Google has put together a montage of fun video on how fast the Chrome browser is.
As mentioned yesterday, Google Chrome is fast. The unusual similes are visually provided below.
[via Google's Chrome Blog]Seth Weintraub - May 5, 2010 12:22 PM ET
Tony Bates isn't just an online video fanatic when he's on the clock. The Cisco (CSCO) executive also served on the board of YouTube in his spare time, before Google (GOOG) bought it in 2006. When I sat down with Bates in his office recently, the veteran of Cisco's service provider and enterprise units talked about how he ended up advising YouTube and why he believes video is the next MOREJon Fortt - Jan 19, 2010 7:00 AM ET
Cisco has its swagger back.
When the networking provider hosted Wall Street analysts at its San Jose headquarters Tuesday for its annual update on the state of the business, the most striking thing was the full-scale return of confidence. After a year in which most of tech has struggled to regain its footing in a global financial crisis, CEO John Chambers and his lieutenants told the financial community that they're poised MOREJon Fortt - Dec 9, 2009 11:52 AM ET
On the face of it, Cisco's bid to purchase Norwegian videoconferencing rival Tandberg for $2.98 billion looks like a crushing victory for Cisco. After all, CEO John Chambers has been a tireless advocate for Cisco's version of the technology, using it to slash his travel budget and pitch a new way to work – and he's nabbing Tandberg for a mere 11% premium over Wednesday closing stock price. (Tandberg trades MOREJon Fortt - Oct 1, 2009 1:42 PM ET
For those who couldn't make it to San Francisco Monday -- or who couldn't get into the event (it sold out in record time) -- Apple (AAPL) has posted a 2-hour streaming video of the entire keynote. Click here to watch it.
If you want to learn more about the iPhone 3G S without watching the video, the same link offers a 13-minute guided tour that can be played on a MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jun 8, 2009 9:52 PM ET
For those who couldn't make it to Cupertino, Calif., Tuesday, Apple (AAPL) has posted a Quicktime video of its iPhone OS 3.0 special event.
Click here or on the image at right to view it.
These recordings are always useful to pick up nuances and details -- including, in this case, a live duet on leaf trombones and a terrifying three-person shoot-out -- that don't make it into the live blogs and MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Mar 18, 2009 10:18 AM ET
For those who couldn't make it to San Francisco to catch Steve Jobs' appearance Tuesday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Performing Arts, Apple (AAPL) has posted the video here.
Among the highlights:
"The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated"
Updated iTunes numbers: 8.5 million songs, 125,000 podcasts, 30,000 TV shows, 2,600 movies, 65 million credit card accounts
NBC is back, HDTV content for $2.99
Demos of iTunes 8.0, Genius feature
iPod classic: 120GB MORE
There was no lack of enthusiasm -- or videography -- at Thursday's opening of the company's new flagship store in Boston. Thousands of fans turned up and at least a dozen videos have already been edited and posted on YouTube; three representative clips are pasted below the fold.
Anyone who hasn't been to one of these events might find these images shocking.
It's one thing to stand in line for hours and MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - May 17, 2008 9:45 AM ET
What's next for the Apple (AAPL) iPhone? A flurry of new features -- starting with a "locate me" pseudeo-GPS function on Google Maps -- according to leaks that have been making the rounds of the Apple blogs.
The scoop goes to GearLive.com, which for the past two days has been exploring what appears to be a pre-release version of firmware update 1.1.3. The improvements (documented with screenshots) that it has discovered MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Dec 31, 2007 1:02 PM ET
This promises to be a huge Christmas for Apple (AAPL) -- what with new iPods, a new Mac OS, and the new iPhone -- and the 200 or so Apple Stores will play a key part in moving the merchandise.
These retail outlets are cash machines. More than 100 million people moved through the stores in the fiscal year that ended in September, generating about $4.2 billion of the company's $24 MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 26, 2007 7:37 AM ET
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