I’ve been enjoying how Google’s deal with Twitter has been integrated into the results over the last few months, if you’ve noticed, at the bottom of a search results page, you’ll get what’s know as the “latest results” for that keyword. Now, it’s not actually exclusively twitter (which I also like) as it pulls in blog [...]

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Google’s New QR Codes For Local Businesses

14. December 2009

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I’m not yet sold on QR codes, but I’m warming pretty quickly. QR codes are huge in Japan, but in places like Europe, America and Australia, they are still just scratching the surface… Well that will be the case until Google rolls out their new “Google Favourite Places” program for local businesses around the world, [...]

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Google Maps Streetview GPS Navigation Demo

8. November 2009

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If you’ve been considering the new Droid phone, then this is going to be your new inbuilt GPS app! Google Maps streetview GPS is in beta and should ship with the new Droid phone on the opensource Android 2.0 platform. The video above is a demonstration from the Google product team running the navigation project [...]

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Google: The Web In 5 Years From Now

29. October 2009

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Following on from the post below, I thought this is a little more palatable… It’s a 6 minute TubeChop of the interview where Gartner ask Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google, what he thinks the web will be like in 5 years time! It’s not a super techy interview, so everyone should be get a little [...]

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Gartner Analysts Interview Google CEO (45mins)

29. October 2009

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Every year there is a massive IT Conference / Expo called Symposium that is for the top end of the tech town, your CIO’s and Tech directors .etc and the biggest feature this year was a 45 minute interview of Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google on all sorts of interesting things… If you’ve got the [...]

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Google Social Search Demonstration Video

27. October 2009

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So you’ve probably heard a fair bit of the hype around Google Social Search being launched this week, but are thinking what the hell is that, or better yet, how does it work for me? The video above on Google Social Search gives you a pretty quick demo from Maureen Heymans, tech lead on the [...]

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Droid Does: iPhone Killer Pre-Launch Viral

20. October 2009

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This is an interesting way to launch what Google, Motorola & Verizon are hoping to be the iPhone Killer. A home made animation (with an ‘ok’ sound track) that clearly ticks off all the things that an iPhone Doesn’t do, before ending with a weird digital static transition & web address. It’s a massive stab [...]

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The Google Wave Concept Visualization

3. October 2009

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If you’re like me and don’t have your Google wave invite (please send me one!) just yet, then this might be the closest thing you have to understanding how it actually works and what you might use it for! Google wave is such an advanced communication tool, that it’s actually defined as a new communication medium. So [...]

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Google Launches New Display Ad Market Place

18. September 2009

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The “online banner” has been dying for a while, with every research paper showing effectiveness declines no matter what way you looked at it. But we all love digital creative campaigns, so imagine if you could harness the targeting and relevancy power of adsense and adwords combined for your banner campaigns across the worlds largest media networks… [...]

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Augmented Reality 2.0 Future Of Interactivity

7. August 2009

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Aden has be all over what’s hot in Augmented Reality lately, but let me show you what the next generation of augmented reality has in store for you. Currently in the prototype stages, this technology demo by researchers at the University of The Future Tokyo are using ultrasound technology to give holograms a solid feel. [...]

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Nissan’s Electric Car iPhone App!

3. August 2009

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Need to charge your new electric car? There is an iPhone App for that too! It seems everyone has an iPhone these days, or everyone is developing an App for it. Nissan is reportedly in the prototype stages of developing an iPhone application that integrates the ubiquitous device with the onboard computer of the upcoming Nissan LEAF electric [...]

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Google Wave Video – Online Collaboration Tool

29. May 2009

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This is the Google Wave Video that is bringing online collaboration to the masses as Googles new online communication platform gets ready to roll out later this year. I’ll update this post a little later with more information! This is the official Google Wave Video from Google IQ 2009.

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The Microsoft “Bing” Decision Engine Video

29. May 2009

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Microsoft has revealed “Bing” the worlds first “Decision Engine” which will launch on June 3rd. Microsoft Bing looks different and that’s because it is, its glossy, intelligent, attractive and IT MAKES DECISIONS for you… Well, at least helps make decisions for you by not just displaying results, but by refining, graphing and rating content across general web searching, images, video, [...]

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Apples One Billion iPhone App Downloads Banner!

26. April 2009

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So there it goes, a landmark occasion with Apple iPhone App Downloads passing the One Billion mark. And to celebrate, Apple took out a 100% SOV rich media banner on the New York Times website which you can view here. But to reflect upon this for just one moment, the creation of the App store has [...]

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Google Chrome Experiments

27. March 2009

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Google has launched a website dedicated to Google Chrome Experiments - and, it’s not even in their usual style! However, the site is amazing, with videos of some very fancy technology that is activated with javascript and the Google Chrome Web Browser. Check it out here. If you’re a Google Addict, you can develop and [...]

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