Tech news tagged ‘google’

Google Nexus 7 competition on Gadget Master

It’s been a while since we last ran a competition on Electronics Weekly, so just to flag the new Google Nexus 7 competition.

It’s running on our Gadget Master blog and follows a familiar format – answer one simple question for a chance of winning the 7-inch Android…

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What caught your eye this week (Week 1)?

The Electronics Weekly team share their picks of the week, in terms of announcements, developments, product releases, quotes or anything else in the wider world that caught their eye in the last seven days…

David Manners, components editor

… that Intel’s mobile 14nm process is delayed till 2015 while ARM…

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Could health care be the Google Glass killer app?

Don’t know quite what to make of Google Glass? You’re not alone. There’s undoubted potential in AR, but is this the right delivery mechanism?

Well, here’s an interesting article that looks at possible medical and health care uses for the Google device – some novel implications for…

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RIP Google (RSS) Reader, you will be missed

One for the Digital Life category…

Okay, if you don’t use RSS to keep on top of all the content available online then you can safely ignore this blog post, but for those of us who value the use of automatic feeds the passing of Google Reader (due to…

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Welcome to the new look ElectronicsWeekly.com

What’s the thinking behind the new look home page? Well, over the past few months we’ve been working slowly but steadily to improve elements of the site in general and the homepage in particular, and I’m pleased to say that all the changes are now live. Hopefully…

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Let’s fill London with startups says Google

Just noticed this post on the The Official Google Blog , and thought I could file it in our Digital Life category – Google officially opening its Campus London to help cluster high-tech startups…London has become one of the world’s great digital capitals. The Internet accounts for eight percent…

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Picture Gallery – Intel Atoms lead Computer-on-Modules

Another Picture Gallery has been added to our index – a look at Computer-on-Modules (COMs), and a comparison of standards.Pictures cover such areas as: the principle COM definitions shown to scale, the difference between ETX and XTX, size variations of the different COM Express modules, and various Qseven…

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Digital Life: Google’s Nexus One dials in

Google’s work with its Android mobile platform is bearing new fruit, in the shape of the Snapdragon-based Nexus One.The launch of Google’s first own branded phone – self styled a “super-phone” – is married with the launch of its web store, for purchasing aforesaid telephone. See www…

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The world’s largest collection of binary jokes

The world’s largest collection of binary jokes. Are there only two of them? If you include a ternary joke, there may be three (‘The Top 11 Binary Jokes’?)…

#1 – There are only 10 types of people (part I)

Following the Impossible Objects – The Simplified Calculator post, a recent commenter…

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Google Latitude searches for results

The most basic search question of all: “Where are you?”…I was writing about GPS developments yesterday, and today an interesting press release from Google arrives in my inbox. Announcing Google Latitude, it promises a solution to friends questioning you ‘Where are you?’”It is an opt-in feature in…

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