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Convert Flash Animations into HTML5 using Google Swiffy

If you’re worried about iOS visitors on your flash based website, stop that today. Google has cooked Swiffy in their labs that converts your SWF animations into HTML5 preserving the animation and the file size. We couldn’t test our own flash banners as Google has put a limit of 512KB on input flash animation. Moreover [...]

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Google to Introduce Skype-like Features in Chrome

Microsoft buying Skype makes their competition with Google even stronger. Let us remind you that back in 2009 Google aimed towards buying Skype but backed out at the final moment saying that Skype’s underlying P2P technology was out-dated. As it turns out Google had better and bigger plans of their own.

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Angry Birds Now Available Through Chrome WebStore

The popular game Angry Birds which was previously one of the most popular game for smartphones running Apple iOS and Google Android OS is finally coming to the Chrome WebStore. This makes the game available for the desktop users for both PC and Mac through the Chrome browser as well as the Chromebook.

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Adobe Flash 10.2 Released for Tablets, Flash Now Supported

Adobe has finally released the much anticipated Flash 10.2 for tablet PC running Android HoneyComb OS. The new version is optimized to make use of the hardware with the new tablets to provide smooth playback of Flash content from websites and applications.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Detailed Specifications Released with Pictures

Samsung has today¬†announced¬†the detailed specifications alongwith initial impressions of their new Galaxy Tablet that features a larger 10.1 inch display and encloses the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor. The new generation tablet that s built around Google’s Android 3.0 HoneyComb OS is eyeing Apple’s iPad 2 and Motorola’s XOOM as its competitors.

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Android Market finally gets a Website

Up till now the only way to browse and search for Android Apps was from within your device, but has Google announced the Android Market website this week that allows you to search for the apps using web browser as well. There’s nothing special about the website design, however, the Apps are placed neatly into [...]

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Motorola Xoom Android 3.0 Tablet Detailed Specifications

Motorola has unveiled it’s Xoom tablet at CES 2011 that claims to be one step ahead when compared to similar products in the market. The tablet comes fresh with the newly announced Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS coupled with Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC to provide much better entertainment and productivity features. Here are the detailed specifications [...]

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Apple Mac App Store Opened with 1000 Apps at Launch

The App Store for Mac is now official with support for Apple’s Desktop Mac operating system. The store is launched with a whole 1000 applications that are both free and paid. It requires the MAC OS X 10.6.6 update which was rolled out earlier. This update brings a major change to the OS X platform [...]

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Huawei Ideos X5 Running Froyo – Preview

Huawei Ideos U8150 was the first phone in the market to run Froyo (Android 2.2) and was also the cheapest Android phone in the world. Huawei with the slogan of bringing Android to masses has revealed the specifications of another Ideos smartphone named X5. The only thing missing in the Ideos U8150 (or Ideos the [...]

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Google is Giving Away Cr-48 Chrome Netbook

Google Chrome team has announced their first netbook running Chrome OS by the name Cr-48. Google is giving away this unbranded netbook for free to limited people via their pilot program. As for masses, Google netbooks by Samsung and Acer will be available in mid 2011. The Chrome team is sending emails to early subscribers [...]

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