Google wants your spreadsheets Video
Get a first look at Google Spreadsheet, an addition to the company's Web-based application family, which includes Google Calendar and Gmail.
CNET's Rafe Needleman previews Google's suite of free hosted services, Google Apps for Your Domain. The suite consists of a bundle of existing Google products: Gmail, Chat, Calendar and Domain Web pages.
CNET's Rafe Needleman takes a look at the beta of Google's mapping software combined with its 3D-drawing application.
Microsoft makes billions of dollars each year from its Office franchise. But now Google has launched a spreadsheet and word processor on its Web site that anyone can use--for free. Is this the first move in a broader push by Google to expand into software applications? Join Charlie Cooper, Elinor Mills and Rafe Needleman in this week's edition\r\nof the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable.
CNET's Rafe Needleman took part in the "Under the Radar: Digital Media Conference" in Mountain View, Calif., on June 14, and took a look at the best software--from Skype on your cell phone to your own Web-based television station.
Tom Merritt shows you the much-hyped Motorola Q cell phone, Google's Web-based Spreadsheets, and more.
At Google's I/O developer conference in San Francisco this week, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi met with Jonathan Rochelle, product manager of Google Docs, to discuss the Web-based collaborative office suite. Find out what's going on in the "sexy" world of spreadsheets.
CNET's Rafe Needleman looks at Google's Checkout service, which launched Thursday. This online-shopping application can already be used to purchase merchandise at Buy.com, plus the Web sites of retail brands such as Levi Strauss, Starbucks, Fossil and Timberland.
Of all the announcements to come out of Microsoft's Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles, Webware Editor Rafe Needleman is most excited about the company's version of Google Docs. On this Daily Debrief, he explains to CNET's Kara Tsuboi why he's pleased to see a competitor to Google's free, shareable, Web-based program and why Microsoft's entry to the market could be timed just right.
On this edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks with senior writer Stephen Shankland about the constantly evolving features on Gmail, Google's Web-based e-mail program. From calendar modules to colored stars to quick access to your Google Docs, Shankland explains how the popular service is trying to become the one-stop shopping landing page to compete with Microsoft and Yahoo.