The Google Pixelbook set the bar for Chromebooks and with the Pixelbook Go Google offers a premium experience in a laptop form factor. It's priced higher than Chromebooks from others, but there are Google features to help you get work done.
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Google is finally taking a major step forward with Google Maps for mobile by providing full offline map usage with no data connection required.
Kevin and I both have the Galaxy Nexus and are quite happy with this ICS smartphone and are pleased to see Google selling it again for just $399 with no contract.
Google Wallet is currently only available for the Galaxy Nexus S on Sprint, but can be installed on the HSPA+ world version of the new Galaxy Nexus.
Microsoft released two new free Xbox LIVE games this week and the application count continues to grow at over 27,000 in the MarketPlace.
Google tested Latitude check-in last month at SXSW and is now rolling out retail partners and offers across more cities. Use your Android or iPhone device to start checking in and gaining status levels.
There was plenty to talk about in the world of mobile technology, including iOS gestures, Nokia X7 and AT&T, Galaxy S 4G, and Sidekick Android devices.
Google Maps is a fantastic mobile navigation and mapping solution on Android devices that just got better with 3D and offline support.
The promise of the Samsung Galaxy S on all four major US wireless carriers has been met, but did the carriers kill some of the experience we all hoped for with their customizations? The Galaxy S is a good device, but could be better without carrier involvement.
NTP Inc. settled for $600 million plus in 2006 after a lawsuit against RIM and now they are bringing the fight to Apple, Microsoft, Google, HTC, Motorola, and LG Electronics. There may be some huge settlements coming soon so stay tuned.