update : Also take a look on Forbes analitycs : Identifying The Tech Leaders In LTE Wireless Patents
Posts tagged ‘google’
Interesting poll in linkedin – results ( as expected ) – Android is first :
- AWS Case Study: U.S. Department of State – ExchangesConnect Video Contest
- RESTful Services with Erlang and Yaws : wting RESTful web services in Erlang/YAWS
- Amazon moves VMware’s virtual machines to the cloud, blog post on AWS :VM Import – Bring Your VMware Images to The Cloud
- Android vs iPhone: Security Models
- Hudson Project Renames to Jenkins – also see Hudson’s future on hudson-labs.org, On Oracle proposal about Hudson by Kohsuke Kawaguchi
- Skype architecture
- Real customers feedback on Agile
- Amazon’s Android Appstore : Amazon launches Android appstore portal, Amazon’s Disruptive Android App Store Now Open To Developers — Full Details, Deciphering Amazon’s Android App Store Strategy
- The coolest open source databases on the planet (NOSQL + RDBMS)
- NoSQL at twitter
- The experiment infrastructure at Google
- Chrome Release Cycle
- Google presented Android 3.0 ( Honeycomb ) on LG /G-Slate device: What’s Hiding Inside Android’s Honeycomb?, and LG and T-Mobile’s G-Slate Tablet To Run Android 3.0 Honeycomb, demo videos from CES :CES 2011: T-Mobile G-Slate Honeycomb LG Tablet Hands-on Videos – Features Walkthrough in 8 New Videos
- Korea : Telecoms bet on cloud computing – SK telecom announced cloud data center for mid- and small-business, other players – KT Corp. and LG Uplus also announced their plans last year to jump into competition.
- CloudBees announced HaaS : Hudson as a Service ( free accounts still available )
- Sony announced ( actually in Nov/2010 ) Sony’s next-gen app platform will use Objective-C/GNUstep: SNAP. By the way Sony got some open source stuff : Sony products with Linux / OSS embedded Technology.
Below I put some snapshots from Googl’e chrome release cycle presentation with some comments.
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- Mapreduce & Hadoop Algorithms in Academic Papers (3rd update), especially Scaling Up Classifiers to Cloud Computers
- TeamBox – project collaboration tool
- Continuous Integration for C++ by Rick Wagner
- Beyond Position Bias: Examining Result Attractiveness as a Source of Presentation Bias… Yue, Patel, Roehrig, WWW-2010
.. to be continued
- Performance Check – EC2 Instance Types vs Virtual Server
- 10 reasons why cloud computing is bad idea
- Dulance returns back and Google’s Special Snippets for Price Comparison Sites
- Running Terracotta on Amazon EC2 ( terracotta.org )
- Using amazon EC2 security groups as tags for instances
- Cloud Hosting Performance – comparing popular cloud providers in real time for last 48 hours
- GoGrid Management Tools and Library – by the way today goGrid officially out of beta
Matt Cutts wrote that Sergey Brin have got a blog. Sergey told that this blog dedicated to his life “outside of work” – actually there’s only one post about 23andMe – project founded by Sergey and his wife Anne Wojcicki. In 23andMe blog Sergey ( and other 23andMe founders ) tried to explain why DNA research is so important for everyone, and how it can help people to struggle with diseases. I’m sure that projects like 23andMe are very important for human health, at least, because the knowledge is power.
Federal Office for Information Security ( Germany ) publish warning about agaings Google Chrome browser. Also guys in Google change some strange things in Chrome’s User Agremeent – Google does not want rights to things you do using Chrome. Anyway browser may give Google much more information about user’s behaviour than toolbar.