News tagged ‘google’
Tuesday, 22 Mar 2011
In a surprising move, Samsung reveals a revamped Galaxy Tab 10.1, with their own TouchWiz UX user interface enhancements on top of Google's tablet-optimized Gingerbread OS and a much thinner profile measuring at 8.6mm.
Samsung's third tablet, the 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab, is no secret. With all the teasers being tossed out by Samsung over the last few weeks, and CTIA happening in just a day, more details have been revealed, including a reworked user interface on top of Google's Honeycomb layout.
Friday, 18 Mar 2011
The Samsung Nexus S offers the latest version of the Android platform, Gingerbread, 4" Super CLEAR LCD touch screen with curved design, front and rear-facing cameras and 1GHz application processor.
Thursday, 17 Mar 2011
Google has just added a new feature called Discussions within Google Docs, allowing users to engage in real time conversation while they edit their documents with fellow collaborators.
Google acquires Irish film technology company, Green Parrot Pictures, to improve the picture quality of videos posted on YouTube.
Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011
For those who saw the earlier Sony Ericsson Xperia Play ad with the Android mascot getting a thumb transplant, another ad has appeared, revealing the donor of the new thumbs for the green robot.
Monday, 14 Mar 2011
In light of the recent earthquake and events in Japan, Google has launched a new service called Google Person Finder which provides information regarding the disaster and helps locate missing people.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
As CTIA looms closer, Samsung is revealing more teaser shots of its supposed in-between Galaxy Tab with an 8.9-inch display. Various speculations have arised, including how the new Tab could be as slim as the Apple iPad 2.
Monday, 7 Mar 2011
The malware threat on the Google Android platform is very real, and Google is taking action by activating a remote kill switch to remove the malware app from devices.
Thursday, 3 Mar 2011
More than 50 applications on Google's Android Market have been discovered to be infected with a rootkit malware dubbed as "DroidDream" which can compromise personal data by taking over the user's device. Google have since suspended these apps from the Android store.