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Wednesday, 06 January 2010 18:39

Is Android stealing the iPhone buzz?

A recent survey of mobile phone users has shown a sharp increase in Android awareness.  This is expected to translate into market share; Apple, take note - the buzz you hear is not your latest ring-tone!

Published in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!
Dr Eric Schmidt, CEO at Google, has been a Director of Apple for almost exactly three years - until today. As he steps down we ask if this means that Apple and Google are now officially at war?

Search giant Google has announced the development of Chrome OS. This is a significant announcement and means good things for Linux.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Want to see what the Google gPhone is really like, and whether it hits the gSpot– or misses it completely? Then come and play with the G1 simulator and “literally” take it for a spin!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Google’s infamous yet handy Street View feature looks set to arrive with the iPhone OS 2.2 update, among other tweaks including graphical emoticons, but will the iPhone’s Street View work like it does on the Android?

Published in Market
Tuesday, 23 September 2008 18:58

Google Android phone: it IS 'œiPhone exciting'

Within hours, T-Mobile in the US will officially launch the Google Android phone. Dubbed the gPhone in response to the iPhone, some say it isn’t “iPhone exciting”, but I say it is – plus there’s news of leaked specs!

Published in Mobility
Monday, 23 June 2008 16:54

Google Android mobiles face lengthy delays

According to an article in the Wall Street Journal the much hyped mobile phones powered by open source Android software will not be arriving this year as expected. What's more, it seems that application compatibility could be a problem as developers get increasingly frustrated with Google.

Published in Strategy




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