Sebastian Thrun, founder and head of Google X, uses the connected Google Glasses while talking with Charlie Rose. It’s pretty impressive to see him use the glasses, take a photo of Charlie Rose, then nod to upload the photo to “G Plus” as he calls Google+... - Google’s Sebastian Thrun Uses Google Glasses on Charlie Rose [Video]
If your organization needs help figuring out what to do in mobile, Google wants to help you out in the form of a “playbook” for the industry.
Called The Mobile PlayBook: The Busy Executive’s Guide to Winning with Mobile, Google’s guide offers tips on how your company can better take advantage of mobile. The book — which is actually a mobile website — starts by asking five “crucial mobile questions” it says every business executive should be asking today:
1. How does mobile change our value proposition?
2. How does mobile impact our digital destinations?
3. How is our organization adapting to mobile?
4. How should our marketing adapt to mobile?
5. How can we connect with our tablet audience?
Google has come a long way since it incorporated its “Don’t be evil” motto in 1998 — but is the company still holding true to its old beliefs? - Can We Still Trust Google?
Mark Zuckerberg shared a photo on February 1st. Normally, this wouldn’t be news, but this photo had a suspiciously large white rectangle that has captivated the hearts and minds of search engine fans the world over. The photo in question was of Zuckerberg’s desk, which just so happened to have a laptop open to a version of Facebook with a much more prominent search bar at the top. ... Is Facebook declaring war on Google? - Facebook’s New Search Engine: Google-Killer or Ad Machine?
This infographic has a bunch of marketing points scattered throughout it. You’ll see why Google+ might help you take your business goals to the next level... - Infographic: Google+ for Business