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MS, Google to Sue US Govt. for Permission to Release More Data about Privacy Damaging FISA Requests

by Chris Swan on  Sep 05, 2013

Microsoft and Google are working together in a fight for greater transparency on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) orders. Not satisfied with the limited out of court agreement that’s already been reached with the US government to disclose summary data relating to national security requests, the two companies are now taking legal action and lobbying for support from Congress.

How Googlers Use Their 20% Time

by Abel Avram on  Aug 19, 2013 1

This article contains comments from googlers providing insight in how Google’s engineers use their 20% time on pet projects.

Google Open Sources Gumbo, An HTML5 Parsing Library

by Abel Avram on  Aug 14, 2013

Google has open sourced Gumbo, an HTML parsing library written in C. Gumbo adheres to the HTML5 parsing algorithm, passing all html5lib-0.95 tests, and has been tested on 2.5 billion pages indexed by Google.

GAE 1.8.2 Introduces Dedicated Memcache and Modules

by Abel Avram on  Jul 18, 2013 2

Google App Engine developers can now access dedicated cache up to 20GB of memory and split the application in modules providing stateless and secure services.

Portable Class Libraries for Google APIs

by Jonathan Allen on  Jul 02, 2013

Google has released a new beta of their SDK known as the Google APIs .NET library. This SDK is being offered as a Portable Class Library and covers 45 of Google’s APIs. This allows Google to offer one DLL that works across .NET, WinRT, Windows Phone, and Silverlight.

Best Practices for Google Play App Distribution

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Jun 13, 2013

With the rapid growth of mobile apps, you need to take special care while distributing your app by following certain rules and best practices recommended by Google.

Google Provides a Mobile Backend Starter for Android Apps

by Abel Avram on  Jun 07, 2013 2

Google is offering back-end functionality for Android applications including data storage, cloud messaging, and authentication.

Google Extends Their Services with Cloud SQL

by Abel Avram on  Jun 07, 2013 1

Google is making MySQL available in the cloud as a fully managed service, including a JSON API for programmatic management.

Debate: Do We Need a Universal Web Bytecode?

by Abel Avram on  May 22, 2013 11

Is a universal web bytecode worth the trouble creating it? Is LLVM the solution? Which is better at running native code in the browser: Mozilla asm.js or Google PNaCl? This article contains opinions expressed on the web on these issues.

PNaCl: Google Adds More Native Support to Chrome via LLVM

by Abel Avram on  May 18, 2013

Google broadens support for native applications in Chrome by enabling it to run LLVM bitcode.

Google Unleashes Their Public IaaS Cloud, Adds NoSQL Database

by Richard Seroter on  May 16, 2013

Google has opened the doors to its hotly anticipated Google Compute Engine and is now firmly engaged in the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) battle with the likes of Amazon and Microsoft. This week’s Google I/O conference also introduced a new fully managed NoSQL database and the addition of PHP to the Google App Engine Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).

Google Releases Mirror API for Glass

by Abel Avram on  Apr 16, 2013

Google has released the Mirror API for writing Glassware applications and the final specification for Glass devices.

Google+ Sign-In: Federated Identity, Authorization and Semantic Activity Streams

by Saul Caganoff on  Apr 04, 2013

Google+ Sign-In extends the Google+ social network into third-party websites, desktop applications and mobile apps. This service, announced on February 26th, provides features for authentication, authorization and activity sharing. There is also support for user engagement, hangouts and automatic Android app downloads.

Google, Opera Fork WebKit. Samsung Joins Firefox to Push Servo

by Abel Avram on  Apr 04, 2013

There are two major browser developments recently announced, both targeting parallel architectures: Google and Opera with Blink, a WebKit fork, while Samsung joins Mozilla to push Servo forward.

Google Promises Not to Sue for Using Their Pledged Patents [Updated]

by Abel Avram on  Mar 28, 2013

Google is promising not to take legal action against any party using pledged patents for open source or free software “unless first attacked.”

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