Google is planning an app store for Google Apps, the online office suite.
Google eventually plans to allow customers to purchase its partners’ software through the site, taking a cut for itself and sharing some revenue with the developers. Google will allow users to quickly access their purchased applications through the menu at the top of their screens within Gmail or Google Docs – wsj
Google Drops Support for IE6
Big news for web developers. Google has dropped the support for IE6 Browser, as well as Firefox 2, Safari 2 and Chrome 3.
Unfortunately, very old browsers cannot run many of these new features effectively. So to help ensure your business can use the latest, most advanced web apps, we encourage you to update your browsers as soon as possible. As a result you may find that from March 1 key functionality within these products — as well as new Docs and Sites features — won’t work properly in older browsers. – official blog
Steve Jobs and the Art of Presentation
Watch this video compiled by Neil Curtis that sums up all the keywords used by Steve Jobs during the recent iPad launch.
G Tablet is on it’s way and you can get a glimpse of the tablet on the official chromium page
Watch this video