Google ready for new design

Google (GOOG) portrayed as practical, commanding, scary, speedy and fun. However, some people are now thinking that it can also be beautiful.

New CEO Larry Page tries to in challenging all that, copying a note from one of his business role models and competitors, the departed Steve Jobs and Apple (AAPL). Almost instantly following the time that he got appointed as CEO in April, Page ordered to redesign Google’s online properties, which attempts in creating a unified look and feel, which would proclaim “Google,” just as the artistic character of Apple products rendering it instantly identifiable. This would be the first tie math Google is going to get a redesign after the company’s 13-year history.


Android 4.0’s Face Unlock Can Be Tricked By User’s Photo

Every single person, who is interested in the latest changes and updates in the tech world is aware of the new Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” and its features. Among many of its outstanding features one is the Face Unlock feature, which may also be described as its signature feature. With this feature the users Read more


Google Apps Tackles New Security Necessities in L.A.

Google’s complete execution of its Google Apps cloud partnership software for Los Angeles got postponed due to added security necessities from the city’s police department.

When Google got the Los Angeles contract in providing its Gmail and other applications for Los Angeles’ 30,000 municipal employees in December 2009, it marked a watershed win. However, it only worth $7.25 million, it was a high-profile deal for a company working hard in expanding its user base, not only in businesses but also in government, ripening for upgrades to on-premise collaboration systems from


Google co-founder contented with secret role

On Wednesday, Google co-founder Sergey Brin took a break from his work on the Internet search leader’s undisclosed projects so that he could make a surprise to make a surprise arrival at a technology conference.

Even if, he had shared few details about their secret project, Brin claims he is always busy since he started over a decade ago as the company’s president of technology. This year, his projects are stealth as part of a shake-up that led to his longtime partner, Larry Page, as Google’s CEO. Brin has kept a low profile ever since the changes.