Google Instant – the newest evolution in the world’s largest search engine

Last week, Google announced Google Instant. Instant represents the next step in internet search technology from Google Labs. Previously, if you went to perform a search on Google, as you typed your search terms in the box, Google would present you with a list of suggested search terms. But no search results were actually displayed … Continue reading Google Instant – the newest evolution in the world’s largest search engine

Google offers free voice calls in the US – should Skype worry?

That's right. If you have a GMAIL account and reside in the US, you can make voice calls from your computer to any US telephone number for FREE until, at least, the end of the year. Google has integrated Google voice into their Chat application making it easy to make calls to contacts in your … Continue reading Google offers free voice calls in the US – should Skype worry?

Quicktip: Free Google Fonts to spruce up your web site

Did you know that Google has released a set of newly-designed fonts for you to use on your web site or blog -- for FREE? That's right...just embed some simple code into your website to include the font library (you don't need to download the library - it is served up directly from Google's servers), … Continue reading Quicktip: Free Google Fonts to spruce up your web site

Will Facebook become the “new” Google?

The word "Google" has become such a well-known name, synonymous with Internet searching. Up until recently, searching for something on the internet has been very "horizontal". You entered a term you were interested in, and you got results. But as the internet is changing and growing, so is the way many of us look for information.

Are you considering a DROID Phone?

I have to admit - when Google announced their new ANDROID mobile operating system, I didn't pay too much attention to it. It was nice looking, but I didn't think there was enough "steam" behind the platform. And Google had a long, hard uphill battle against Blackberry, iPhone and even Windows Mobile. I hadn't even really looked into any of the Android-based devices. Until today.