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GlobalMeet for Android Brings Effortless Conferencing to Your Favorite Smartphone

Earlier this year, Google hosted Google I/O, its annual developer conference where it typically debuts new versions of its various products. On display this year were new versions of Google Maps, conversational search capabilities and a completely revamped Google+ experience. However, also of note were the numbers: Google confirmed that there have been 900 million Android™ activations to date. By …

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Nerd Alert: 10 Places I Go for Tech News

talk nerdy to me

I am quite happily the resident nerd on my team here at PGi. I’m a gamer, I obsessively keep up with the latest apps and gadgets, and yes, I’m even the go-to guy for light tech support (have you tried turning it off and back on again?). Recently, I’ve been asked by my team members and other coworkers about what …

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Google Gambles on Glass

What is Google Glass, and will it actually be the next big thing? Google’s foray into wearable technology – Glass – is a step toward the dream of ubiquitous computing in which the Internet is available everywhere at all times without the need for interrupting the task at hand. With Glass, Google puts the Internet even closer than your fingertips-right …

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Android 101: Demystifying 3 of Android’s Buzzwords

Josh Android iMeet

I tend to catch a lot of flak at work for my recently developed Google fanboyism, my insistence that Google+ really isn’t a ghost town and that Google Glass, albeit admittedly goofy looking at the moment has the potential to cause a dramatic shift towards wearable technology. And this flak isn’t particularly surprising; despite Android™’s growth, Apple maintains a firm …

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PGi is a Proud Sponsor of Girlstart – Empowering Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

This Tuesday PGi had the privilege of supporting Girlstart, a Texas program that fosters science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skill development in young girls. Several women from PGi’s Austin and Atlanta offices, along with our friends from Evernote, came together for Girlstart’s annual Game Changers luncheon to celebrate girls, the power of STEM and the pursuit of fun.   Founded …

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#ShiftNYC begins “un-conference” with social enterprise panel

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If you’ve been reading the #Shift blog or following our recent event, you know that PGi has been busily deconstructing the world’s present work dynamic and examining new trends that are reshaping our professional identity. In media, in corporate environments, and in consumers’ minds and habits, the status quo is unquestionably changing. The dialogues among our panelists and attendees at …

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My 2010 Meeting Resolutions: Taking a Tip from Google

If you think you have a lot of meetings, talk to Google VP of Search Products, Marissa Mayer. She’s in over 70 meeting every week. Yet, she credits her meeting structure for leading to some of Google’s most innovative ideas. In a recent BusinessWeek article (“How to run a meeting like Google”), Mayer lists her six steps to running successful …

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