- News tagged "google"
Wednesday, 4 Jan 2012
Preloaded with Android 4.0, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be available in Singapore from February 2012, priced at S$948 before contract. The Korean company also announced the availability of its mid-range Samsung Galaxy W Android smartphone, sometime in Jan 2012.
Fresh from its tablet lineup, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 will be available from January and February 2012 respectively. The former will be priced at S$768 while the latter gets a price tag of S$898.
Thursday, 29 Dec 2011
Pocketnow stumbled upon a photo that was taken by an unknown Samsung device with the model number GT-I9500. Could GT-19500 be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III?
Wednesday, 28 Dec 2011
Google saw a spike of new users on its Google+ service during December 2011, coinciding with a promotional video that involves the Muppets rocking out via Hangouts on Google+. Coincidence, or is this advertising done right?
Friday, 23 Dec 2011
Google and Mozilla have just sealed an estimated US$300 million-a-year search deal that will last for three years. In other words, the non-profit organization would have US$900 million of guaranteed funding for the next three years.
Thursday, 22 Dec 2011
The Secret Santa gift exchange template allows users to quickly send out a form to collect necessary information from participating guests. Then, the form will assign Secret Santas and send automated emails to guests with all the details.
Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011
Google hit the brakes on the Android 4.0 update for Samsung Nexus S devices in some regions while they "monitor feedback" from users.
Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011
Trust Google to come up with a geeky way to launch the Galaxy Nexus. A beat'em up game is planted within the unboxing video of the Android 4.0 smartphone hosted on YouTube, and the game is also available on the Android Market.
Learning from the outrage that accompanies every Facebook overhaul, Google+ has decided to make changes to its social media service in increments. The new tweaks bring a volume bar for circles, better photo management and notifications.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt revealed details about the company's plans to introduce a competitive tablet within the next six months.