Tag Archives: google
Are you a computer security researcher hunting day and night for security software bugs? Do you feel ‘happy’ when you submit security patches to open-source packages? Now you will be happier than ever. Google is paying security researchers for submitting … Continue reading
I know that unixmen is not the best place to write and share news about defaced pages, but this one is very important and I think it deserves some attention from the unixmen readers. You know that Google has local … Continue reading
Since Google Reader is now officially closed, we are all searching for the best alternative. We have already written an article about Tiny Tiny RSS Reader, a great alternative for Google Reader. It does a great job as exactly as … Continue reading
Third party messenger service apps have undoubtedly found more takers than traditional messengers. Apps such as Viber, Kakao talk and WeChat are being used by an increasing number of customers. Perhaps the most popular of the third-party messenger service apps … Continue reading
iOS, Android, Chrome, Gmail and G+ to get linked. There have been plenty of whispers about a unified, single messaging service from Google. Purportedly, this revolutionary service would only be available across Google’s own Chrome OS and Android platform. It … Continue reading
While I know it’s not Unix or Linux news, I thought this was pretty interesting. Google has applied for a patent on software that can identify and tag any object(s) in an image uploaded by any internet user.