We are sad to announce that John and Nicholas Hanlon will no longer be hosting Google At A Glance. The podcast has been running now for more than two years and they’ve been joined by dozens of amazing guests. Google products have come and gone but our hope is that this show remained a quality source for everything happening at Mountain View.
Nate Swanner from AndroidAuthority.com is on Google At A Glance this week with host John Hanlon. They talk about Nate’s experience so far with the brand new Chromebook Pixel, the HP Slate 7 and Galaxy Note 8 devices from Mobile World Congress, Google+ 3rd party login, Google’s Oscar search data, Andy Rubin says no Google retail stores and Sergey Brin talking about Google Glass at TED conference.
John and Nicholas are both on the show this week. They talk about Google’s new Chromebook Pixel laptop, rumor of Google’s retail stores arriving soon, The Internship movie filmed at Mountain View, NFL stadiums being mapped, new info about Google Glass and Vic Gundotra making promises about the next Nexus phone.
Google At A Glance turns two this week! Steve Lee from NetCastStudio.com is back with John and Nicholas and they discuss Google paying big bucks to remain the default search engine on iOS, President Obama joins a Google+ Hangout, U.S. Naval Academy now using Google Apps, Google Maps now available on the Wii U and HP working on an Android tablet.
Troy King from TheAndroidVibe.com is back with John and Nicholas on Google At A Glance. They talk about Microsoft’s new ‘Scroogled’ ad campaign, Android and iOS now make up 92% of smartphone market, HP jumps into the Chromebook market, 2,000 schools now using Chromebooks, Samsung dominating Android market and the Nexus 4 is finally available.
Dave Thackeray from DaveThackeray.com joins John Hanlon on this week’s Google At A Glance. They talk about Google’s secret Google Glass meeting, Google+ now second most popular social network, Google donating 15k mini computers, YouTube paid subscriptions coming and the HTC Mini phone for your phone.