Bending the Web – Our Minds – Reality
I really enjoy keeping a close watch on Google and all the improvements they are making. The apps they have developed are a great help for all Internet users. I’ve been so busy that I have not been able to give Netwoozy anything new lately, but I’ve been taking notes.
There is one VITAL bit of news you NEED to really have sink into your brain. . .
Google Plus is on the raise and it is a smashing way to increase traffic to your websites, blogs etc… and it is a seriously great way to start making money online. Check out the step by step guide and video tutorials here — > Google Plus Video and Step by Step Training Guide
This year in 2011, Google’s Chrome browser jumps ahead of Firefox as the most used web browser 25.69% to Firefoxes 25.23.
Here’s some of the highlights:
The Google Toolbar with a Drop Down Menu
This is a great little addition to your web browser. The new toolbar just takes up the space of an icon instead of an entire row. You can snag this Google Toolbar here.
Google and Yahoo – Tablet Friendly
Both of these search engines have adapted to the Smart Phone and Tablet. I recently purchased an iPad 2 during Black Friday and was really happy to see Google had done this.
What is shocking to me is that a lot of people in business today have not had a mobile website created for their business. With people using the Internet for local searches it is vital that you have a mobile friendly website as well as basic website for all Internet users.
Bending Technology – TV Becomes Reality
“Samsung has released a video showcasing the potential future look and feel of computer technology, using an ultra-thin and flexible screen technology.” Read the full story.
It’s hard to believe but Samsung has a flexible OLED touchscreen technology that people will be jumping through hoops as high as the moon to get. I mean who wouldn’t want to own a bendable phone, tablet or PC that you can roll up and toss in a smaller bag. A computer that weights… well, hardly anything.
If you’ve watched the TV show Terra Nova you’ve seen these futuristic looking tablets on TV. I don’t know if those are the real deal or just some special effects, but it looks like it is now a real deal.