Google is launching offline versions of Gmail, Calender and Docs in a effort to increase productivity of the company. Although there are lot of online users, but most Internet connections are not as fast as Google servers can provide you with information.
The apps are only available through the Chrome Web Store at the moment. Google says that it intends to roll out its offline apps to other browsers once they support the functionality. If you try to use the Calendar or Docs offline features, you will be prompted to first install Chrome.
Facebook intends to launch its long-rumored music service next month with Spotify, MOG and Rdio as three of the company’s launch partners, that’s what Mashable has learned recently.
The music and media platform will be announced at Facebook’s f8 developer conference on Sept. 22. It will allow users to listen to music from within Facebook.com. Evidence of Facebook’s music platform first surfaced in the code of Facebook’s video chat service. I suggest you reading this post of announcing f8 2011.
According to two sources familiar with the matter, Facebook will not directly host or stream any music or media. Instead, it will rely on partners to provide the content. This is in contrast to Apple, Google and Amazon’s strategy of hosting music content on their servers. Facebook’s plan is to become a platform for media content in the same way it is a platform for applications and games.
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