Posted: September 22nd, 2015 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Apple, Standout, Tech-Business News | Tags: apple, Apple Car, Apples Project Titan Readying for 2019 Launch, Auto News, Google Drive, Grilled Auto News, Project Titan, Standout | Comments Off on GRILLED! Apples Project Titan Readying for 2019 Launch
Apple has us all – consumers – in its pocket, well, we have Apple in all our pockets …you got what I mean!? Now apparently the consumer behemoth aims to have us in it on the road. The company is set to release its first car in 2019, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal’s Daisuke Wakabayashi.
Apple is referring to the idea as a “committed project” internally, the WSJ report says. According to sources the company plans on tripling the number of folk working on the project.
The initiative, being called Project Titan, so far consists of 600 people.
Although many reports have suggested that Apple is working on a self-driving car, the company’s first vehicle is more likely to not be fully autonomous Wakabayashi wrote, citing sources familiar with the project.
A quick trawl through LinkdIn also dragged a surprise, Apple has headed hunted a senior Tesla exec :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: April 26th, 2012 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Cloud, Google | Tags: android, Chrome Web Store, Dropbox, Google, Google Docs, Google Drive, OCR, Picassa | Comments Off on GOOGLE DRIVE :: CLOUD INTEGRATION GOOGLE STYLE
Google yesterday announced its DropBox killer, Google Drive, pledging every user 5GB of free storage. That’s a pretty good deal, combined with other Google products – Google Docs, soon to be Picassa and Gmail – as well as some comprehensive search capabilities, Google Drive appears to be a pretty close to taking over the galaxy that is cloud, for the personal user at least.
But there’s another story here. Products such as Google Drive and DropBox are becoming more frequently released, more importantly, cheap. It costs less than $10 to back up 100GB.
Punters truly have no excuse, the concept of accidentally deleting a file should be a thing of the past. Expect to see a DropBox Teams competitor any day now. Google truly seems to have our online world stitched
UPDATE :: OK, not happy Jan!! I feel slightly duped, it seems that Google has Given at the same Time as They’ve Taken Away!! On loading Google Drive I’ve lost my Google Docs account, well perhaps an exaggeration, my Google Docs space – some 1.7GB – has been integrated into my new Google Drive – 5 GB – a gain of 3.3Gb :: Read the full article »»»»