Google's Nexus tablet is the Nexus 7. According to leaked test results, the 7-inch tablet running Jelly Bean is codenamed Grouper.
In the penultimate episode of Silicon Valley's premier reality show, nothing much happened and it took an hour for nothing much to happen. Which made it quite riveting. Oh, there was a health scare. But not much of one.
Zach gives us a firsthand account of Grouper, a startup that organizes a group blind date in New York City for you and two of your most adventurous friends.
Our new buddy Zach gives us a first-hand account of Grouper, a start-up that organizes a group blind date in New York city for you and two of your most adventurous friends.
It's entering a crowded field, but the ability to import artists from iTunes and other sources, instead of having to enter them manually, gets you started fast.
The site, which competes with Hulu, is targeting men aged 18 to 34 with a now-heftier list of full-length films. What's unclear is whether the same flicks will head to YouTube.
The Google video site continues to pursue full-length content from major motion-picture studios and TV networks. Sony Pictures' Crackle wants a big audience.
The CBS Evening News examines Google Earth 5.0 and its new underwater capabilities. It's not quite swimming with the fishes, but it will let you see where they live.
Video entertainment site will reportedly unveil six new shows as part of its upcoming round of programming, which starts December 1.
Rocketboom creator Andrew Baron eschewed the norm by going for a distribution deal rather than raising venture capital, which he says hasn't helped video start-ups anyway.