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Sony PlayStation Phone PSP Z1 with Android Gingerbird Revealed

The playstation Sony has been getting a lot of hype for sometime and some new pictures of the phone with the yet to be released Android 2.3 Gingerbird has been released. The Sony PSP Z1 smartphone is set to change the gaming experience on Android based devices, and the new photos and videos suggests that [...]

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Google to Launch Chrome OS netbook on December 7

The Google Chrome team is holding an event on December 7th at San Francisco to release the much awaited Google Branded Chrome OS netbook. The Chrome OS netbook will change the fact that ‘netbooks are good at nothing‘ for sure with lightening fast operating system targeted towards internet addicts. The idea is to have an [...]

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Google Shows off Nexus S Still and Video Camera Results

The Samsung GT-I9020, or more commonly Nexus S, the upcoming flagship mobile from Google is the next in sequel to Nexus One. Reportedly, Google employees have taken enough pictures and a shot a video using the Nexus S camera to give us a fair judgment about its camera quality. The still images looks pretty okay [...]

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Honeycomb beats Gingerbread in Adobe Air’s Performance Test

A website, AirBenchmark, dedicated for benching Adobe Air on Android devices has recently performed benchmarks on Nexus One using Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) builds. That tells one thing that both the versions of the operating system are almost cooked and will be released shortly. The benchmark score of Android 2.3 was 301 [...]

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Google to launch Chrome OS Netbooks at CES 2011

Reports say that Inventec, Aver and HP are cooking their ultra thin and portable smartbooks based on Chrome Operating System. The idea behind the Chrome OS is to have a light weight OS for users who do most of the things on web or cloud. Earlier we were promised to see chrome based netbook by [...]

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Google Cloud Connect Bridges Microsoft Office with Google Docs

Google Docs is one of the most common online document sharing platform that serves millions of users. However, Microsoft Office is still the dominant desktop application to create and process documents and spreadsheets. Google has now moved to bridge these two platforms with Google Cloud connect add-on for Microsoft Office that integrates inside Office 2010, [...]

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Eric Schmidt: Nexus S with Gingerbread coming out in ‘Next Few Weeks’

Google CEO Eric Schmidt has showed off the next mobile from Google at Web 2.0 summit. He calls it an unannounced device and didn’t reveal anything about the carrier and manufacturer. However, the news has already spread that this mobile is the next version of Nexus, calling it Nexus S, manufactured by Samsung. The device [...]

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Google Nexus Two Reportedly in works by Samsung

The Google Nexus One was one of the industry leading smartphone that was greatly admired by critics as well as public. However due to poor marketing, the smartphone couldn’t do much business in terms of sales. This is also possible due to the other Android based competition present in the market.

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New FCC Technical Adoption Heading for “Wi-Fi on Steroids”

The Federal Communications Commission recently accepted some technical proposals related to using the free white spectrum between broadcasting TV channels. This acceptance will increase the usable bandwidth especially for short range wireless data transmission standards such as Wi-Fi resulting in a much higher bandwidth at reduced cost.

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Google Chrome App Store Incoming, Developer Preview Launched

We knew it was coming soon, and now Google has finally launched the developer preview version of its Chrome Web App Store. The App store which was first announced in May at Google I/O conference gives developers an early view of the framework designed for exchanging HTML-5 based web applications.

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