Google will pull the Photos and Streams components from Google+ and set them up as two new products. What else?
It’s hard not to sympathise with David Clark. The Labour spokesperson for revenue wants Facebook to pay its fair share of tax in New Zealand. Clark suggested banning or filtering the online giant could be one way of forcing Facebook to pay up. Finance minister Bill English was quick to ridicule the idea. He describes a […]
Good riddance to Google Wave. I never understood what the fuss was about. Wave may have been clever programming, but it didn’t do anything other applications already did better. Google has better tools for most Wave tasks. It did instant messaging although Google already had tools that do the same job. Wave did communications. Why […]
Plaxo is part social media tool, part address book. It is useful for keeping contact names and addresses up-to-date. Useful, but not as elegant or as handy as Linkedin. Not that I’d recommend LinkedIn to anyone. Plaxo has a chequered history. In the early days it’s messages looked like spam and were annoying. The company […]