All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Gears’
Google Gears took two steps today to make a lot of people’s lives less complicated. First, we’ve all been encouraged to skip six keystrokes and just call it "Gears." Second, its work with a certain social network should make MySpace messages much easier to sort through.
Here’s Bret Taylor on my new video camera talking about Google’s Gears. He manages developer products at Google and we have a seven minute conversation about Google Gear, the new developer API that lets Web developers build offline applications.
Why did I put this up on Blip.tv? Because I used my new Sanyo Xacti video camera and am experimenting. This is a little shaky, sorry about that.
I jumped out of the Google Developer Day in Hamburg, Germany, because this is big news (coming straight from Sydney’s Developer Day): Google released an offline web app framework called Google Gears. One of the first applications is an offline version of Google Reader. Google’s Gears homepage explains that Gears is …