News tagged ‘google’
Monday, 5 Jul 2010
It's been a while since we've seen a HTC Android phone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, but not for long should the HTC Vision come soon.
Friday, 2 Jul 2010
Once again, Google throws in another Froyo update for its Nexus One, named as FRF91, which should be reaching Nexus One devices over-the-air in a matter of days.
Wednesday, 30 Jun 2010
After boldly stating earlier this year it would no longer censor search results on its Chinese site according to China's regulations, Google's now trying to appease the Chinese government to allow it to continue operating in the country.
Tuesday, 29 Jun 2010
Fancy having Mario jumping and bashing some gombas on your phone? Yes you can, though it has to be on an Android 2.1 and above device.
Thursday, 24 Jun 2010
In a ruling that will reassure online content providers and web hosts alike, a U.S court has ruled that Viacom has no case in its billion dollar copyright infringement suit against Google's YouTube.
Monday, 21 Jun 2010
The beleaguered search giant is likely to face even greater backlash after a French investigation confirms that the data collected by Google's Street View cars includes passwords and e-mail addresses.
Besides its plans to integrate Adobe Flash with its Chrome browser, Google now wants to add Adobe's PDF support to its browser.
Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010
Google and Fifa have collaborated on a range of tools to facilitate easier access to World Cup news and scores from Google's Chrome browser. Aside from World Cup themes, the Fifa extension provides a live feed of results, news and match stats. Users can also personalize the plug-in for goal alerts.
Wednesday, 9 Jun 2010
It's been a year since Google Wave launched to great fanfare at Google I/O 2009. At its introduction, Google Wave looked set to be The Next Big Thing, being Email 2.0 Turbo-Charged. So how has Wave been, how is it now and where is it going?
Tuesday, 8 Jun 2010
Australia wants the police to investigate a privacy breach with Google as the apologetic perpetrator. The Australian authorities claim that Google has been mining details of WiFi activity from domestic networks since the deployment of its Streetcar mapping vehicles.