We know that some of you guys out there have trouble managing your email’s inbox simply because you have too many emails and not enough time to reply and address all of them. That seems fair. There are also apps out there that aim to help you manage your inbox, such as Mailbox which promotes the idea of having an empty inbox.
Well it looks like Google could be planning something similar of their own. According to the folks at Android Police, Google has been working on a project called Project Bigtop and it basically sounds a lot like Mailbox and what it is trying to achieve for the user, which is essentially “inbox zero”. Read full post →Google’s Project Bigtop Will Help You Manage Your Email Inbox [Rumor]
Back in 2013, Google unveiled the Chromecast. For those unfamiliar, the Chromecast is a tiny USB device that can be plugged into a TV and then over WiFi, be used to stream content from mobile devices. This is great when you have movies and video clips that you’d rather enjoy on your TV as opposed to your phone’s small screen.
It has proven to be a pretty popular gadget due to its functionality, size, and price, which is why it does not seem completely out of the question to think that Google could be working on a second-generation Chromecast. This was hinted at by Google’s VP of product management, Mario Queiroz who spoke at GigaOm’s Structure Connect event this week. Read full post →Google Exec Hints At Second-Gen Chromecast