Google Adds Crowdsourcing to Maps

Google is now using the locations and speeds of their mobile users to help each other out.  Rather than finding out where congestion is the hard way, the traffic layer now uses crowdsourcing to help users get a feel for real-time road conditions. For those of you with GPS enabled handsets with ...

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Brightkite Now Available in Android Market

Brightkite just launched their first client for the Android platform.  This marks their first app since the iPhone version.  It’s not just a standard port though as this version offer features like integrated Google maps and background notifications for new messages.  Unlike the ...

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BuddyMob Fine-Tuned for Optimal Performance

Brussels,  26 March  2009 – BuddyMob is a free, cool application for mobile devices, made by Kiboo. BuddyMob gives you access to all your social networking applications like Twitter, MSN, Gtalk and AIM and use them simultaneously from your mobile phone, via one simple log-in.

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Android Armed up with a Map Editor by Google

Brian Cornell, a software engineer at Google, developed the My Map Editor app that allows Android phone users to create and share maps using their mobiles.  On top of that, one can also synchronize the maps to their PCs. Tell you what, he has developed this app using just 20% of his time over ...

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Maps For Google Android Takes Advantage of G1 Hardware

Google Mobile team is starting a new series of features on Android applications. First up: Maps for Android.

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