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Baidu Browser

Baidu Browser provides you easy, fast and safe access to browse everything on the Internet. Find "My favorites", "Recommendation" and...

2 days ago by Baidu

Costing Barnaby's hyperloop

On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses the recent spate of Android malware, website privacy guides, and week two of the election campaign.

August 15, 2013

How do you look without images?

Have you ever considered how your website looks if the user has images turned off?I only ask because I have tethered my Android phone to my laptop using EasyTether (darned proprietary software but I couldn't get the Free stuff to work).

December 12, 2011 by

Baidu

Baidu Browser for Android Highlights: Fast Browsing:With its proprietary, Baidu Browser speeds up loading and opening web pages. Coolest...

October 12, 2014 by Baidu

Android opens up to 'British English'

Google has made it possible for people to control their Android phones and tablet using spoken 'British English'.The software company introduced a tool called Voice Actions for Android in the US last year, allowing users to verbally direct their device to send a text to a contact, go to a website, or get directions to somewhere on Google Maps.

September 19, 2011 by

Notezilla Portable

Notezilla is a professionally designed sticky notes app for Windows. Create 3M Post-It(r) like digital sticky notes on Windows desktop...

April 8, 2014 by Conceptworld

Report: Apple wants to cut Samsung's EU Android supply

Apple is trying to cut off Samsung's supply of Galaxy Android tablets and smartphones to Europe by going after the Korean company's logistics and import subsidiaries, a website has claimed.On Thursday, the Dutch publication Webwereld reported that it had seen Apple's application to have the Galaxy range banned in the Netherlands for allegedly infringing on the intellectual property of Apple's iPhones and iPads.

August 18, 2011 by

Gemalto sues Google, HTC, Samsung, over Android's Java tech

Dutch security company Gemalto has sued Google, HTC, Motorola and Samsung over technologies contained in Dalvik, the Java implementation within the Android operating system.In a statement on its website, issued on October 25, Gemalto said "Gemalto'™s patented technologies are fundamental to running software, developed in a high level programming language such as Java, on a resource constrained device.

October 25, 2010 by

More details emerge on Android-based LG Ally smartphone

Given yesterday's heroic debut of the LG Ally, little else was known about the company's first Android-powered mobile phone other than the fact it was part of an Iron Man 2 media blitz. But with the unveiling of a special website all of its own today, more details have emerged.

May 5, 2010 by

Motorola DROID getting full featured firmware update soon

I had a chance last weekend to spend a bit of time with the Motorola Droid from Verizon Wireless and was impressed by the display and solid form factor. I didn't think the keyboard was that great and prefer the HTC Sense flavor of the Android OS. Those of you who own the Verizon Droid will be pleased to know that a firmware update should start rolling out today that address a ton of issues, as listed on the Android Central website and copied below.

December 8, 2009 by

Need a Facebook client for your Android device? Check out Babbler and Bloo

I tried using the fBook client that was available early on the T-Mobile G1 Google Android device and all that application did was provide a way to access the Facebook mobile website. I then purchased very lame FriendMobilizer client hoping it would give me a better Facebook experience and it is actually more limited and less useful than the mobile website. Last night I read about Babbler on the jkOnTheRun site and after checking out their website I immediately paid the $1.49 to get the application onto my T-Mobile G1. I also ran across the new Bloo Facebook application for Android devices that also looks quite promising.

July 7, 2009 by

Google optimizes Product Search for Android and iPhone browsers

Google develops and releases some outstanding mobile tools and according to the Official Google Mobile Blog you can now try out Google Product Search for Mobile that is an optimized website for the iPhone and Google Android web browsers. Simply go to Google on your device and then go to Product Search to see the results in the US and UK.

April 23, 2009 by

Magic from Vodafone expected on 5 May

The mobile phone company Vodafone said on Wednesday that the much anticipated Google Android phone, dubbed Magic, will be available from 5 May.The phone can be pre-ordered now from the company's website for from £15 per month for a minimum plan with no free minutes to £80.

April 23, 2009 by

Magic from Vodafone available May 5

The mobile phone company Vodafone said on Wednesday that its much anticipated Google Android phone, dubbed Magic, will be available from May 5.The phone can be pre-ordered now from the company's website for from £15 per month for a minimum plan with no free minutes to £80.

April 23, 2009 by

Evernote Mobile Web site optimized for Google Android browser

I've been waiting patiently to see Evernote come to Android and S60 and while there are still no native clients yet for these platforms, they did just launch a new G1-optimized website for Evernote. You need to visit www.evernote.com/m with your G1 browser to access this new site. As you will see it does give you a much better experience than the standard mobile site.

March 3, 2009 by

Exclusive hands-on: Android beats the iPhone to full GPS voice navigation

There are hundreds of applications now available for my T-Mobile G1 Google Android device (see my review) in the Android Market, but honestly there are only about 15 or so that I have kept over the long haul and use regularly. I imagine the quality and choice offerings will go up as soon as Google turns on the ability for commercial applications. Today, we found out that one very high quality application and service will be available for the G1 in just over a week. TeleNav is bringing the first GPS navigation service to the T-Mobile G1 on 24 February. You will be able to download it on that day from the TeleNav website and eventually from the Android Market. Check out my video below and the image gallery for hands-on experiences with this software on my G1.

February 11, 2009 by

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