- News tagged "google"
Friday, 18 Nov 2011
Panasonic might enter the global smartphone market in 2012, with plans to launch its smartphone range in the UK and five other European countries.
Thursday, 17 Nov 2011
Google Music was released in Beta stage to a select few in may, and now Google has officially unveiled the service to all customers in the U.S, with plans to bring the service to all global Android users. Hit the jump for more details.
Wednesday, 16 Nov 2011
The Android 3.2 update for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been retracted due to an issue related to its Wi-Fi feature. The company is currently working on a resolution before it pushes the firmware update again.
What could bring two competitors such as Google and Facebook together? A common threat to their future well being. Both giants have banded together, along with Zynga, to combat the Stop Online Piracy Act.
Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011
An anonymous source reported that Lenovo is planning to release a 10.1-inch tablet powered by NVIDIA's new quad-core Tegra 3 processor, loaded with Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich before the end of 2011.
Google has officially released the source code for the long-awaited Android 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich. Does this mean we will all be having some dessert soon? Read on to find out.
Monday, 14 Nov 2011
Lenovo's been feeling pretty generous lately and has shed some light regarding its plans on creating a hybrid ThinkPad X1 that boasts twice the battery life with an Instant Media Mode, as well as when to expect Ivy Bridge processors in Ultrabooks.
Though slightly late in the game, Motorola just pushed out Google Android's 3.2 Honeycomb update to its Xoom Wi-Fi tablet from 31st October.
During the Samsung Galaxy Note regional launch in Jakarta, Google Android 4.0's Face Unlock feature was fooled by a photo when the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was shown a photo using the Galaxy Note.
Thursday, 10 Nov 2011
Larry Page who took over as Google's CEO in April, is working hard at streamlining the company to make it more efficient as well as dropping projects that aren't successful enough.