Posts Tagged ‘android’
After the HP discontinued webOS and their PC line, the HP TouchPad went on sale ($99 for the 16GB version and $149 for the 32GB version). If you were lucky enough to buy one, you’re probably wondering if there’s a way to get Android on the TouchPad. The answer is no, there isn’t; however, numerous […]
Today, Google has announced that they’ve purchased Motorola for a staggering 12.5 billion dollars in order to “supercharge” their Android platform! Google’s CEO, Larry Page, announced the acquisition of Motorola today on Google’s official blog: Given Android’s phenomenal success, we are always looking for new ways to supercharge the Android ecosystem. That is why I […]
The Google+ iPhone app has recently been approved by Apple and accepted into the App Store! It’s free (of course) and currently available for iPhone users – it isn’t iPad universal yet and it doesn’t support the iPod Touch either. The new app allows you to easily stay in touch with your Google+ Circles and […]
Google has recently announced their revamped Android Market, version 3.0.26, for all Android devices running Android Froyo and up! Google claims that their new version of Android Market makes it easier and more entertaining to brows for apps, movies and books: You’ll be delighted to find we’ve overhauled Android Market to make it faster, easier, […]
According to a Google developer, the already famous Google+ has an app waiting for approval in the iOS App store. The social networking app will be available for all iDevices and should be downloadable rather quickly.
Google+ enthusiests have recently dug into Google’s source code and have discovered references to Google+ Games. This would suggest that Google is working on a new social gaming feature for Google+ and it could be a feature seen in future updates.
Most of you are probably aware of Google’s new social networking service (Google+). The only way to be a part of Google+, for the time being at least, is to receive an invite – but due to the high volume of invites sent,Google had to temporarily disable the invite service. Thankfully there’s a way to […]
Yesterday I reported on google’s new social networking services, Google+ – and today it looks as if we’ll see a “Native Google+ app for iPhone 4 users (iOS 4+)”. This document was uncovered by iPhoneItalia and unfortunately Google didn’t provide much of launch date, they simply said “Coming soon” so stay tuned for more Google+ […]