Last month, both Google and Yahoo introduced big changes to their photo storage services, Google Photos and Flickr (4.0), respectively. Both offer identical, useful features: automatic photo backups, intelligent organization, online editing tools, and sharing capabilities. So which one should you use? (Source: Lifehacker Faceoff: Google Photos vs. Flickr)
BlackBerry may put Android system on new device — “The sources, who asked not to be named as they have not been authorized to discuss the matter publicly, said the move to use Android is part of BlackBerry’s strategy to pivot to focus on software and device management. BlackBerry, which once dominated smartphone sales, now […]
There are thousands of distinct Android devices on the market, and the numbers are growing. I bought some Android devices from some different brands. The latest one I bought, and I still use it right now is OPPO Find 7. Finding the phone that really fits its owner is not easy. Android has a simple […]
For every bet that Google makes, there are many others quietly forgotten, and others still abandoned when the winds changed or the prime movers moved on. Put another way, you can create good design in sprints, but creating great design is a marathon, run over and over again. Google still has so many miles to […]
Inbox by Gmail is now available for everyone. Previously, those who want to get Inbox by Gmail should be invited by other Inbox users. Inbox by Gmail is available for iOS and Android. Or, simply go to inbox.google.com. I’m using it in daily basis, and so far I like the way it displays the messages.
It takes a company to manage the billionaire’s money–and life Source: Google: Sergey Brin’s Bayshore Company Manages His Wealth, Life – Bloomberg Business
After serving lots of projects and developers since 2006, Google Code will be shutting down in early next year (January 25, 2016).
Google is about to roll out its Google Contact service page. On a personal note, I use Google account to organise my contacts or address book. So far, I think this is the best solution (for me) since I use multiple devices and I need to have the simplest mechanism to manage the address book. […]
I finally got my free 2 GB additional storage for my Google Drive account.I got this additional storage after participating at the previous Google’s Security Checkup. Even for now, I still have enough room for my Drive. I only utilise around 30% of my current 17 GB. But, since I’m planning of having my photos […]
Constitute Project — The World’s Constitutions to read, search and compare. Additional background story at Quartz.
Google offers 2GB of storage for Google Drive for those who completes Google’s security checkup process. This offer ends on February 17, 2015. It’s also to celebrate Safer Internet Day. Right now, I have 15 GB of storage for my Google Drive and use around 5 GB of it). There are still plenty of room […]
Lot’s of acquisitions just now: Google bought Launchpad Toys (story telling app maker), Microsoft just had Sunrise (the app calendar, and I’m using it on my iOS devices and Android) for $100 million. Not long ago, Microsoft also acquired Accompli, an email client app. MyFitnessPal and Endomondo just got acquired by Under Armour for $475 million […]
How come Facebook is able to show me ads for something I was searching on Google?. I’m also curious about this question. And got a great answer. So, when you log into Facebook, you would be shown an ad from Apple. It does not matter that you were logged out of Facebook when you visited […]
(Source: Android Police)
There are many services on the internet. It means there are many accounts (if you’re registering to those services) to remember. Some services offers login using popular “connect” feature. For example you can login using Facebook, Gmail, or Twitter for some specific services. This is a good scenario since we only need to remember password […]
I couldn’t remember how many bags I had. I was not so picky about the design, colors, or models. I only need some common criteria: it’s functional, and its price should be good. I don’t mind spending more cash on bags (or any other fashion items) as long as it’s good and it fits me. […]
Recently, Yahoo redesigned its mail service again. I’ve talked about Yahoo Mail last August. I hoped for an improvements. Recently, on its 16th birthday, Yahoo gives a new look for its mail service. Quoting from a release published at Yahoo’s blog: We redesigned Yahoo Mail to be more efficient, too. Things you do all of […]
In this keynote presentation from HTML5DevConf, Steve Souders, Google’s Head Performance Engineer, clarifies the problem of caching, and explores various solutions to make your web app lightning fast.
There is a fact that Yahoo! Mail is probably one of my first email service providers. Not sure about the exact date I created my account, but I think it was in 2000’s. It was the time when Yahoo! was so popular, had lots of services, and interesting products. Probably, it was also because that […]