At Google I/O, browsing into the future

roundup The search giant rallies attendees at the developer conference around the next generation of Web technologies, in which the browser will become the desktop.

The search giant rallies attendees at its San Francisco developer conference around the next generation of Web technologies, in which the browser will become the desktop and everyday people can do more with their Web sites.

Gmail in real-time: Google does the Wave

Google is set to unveil an ambitious project to create what it calls 'the e-mail of the future,' and the reactions of developers at Google I/O will be telling.
(Posted in Webware by Tom Krazit)
May 28, 2009 9:00 AM PDT
• Photos: Google shows off Wave's potential
• Google releases Wave demonstration video

Google Wave has developers buzzing

The search giant's ambitious Google Wave project has developers at Google I/O mulling the possibilities, and even comparing it to the iPhone.
(Posted in Webware by Tom Krazit)
May 28, 2009 2:27 PM PDT

Google shows Native Client built into HTML 5

Google showed a version of its technology for putting Web applications on steroids that's built into its Chrome browser. Also: expect Web Worker support in Chrome soon.
(Posted in Webware by Stephen Shankland)
May 28, 2009 3:01 PM PDT

Android 1.5 apps from Google I/O

We bring you a close look at six applications for Google's soon-to-be-released 1.5 Android operating system, some of which have have never been released on this platform.
(Posted in Download.com by Jessica Dolcourt )
May 28, 2009 3:28 PM PDT

Google--market disruptor or destroyer

The search and advertising giant aims to take the "gate" position in many markets, sitting between users and their content or services.
(Posted in Webware by Rafe Needleman)
May 28, 2009 9:00 AM PDT

Chrome gets HTML video support

Google's browser joins Firefox, Safari, and Opera with the ability to display video without a plug-in such as Adobe's Flash. But the HTML standard is rough at best.
(Posted in Webware by Stephen Shankland)
May 28, 2009 8:01 AM PDT

Google's 'Idol'-like Android challenge

Nine developers will go home with $100,000 in a contest that seems to borrow elements from "American Idol." A lucky 10th will pocket $250,000.
(Posted in Crave by Jessica Dolcourt)
May 27, 2009 7:47 PM PDT

Android developers get their Oprah moment

Google gives away 4,000 Android handsets Wednesday, delighting developers at Google I/O who thought they were merely getting an Android 2.0 preview.
(Posted in Webware by Tom Krazit)
May 27, 2009 12:26 PM PDT

Google: The browser is the computer

HTML 5 technologies will allow Web developers to build applications almost as cool as anything found on the desktop, according to Google executives and engineers.
• Photos: Inside Google I/O
• Video: Google CEO touts always-on computing
(Posted in Webware by Tom Krazit)
May 27, 2009 11:04 AM PDT

Google creates Web Elements for easy news feeds

Web publishers without development skills will be able to add news feeds, maps, and other types of Google products to their Web pages with a simple cut-and-paste operation.
(Posted in Webware by Tom Krazit)
May 27, 2009 9:00 AM PDT
 

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