The folks at Google have been at full force over the last two days. There have been releases for Blogger, Google Analytics and Google Talkabout over the last 48 hours. Blogger Google Gadgets have now been enabled for all layouts blogs at Blogger.
In Office Live Workspace vs Google Docs: Feature-by-Feature Comparison, Sarah Perez gives us an extremely detailed comparison of Office Live and Google Docs, two of the biggest competitors in the fight for the best online office suite.
In a spectacular new development, you can now sign in to your AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) account to chat with your AIM buddies from Gmail. Your AIM buddies will populate your Contacts list, and are searchable just like your Google Talk contacts.
Blogger turned eight on Friday and to celebrate the event Video Upload has been enabled yesterday. You can now easily upload and embed videos within your posts.
TechCrunch reports that Google has acquired Feedburner for $100 million dollars. This is indeed a great achievement for Feedburner. For us publishers, I see a lot of good things in store…
People using Google Personalized Homepage would be well aware that you can add pages, read feeds and lots of other stuff. Recently the folks at Google introduced a brand new feature to make your homepage look even better, viz. Themes.
Google launched their brand new ISP which provides free in-home broadband via wifi. The ISP is called TiSP. Read the official press release or find out how to go about getting it.
A while back I discontinued my self hosted Personal Album. It had become too much of a pain to maintain and I just gave up on it. I’m currently pondering on what option to take.
The Google Webmaster Central Blog has an indepth article on Using the Robots Meta tag to instruct Google and other search engines about your site.
For as long as Gmail has existed, it has been an invite only, which meant that you couldn’t get an account unless you managed to find some kind soul to invite you for one. During the early days invites were rare and you could even find them for sale on eBay. I remember getting my invite from some forum with the condition I had to give back, which I did.