Thursday, February 3, 2011
"The Chrome prize is only the latest in a string of incentives from Google for anyone who can demonstrate security flaws in its products. In January of last year, it launched a bug-buying program to pay as much as $1,337 for information about critical security bugs in its browser. Within six months, it upped that maximum payout to $3,133.70. (Both numbers contain a coded reference to the word LEET, or “elite” in hacker jargon.)"
So nerdy... but I love it! Read the rest of the Forbes blogpost here.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Check out the project at www.googleartproject.com--it's worth it!
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Friday, August 27, 2010
The Googleplex in Mountain View won't be the only place to boast of a British-style, Google-themed phone booth. In celebration of the new Google voice call feature within Gmail, Google is planning on installing these phone booths high-traffic places (college campuses!). Calls made from these booths will be free.
Read the entire Fast Company article here.
Monday, August 16, 2010
Boomerang for Gmail is the Chrome extension that I have been waiting for for ages. I am personally a neat freak when it comes to keeping a clean inbox, and there are times when I wish that I could schedule an email to pop up in my inbox at a later time when I actually need to read it. Alternatively, I've also wanted to schedule emails to be sent at a later time, instead of keeping it in my draft box until it's time to send. In comes Boomerang! It's currently still in beta mode so it may be a little buggy, but it's about time something like this came along!
Read the full article on Lifehacker here. Thanks for the find, lil' bro!
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Read the full TechCrunch article here.
Friday, June 18, 2010
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