Posts Tagged ‘open’

Google has announced to liberate users data to show how much it care about its users

September 14, 2009

Google has announced on their public policy blog that they have launched a data liberation front known as which will be used to guide Google users to liberate their data, means take their data away from Google to some other service. This is a very nice and sincere initiative from Google and will satisfy all those who claimed that Google has taken over our lives and we have all our improtant data under Google’s control. Even I was concerened about that but today Google has answered all of the concerns regarding the user’s data that is stored on Google. Currently not all service of Google supports data liberation but most of them do which includes Gmail too. shows how much Google is willing to commit open standards and open web. Google believes users own their data not Google and hence the project dataliberation has been initiated. I won’t be a surprise to see more such innovatives ideas coming out of Google because no doubt they have the best people in their team.


Moving towards 3d web, Google has joined the caravan

April 22, 2009

Google has released an open-source web API for creating and displaying 3D in browser. The API is named O3D and is available at google code. Accoring to the Google Code O3D,

O3D is an open-source web API for creating rich, interactive 3D applications in the browser. This API is shared at an early stage as part of a conversation with the broader developer community about establishing an open web standard for 3D graphics.

The O3D Home page has more information, go check it out. If you are a devleoper and interested in 3D then get involved and be part of the revolution that will be soon brought to the web in the shape of 3D or else stay tuned to experience the nextgen 3D web.