Archives Tag: Google Mobile

Search by Saying with Google Mobile on the iPhone

Google recently released an iPhone app which will let you search the web, both the world wide web and the local web, by simply saying so. Google produced a video about the application, but I actually think the video is pretty lame. It doesn’t really dig into how the application works or give you any […]

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Searching for Books Using Android

Google has been holding a few tricks up their sleeve and have been waiting to pull them out. It’s time. Google’s Android product is a platform for mobile phones, a competitor would be Windows Mobile. Google announced that they are rolling out some software which will allow Android-powered phones to search Google Books’ platform for […]

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Google’s Opportunity to Gain Mobile Market Share

Google has a huge opportunity to gain market share with the G1 Android phone. In a short and simple sentence, open up an app store that will let developers create essentially whatever they want. Saul Hansell of NY Times’ Bits touched on Apple’s huge down fall. Transparency. John Gruber wrote this very clearly last month: […]

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Google Goes Head to Head with Apple

Now that Google has entered the mobile market, despite denying that they were making a phone, they will now have to go face to face with ex-IBM chip guru Mark Papermaster. Apple announced that they let go their previous iPod Group Director, Tony Fadell, to be replaced by IBM chip guru Mark Papermaster. Papermaster, an […]

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Google Shares Vision on Mobile Advertising

I am currently attending DPAC II right now, sitting in the “Simply Just Add and Go Mobile?” It’s been a great session so far, here are some notes I’ve taken away from it. Google’s Vision for Mobile Google is focusing their efforts on the “new” for mobile. G1, the new Android release, for instance, is […]

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Google Earth Now on the iPhone

Google has announced that Google Earth is now available for the iPhone. The Earth team has created a short video explaining how Google Earth for the iPhone works. Languages available: 18 Countries supported: 22 Where can you get it? iPhone App Store

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Gmail for Mobile 2.0

Google has introduced Gmail for Mobile 2.0, the next generation of Gmail on your cell phone. Here’s a quick glimpse of what it looks like, Here are a few key features I would like to highlight about this release. Available in 35 languages Basic offline support Multiple mobile email drafts Multiple account management I’m personally […]

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Google Pushes Again to Mobile Devices

If it wasn’t obvious already to you that Google wants to be part of the mobile industry, this should clear any doubt you have. Google recently registered a patent regarding Location-Based Responses to Telephone Requests. Abstract A method for receiving processed information at a remote device is described. The method includes transmitting from the remote […]

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gPhone Coming Soon!

So the long awaited “gPhone” is coming soon. But it’s not called “gPhone” anymore. The name that it is taking is Google Android and T-Mobile. T-Mobile will be presenting its latest creation using the new Google Android platform. But from what the rumors are saying, Google Android will not just be for mobile devices. Google […]

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The Dust Settles Around FCC Wireless Auction

As reported earlier, Google indeed lost the wireless spectrum auction. They lost, but the consumer won. Here is what Google has to say about [losing] the auction. “Nonetheless, partly as a result of our bidding, consumers soon should have new freedom to get the most out of their mobile phones and other wireless devices.” It’s […]

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