Remember the days when Google was just a search engine? Now, it seems like half the Web services we use and an innumerable number of tech gadgets all sport Google's familiar, multi-color logo - and this very well soon may include your TV service and Internet connection.Google recently introduced Google Fiber TV. Fiber is the company's new broadband solution, which boasts speeds in excess of 100 times typical broadband connections. With the Google Fiber TV package (which will run you about $120 a month) you get the Fiber modem, the TV service (which apparently allows you to record up to eight shows at a time), a terabyte of storage courtesy of Google's cloud service and a handy remote to control the system: the Google Nexus 7 tablet.To sweeten the pot, all the standard staples of Internet TV are included as well, including Netflix, on-demand content and movie networks - but it's faster and better quality than what's currently offered by devices like Apple TV and most smart televisions.Google has decided to roll Fiber out starting in Kansas and Missouri (hmm), so it's not available in Colorado at this time. We need to practice patience.Intrigued? Learn more here: http://fiber.google.com/plans/residential/
1) http://tinyurl.com/8pz5562 - Learn how to use Gmail's built-in keyboard shortcuts and how to create your own custom Gmail shortcuts, too.2) http://tinyurl.com/9bpw5ns - Get instant ideas for your blog with this one easy tip.3) http://youbars.com/gifts - Perhaps you've seen the You Bar TV commercial? If not, allow me to introduce you to You Bars. You Bar allows you to create customized, fresh protein bars. You choose the size, ingredients and name for your special creation (and yep, that name gets printed on every single one of your bars' wrappers). Customized bars, just how you like them.4) http://t.co/u8oZC9j - The Wacom "Inkling" enables you to capture your sketches as you draw them. With the ability to create separate layers to be uploaded into Photoshop, you can store hundreds of sketches on the device before uploading them to your PC or Mac. 5) http://tinyurl.com/9mjpfpz - This Q & A article answers the very common question "How do I make my images bigger?"Erin Pheil is the owner of timeforcake creative media - the Web design & strategy company voted #1 in Best of Summit. Visit the timeforcake website at www.timeforcake.com or email Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org.