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Google has released its own Mobile World Congress application today, putting the free app in the Android Market for devices running 2.2 or higher. Strangely unavailable for Honeycomb tablets, Android
A new feature for Google+ has been announced today which makes it easy to convert a normal status update/conversation into a Hangout with video. Let’s say you and your buddies
The service has expanded to 13 cities, with 25 more on the way.
After what seems like an eternity of waiting, Google has released an official Google Docs application for Android devices. Available for anything running 2.1 or higher, the native app provides
The best map on Android keeps getting better with more Latitude and Hotpot enhancements. Version 5.2 hits the Android Market today for 1.6 devices and above.
Google releases their first Honeycomb-optimized application into the Android Market. Check out the various layers that make up a human body, including nerves, bones, muscle, and more!
Google Goggles 1.3 has landed in the Android Market with support for print (magazine and newspaper) ads as well as the ability to solve Sudoku puzzles.
The XDA Forums site is reporting that forum member Dreetje has made it possible to install the Google Apps package on Android powered Archos tablets. A quote from the posting on XDA:
We’ve waited for more than two years for this day. Google officially rolled out their RSS Reader application to Android handsets on Monday yet we had not seen anyone cover it. It’s crazy too, because we know tons of people who have pined for this app forever!
Google has announced in a blog post that their Google Shopper application is being updated to version 1.3. Google Shopper was much more popular than originally expected, and it’s about to get even better. According to Daniel Switkin, the Senior Software Engineer for Google Shopper, the new version brings a few new features to the table. One such feature is the ability to filter your search results by price and/or brand.
Augen, maker of the GenTouch78, the well known “$150 Kmart tablet,” has been under fire from Google for distributing the Android Market and other Google apps without permission. Since Augen and
Google has announced today that their Google Buzz service is now available on all Android handsets. Up until now Buzz was only available to users with 2.0 or higher. While
Yesterday it was announced that the latest version of Google’s Gmail for Mobile website has been tweaked to include Buzz status in the inbox. It’s now possible to see what
While geo-location applications have become increasingly popular, there are those that still feel uncomfortable broadcasting their every movement to everyone around them. Sometimes, you just don’t want everyone to know