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“T-Mobile G1 manufacturer HTC plans to develop more handsets based on Android. It maintain this will not affect its Windows Mobile business – the Google platform [...]
The Android’s first device, T-Mobile’s G1, was recently announced and it didn’t take long for Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer to make a valid point:
“We do,” Ballmer told Reuters, when asked whether his firm would stick with licensing fees. “We are doing well, we believe in the value of what we are doing.”
“It’s interesting to ask [...]
I am not sure when this one was released but I was just browsing around and found it. Still no Street View which has been launched on a few other platforms like the BlackBerry but I guess that would change soon. Not too sure about the changelog for this one either so it’s really [...]
The count’s at zero. A big, fat zero. Did we have an exodus of readers overnight?
Nah, it’s just a problem with Feedburner (our RSS feed service). It was a problem that started sometime last week and we had our feed count at zero as well for 2 days but thankfully Google manage to get [...]
When it comes to downloading stuff directly to your phone from the web, it can be a frustrating experience. The site is not formatted properly, you need to go through many pages just to reach the download page or once you do, the file is in .exe format (which means you need to run it [...]
As most of you probably know, I have fallen in love with GooSync. It is a fantastic application which takes up almost no space on your device, and effortlessly syncs your Google calendar, contacts, and tasks. Exactly what I needed. I can now manage my personal information from anywhere.
The biggest problem which I and [...]
There are many navigational software out there but they do not focus on pedestrians. There are millions of us around the world who still take a bus or train to get from one destination to another and thanks to Google, we’ll soon be able to do it more effectively.
You see, Google has teamed up [...]
That’s what HTC seems to be claiming even though they are one of the front runners when it comes to devices running Google’s new mobile platform. According to msmobiles.com:
…the Diamond phone powered by Windows Mobile, that will be announced on May 6, is the most important product for HTC this year, more important than [...]
Ever since Google Calendar came up with the application to allow you to sync your Outlook Calendar with it, I always wondered what would happen to GooSync. Sure it allows you to directly sync between your Windows Mobile device and your Google Calendar so Mac and Linux users be make this their application of [...]
While firing up the Google Maps on my Glofiish X500 last night, I got a message that a newer version was available. Coming in at v126.96.36.199, I could not really find any improvements or new features. Everything looks and functions the same to me actually and I could not find a changelog anywhere. So if [...]
From the Official Google Mobile Blog.
Although an iPhone version of Picasa Web Albums was already out there, one of the guys at the Google Mobile Team has decided make a Windows Mobile version of Picasa Web Albums so that us Win Mob users don’t feel so left out.
Using the newly announced Google Gears for [...]
WalkingHotSpot Turns Your Pocket PC Into a WiFi Hotspot
Got an unlimited data connection and want to share it with your colleagues the next time you are out together? The WalkingHotSpot by TapRoot is something keeping a watch on. It turns your Pocket PC into WiFi hotspot. What’s great about this application is that you could [...]