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Friday, 29 Jun 2012
Google's Chrome web browser for Android is now out of its beta phase and ready for prime time, provided you have an Ice Cream Sandwich device that is. Chrome is also the default browser for Android devices running Jelly Bean. The Chrome app is now available for download in the iTunes app store for Singapore.
A report from BGR claims that Amazon has two new Kindle Fire tablets in the works, slated to be launched as early as next month. One is allegedly a 7-inch dual-core model, and the other is a larger 10-inch variant which packs a quad-core processor.
According to data gleaned from web analytic sources such as Alexa and Comscore, interest and traffic to Pinterest and overtaken Tumblr in the United States.
As 2012 schedule is "no longer realistic", Research in Motion will only be able to launch BlackBerry 10-powered devices in Q1 2013.
Thursday, 28 Jun 2012
The new Maps update has been rolled out today on Google Play, allowing users to save maps offline in more than 150 countries.
Firefox 14, the latest version of Mozilla's mobile browser is currently available for download in the Google Play store for Android devices. There are a couple of new features on tap, so read on to find out more!
A U.S. judge has approved Apple's preliminary injunction in the U.S. against Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1, stating that "although Samsung has a right to compete, it does not have a right to compete unfairly, by flooding the market with infringing products."
Actual units of Google Glass, Google's augmented reality glasses, have been revealed at the Google I/O. Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder, has also provided details as well as the expected availability of the product. Hit the jump for more.
Google+ turns 1 year old and it has been revamped with a new "Events" feature, Google Calendar integration and will also appear on Android tablets and the iPad soon.
Looks like Apple will have something to think about after Google unleashed the Nexus Q at the Google I/O event moments earlier. Dubbed as a "social streaming media device", the Nexus Q is able to stream multimedia content from the cloud via Android-based mobile devices, and more.