Several weeks back we translated a handy Unity Quicklist for Google+ by László Torma. That Quicklist is now even better, Google+heads. Credit goes to Chris Druif, who has enhanced the launcher item by adding in 'drag and drop' Photo uploading to Picasa Web Albums. Photos, depending on your privacy settings for the folder you choose to upload to, will also show up on your Google+ account.
Google have announced the release of Google Music Manager for Linux.
As the momentum behind Google+ continues to gather pace its users are longing for desktop integration. To help tide us over until Google release some proper Google+ tools for developers to play with reader Tom LeJeune has added 'drag n' drop' Picasa image uploading to the Google+ Unity Quicklist we shared a few days back. If it sounds like something you'd use, here's how...
Like a lot of people right now I am loving Google+ – the search giants stab at social networking. Until Google get around to releasing a kick-ass API for Google+ so someone can make a […]
Yesterday, Google unveiled its new social network and competitor to Facebook, 'Google+.' The service aims to bring the search, phone, advertising, video chat (seriously, what doesn't Google compete in nowadays) giant into the realm of social networks, currently dominated by Mr Zuckerberg's Facebook. We don't usually cover social networks on OMG! Ubuntu!, but we figured that the introduction of Google+ means a lot to the future landscape of the Internet, and the fact that invites are scarce (luckily we were sent a couple) compelled me to write a run-down article covering some of the basic features.
Google began rolling out a darker menu bar across its sites and services yesterday. This minor similarity has led one developer to create a userstyle that replaces Google's choice of menu bar with an Ubuntu Ambiance-themed 'Panel' style - even through to the highlight colour used in menus
Google are known to be a cheeky company. A cheeky company that also has many employees that use Ubuntu and are looking forward to Natty Narwhal. That aside, we were still pretty surprised to see that the Google Maps team have added a giant Narwhal swimming in the Thames outside Canonical's office in the Millbank Tower for a little Ubuntu-related April Fooling.
Bored of being browser-bound when reading your RSS feeds? Check out Read-Me: a dedicated Google-reader app for the Ubuntu desktop.
Driving across Brazil with Ubuntu hooked up to a solid 3G connection may sound like my own take on an ace road trip but, according to one former Google Streetview driver it's exactly how the Google Streetview cars travel around Brazil.
Google's Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist Vinton Cerf is about to take the stage at Linux.conf.au to deliver the conference's primary keynote.
The Ubuntu font family has been added to the Google Font Directory, allowing web developers the world over to use the font on their site.
Well I've been spending the last couple hours getting acquainted with my CR-48, and it's definitely been a fun experience. I was extremely excited as I dug into the box with the cutesy illustration of a rocket powered mouse wheel to get at the computer.