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Google Employees Receiving Android 4.0 OTAs on Nexus S

Google is said to be sending out over-the-air updates of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to its employees who own the Nexus S devices as part of an internal testing.

Twitter: Top Tweets for 2011

It is that time of year again where Twitter highlights the top ten tweets which made a difference in our world.

Android 4.0 Demoed on Creative Jaguar3 Reference Tablet

With Google's Android 4.0 source code made available, Creative demonstrated its performance on their Jaguar3 reference tablet, powered by the company's Zii Labs ZMS-20 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor.

Experience Windows Phone 7 on iOS or Android

Thinking of trying out Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 on your iOS or Android phone? A guided demo running on your device's browser gives you a brief experience of the Microsoft mobile OS.

Familiar: Combine Your Social Photos into a Screensaver

Available in beta form, Familiar is a desktop and web-based application which enables you to create a social picture frame for your close friends and family.

Use WhatsApp on your PC with Android Emulator

WhatsApp is available on a wide variety of mobile platforms. And if you're feeling adventurous, you can also use it on the PC with a few simple steps on an Android emulator

Microsoft Office on iPad?

Microsoft may be working on an iPad version of the Microsoft Office Suite, in order to extend their business app's market share within the tablet scene.

Microsoft Surface 2.0 Ready for Pre-Order in Singapore and 22 Other Countries

Microsoft's next generation Surface 2.0 is already for pre-order after some delays and it is a 40-inch tablet-like touchscreen computer that breaks the mould of computing as you know it.

Google Kills Wave and Six Other Services

Google is dumping Wave - a live, shared space on the Web where people can collaborate and communicate - along with six other services.

Facebook Newsfeeds Hit by Pornography

A number of Facebook users' newsfeeds have been compromised by pornographic and disturbing images, according to UK's tech publication TechWatch.



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