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Tag Archives: Google
The RC2 version has been silently released yesterday and can be downloaded from here. The main Google Web Toolkit site still points to the older RC1 version, and the release notes don’t mention the “more than 100 fixes” since the … Continue reading
According to statcounter.com, Google Chrome is the most used browser worldwide in July 2012 – with a market share of 33.81%. When looking at worldwide market shares of July 2012, these are the most used browsers: Google Chrome – 33.81% … Continue reading
Here is a list that I compiled from a discussion in g+. Many thanks to Ray Cromwell for sharing the list of projects: AdWords, AdSense, Flights, Hotel Finder, Offers, Wallet, The New Blogger, Chrome Webstore, Product Search, Public Data, New Google Groups, Orkut, Google Takeout, Google Pagespeed, Google WebFonts, Google Tables, Google Health (discontinued), Google Wave (discontinued), PlayN (basis … Continue reading
Wie in seinem Blog zu lesen wechselt James Gosling von Google zu Liquid Robotics: “I had a great time at Google, met lots of interesting people, but I met some folks outside doing something completely outrageous, and after much anguish … Continue reading
Wie in seinem Blog zu lesen arbeitet James Gosling ab dem 28. März 2011 bei Google: “Through some odd twists in the road over the past year, and a tardis encountered along the way, I find myself starting employment at … Continue reading
Google has announced to use the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) for Blogger.com in the future. This makes once more clear that GWT is a strategic platform for Google.