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Displaying items by tag: Google Talk

Polycom is about to launch in Australia its CloudAXIS technology that enables anyone with a camera equipped device supporting a browser to be invited into a videoconference, and it is expected to soon be offered as cloud-based service.

Published in Networking
Thursday, 19 July 2012 08:31

MultiMi consolidates social media activity

AVG's MultiMi aims to provide a single interface to multiple social media services, much as multi-protocol instant messaging applications such as Adium can connect simultaneously to multiple IM services.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 04 July 2012 08:27

Google announces more closures

Nothing is forever, and Google is pulling down the shutters on another batch of products and services.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 17 February 2012 09:48

Apple's Mountain Lion springs from Cupertino

The iOSification of the Mac continues with OS X Mountain Lion, due midyear. But maybe that isn't so bad after all.

Wednesday, 16 December 2009 01:23

Unlocked Google phone likely for sale on January 5

Google is poised to extend its domination of search to the mobile phone market with news an official Google phone may be on sale as early as January 5th. The handset will be for sale unlocked and without contract and will use data, not voice.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 08 July 2009 00:20

Gmail, other Google apps come out of beta

The Google Apps suite of office applications has finally lost its "beta" label, which--for example--Gmail has carried for five years.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 20:15

Windows speaks your instant messaging dialect, too

Windows, whether XP or Vista, is home to all the major instant messenger (IM) clients, and for things like Skype, unquestionably has the best versions. But if you’re hankering to talk to multiple friends on multiple IM systems at the same time, and you want some open source goodness without having to go through the pain of learning Linux, try Pidgin for Windows instead – the open source program that lets you talk freely.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 04:09

T-Mobile/HTC G1: First Android phone arrives

After months of anticipation, the first Android-based phone has been unveiled. Does the T-Mobile G1 have what it takes?

Published in Mobility
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
Wednesday, 27 August 2008 04:34

Google Android delay: Bluetooth, GTalk APIs

Uh-oh... Two major features have been dropped from the APIs for version 1.0 of Google's Android mobile phone platform: Bluetooth and GTalkService (Google Talk).

Published in Mobility
Google has released a version of its Google Talk IM product specially optimised for the iPhone and iPod touch. Google Talk runs in the Safari browser, so no installation is required, unlike native IM clients for Macs and PCs that must be downloaded and installed before use.

Published in Mobility
Only days before the iPhone 3G’s release, Google brings yet another application to the iPhone, but this one designed to run in the Safari browser, meaning it works on the iPod Touch too, giving you text chat access to all your Google Talk contacts. What’s it like?

Published in Mobility




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