June 2012 Archives
Tuesday, 19th June 2012
Google has been busy adding features to its BigQuery service in the six weeks since it became available. There are new visualization dashboards, the ability to process more concurrent queries and additional commands. Clearly, Google is trying to make this a go-to service for ad hoc data processing.
Why We Need Firefox (and Chrome) on the iPad
Safari on the iPad doesn't cut it. Apple's mobile browser, we've long argued, has plenty to learn from its third-party competitors. And the list of iPad alternatives to Safari is about to get longer, as Mozilla prepares to make the leap from the desktop to iOS. The company recently previewed a demo of Junior, which aims to "reinvent…
How to Craft Your Own “Startup Legend”
Tech startups are a dime a dozen, so how do you make yours stand out - to the media and to the public? You need a “hook” to attract jaded reporters, busy bloggers and seen-it-all journalists. In short, you need a “startup legend” - which might or might not be 100% rooted in fact.