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Mobile Web Apps: The End of App Stores?

January 28th 2010

Earlier this week Google released Google Voice as a web application. It’s a toned down version of the application that originally got submitted to the App Store but stirred controversy. If you never heard of it before, the application got pulled down from the App Store for “unknown” reasons, Google complained to the FCC, then […]

Google Closure Tools best thing that happened in a while.

November 6th 2009

Google launched closures tools yesterday. In consists of 3 things: A JavaScript optimizer The Closure Compiler compiles JavaScript into compact, high-performance code. The compiler removes dead code and rewrites and minimizes what’s left so that it downloads and runs quickly. It also also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls. […]

Google saved the internets?

September 22nd 2009

Today, Google released what’s called “Google Chrome Frame” it’s basically an IE6 plugin that puts Google Chrome into the IE6 window. As you might already  know, the most recent Google apps takes advantage of the most recent advancement in css, javascript, html and supporting IE6 has really become a pain for them (and everyone). Why […]