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Picasa and Blogger to be renamed

Posted in Google by Reuben Drake on July 5th, 2011

Looks like Google is taking this social networking thing seriously. The company is reportedly trying to put all of its products under one brand. According to Mashable, Picasa and Blogger may become something like ‘Google Photos’ and ‘Google Blogs.’

Blogger will get a UI overhaul, but otherwise, both services should function exactly the same as they do now. The move may take place within the next six weeks and unify Google’s offerings. Youtube is safe however.

Eye-Fi and Picasa team up for holiday deal

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on December 9th, 2009

eyefi-sbIf you are one of the masses who takes gobs of digital movies and photos and wants a place to store them where they will be safe, but you don’t like having to bother with difficult upload processes I have a deal for you. Google Picasa and Eye-Fi have teamed up for a special deal for new customers.

Picasa is offering anyone who signs up for a plan with 200GB of storage at $50 annually a free Eye-Fi Home memory card. This card can send movies and pictures automatically to the web when they are taken.

VUDU brings Pandora, Picasa and Flickr to connected HDTVs, more apps coming soon

Posted in VUDU by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2009

VUDU brings Pandora, Picasa and Flickr to connected HDTVs, more apps coming soonWait. I thought HDTVs were all about watching actual TV. Well, VUDU thinks it’s all about apps and they may be right. VUDU has today made both Picasa and Flickr access possible through LG and Mitsubishi sets with integrated VUDU software.

Yes, this was already available to those of you relying on one of VUDU’s set-top boxes, but some of us like to have everything within the display itself. Pandora streaming is also available on VUDU-fied Mitsubishi panels, but LG has “requested that only free TV and games be available on their devices.”