Google Reader Dies, Here Are Your Reader Options

Google broke the news on their company blog March 13, 2013 in a post titled “A Second Spring of Cleaning”: “We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites. While the product has a loyal following, over the years usage has declined. […]

Charlie: The App Makes Workplace Meetings Awesome

With SXSW in full swing this week, many developers, entrepreneurs and early adopters are honing in on the latest and greatest that technology has to offer. One application making a few digital headlines is Charlie. Imagine: you have a meeting, conference or phone call with a new business contact. Before the meeting you have a multiple tasks to […]

New Facebook Features Coming to Your News Feed

It’s happening again. Facebook is revamping your newsfeed. Yes, again. Although the company plans to reveal details at a public event in Menlo Park, California on March 7, some details of the newsfeed redesign are already appearing on some user’s timelines. From Digital Trends: “We’ve noticed a handful of new features being tested out on Facebook […]

File sharing Goes Social with Attachment Everywhere

That moment when your e-mail is returned with the “your attachment file was too large to send this message” error. Just a tad bit frustrating. Of course there are other file sharing options including public folders on Dropbox or Google Drive or even using other types of cloud storage systems. But after taking multiple steps, entering […]

Five Reasons Google Will Open Stores in 2013

“Google” is no longer a term for a mere search engine–it’s a brand extending beyond software and free e-mail accounts. As the brand grows, so does the business model. Many sources (such as this one and this one) agree that consumers may see Google brick and mortar stores before the 2013 holiday season. Why? Here’s […]