As Google begins shipping the Google Glass Developer Edition for those developers who pre-ordered it last year, the glass maker finally revealed some of the technical specifications which seems quite powerful for a small wearable gadget.
Battery life that could last for a day, 16GB storage, 5mp camera, 720p HD video, and the most amazing feature of all – the HD display which is “equivalent of a 25-inch high definition screen from eight feet away”. It also uses the voice-recognition technology which is already expected, a micro-USB port used for charging, and an ability to connect . . . → Read More: Google Reveals Glass Specifications as it Starts Deliveries to Developers
Eric Schmidt, Google Chairman, will face a U.S. Senate antitrust subcommittee hearing this coming September 21.
The said hearing, handled by the Senate’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights is formally called “The Power of Google: Serving Consumers or Threatening Competition?” So far, the only witness proclaimed is Schmidt, who will face questions concerning the Internet giant’s dominating role in the online search market and search advertising.
This coming Thursday, the Senate will announce the hearing date and time.
Schmidt finished a 10-year run as CEO of Google in April, . . . → Read More: Eric Schmidt Faces Senate Hearing on September
Google has confirmed it snapped a bunch of IBM copyrights, in a move that is considered to be self-protective against the increasing quantity of IP-based lawsuits. The 1,030 copyrights acquired cover a broad range of technologies, SEO by the Sea rumors, including memory and microprocessor chip fabrication/architecture, server and router plan, and software programming like relational databases, object oriented programming and more.
The spokesperson of Google said, though refused to expose the financial details of the agreement with IBM, “Like many tech companies, at times we’ll acquire patents that are relevant to our business.”
. . . → Read More: Google Purchases 1, 030 IBM Patents For IP Catalog Strengthening
Eric Schmidt left a charming parting gift for the company in his final quarter as CEO of Google: incomes of $8.58 billion, on behalf of a raise of 27% over Q1 2010, when the company earned $6.77 billion. When company earned $8.44 billion in incomes it as well marks a little quarterly boost over Q4 2010. This is nothing contrast certainly to the previous quarter’s increase, which marked an augment of $1 billion in just one quarter.
For the Company April is a huge month of change. Earlier this month, Eric Schmidt formally resigned and Larry Page, co-founder, a . . . → Read More: Twenty-Seven Percent of Annual Growth for Schmidt’s Last Quarter as Google CEO
The chief executive of Google, Eric Schmidt said that the company was “very proud” for the Google executive, Wael Ghonim, who assisted the preparation for the complaints that ended in the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt. Top of Form
Mr. Schmidt was replying to an inquiry concerning the exercise of technology in political protests behind creating a speech here at the Mobile World Congress, a main trade show. In the antigovernment demonstrations, it was one of the first straight remarks from a senior Google executive concerning Mr. Ghonim’s participation.
Mr. Ghonim is now consider in . . . → Read More: Executive’s Aid During the Egypt Revolt, Appreciated by Google
Nokia and Microsoft are in discussion of a partnership, which will provide the two companies an opportunity to acquire back in the smartphone game that they have mislaid lately to Apple and Google, according to the report of Bloomberg that confirms the rumors that have been floating around for a while.
Stephen Elop, the Nokia CEO who is an ex-Microsoft employee, has been conversing to Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, concerning running newest mobile operating system of Microsoft- Windows Phone 7, on their phones. He held comparable discussion with CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt; on the other . . . → Read More: Plans About the Partnership Between Nokia and Microsoft