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Tuesday, 7 Dec 2010
Right after the Google Nexus S announcement, we also spotted Google's Andy Rubin giving a demonstration of the upcoming Google Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, on a prototype Motorola tablet.
Google opens its own online electronic bookstore in a bid to enter the lucrative ebook market hogged by Kindle-maker Amazon. Google's ebooks will be stored in the "cloud" and be available for reading from any computer connected to the Internet, or via applications on mobile devices such as smartphones.
Google's Android 2.3 is finally released and comes packing with plenty of features. The first to come packing Android 2.3? The long rumored, newly announced Google Nexus S (that's made by Samsung).
Monday, 6 Dec 2010
Facebook is redesigning the profile pages of its users to make it more of a reflection of their real lives and emphasize one of the site's most popular features, photos.
Didn't believe the rumors about the PS Phone? Well, here's more proof. Guess we can expect a reveal soon, probably at CES 2011 in January.
Google's attempt to land Groupon appears to have broken down, making it the search giant's second failed acquisition of a social startup.
Friday, 3 Dec 2010
Dwolla, a peer to peer payment platform, announces its service is now available in America with support for Twitter and Facebook.
World of Warcraft players, you may either rejoice, or fear this news. Word has it that you might be able to play World of Warcraft on your Android device, with the help of GameString and its streaming technology.
Google Chrome 8 gets a stable release with some new features and plenty of bug fixes.
The latest virus database update from AVG appears to be toxic to those using a 64-bit version of Windows 7.