Google has unveiled a new version of its Android operating system called Android Wear, designed specifically for use in wearable devices, as the firm seeks to provide developers with tools to build apps for new hardware form factors.
Although videographers understand the benefits of using slow motion, an effect in film-making whereby time appears to slow down, marketers will want to understand when and how to use it to illustrate issues or demonstrate products more dramatically.
Intel launched a five-month series of time lapse photography and slow motion videography contests, supported by TrueView ads and Promoted Channels. The campaign resulted in the highest conversion rate from ad to response the team had ever seen.
A California judge has denied a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit from employees alleging that a group of seven high profile tech companies, including Google and Apple, conspired in a "no poaching" deal, limiting worker salaries and mobility.
Google has announced a partnership with Intel. The two companies will work together to tune Android’s architecture to the next generation of Intel Atom processors. Initial Atom-powered Android devices will be released in the first half of 2012.
The U.S. Department of Justice has settled with Google and five other technology companies, requiring them to no longer engage in anti-competitive ... read more
Microsoft bravely took part in the search privacy panel we did at our SES New York show earlier this year (coverage here ... read more