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Google Latitube eying Loopt marketscape

February 5, 2009 |

At the moment, Google and T-mobile are busy rolling out their latest OTA firmware update to the G1. But hidden inside that update is Google’s latest add-on to their Google Maps Application: Google Latitude. This new app works with Google Maps and allows users to share their location and message […]

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Gmail Tasks gets Android Support

February 2, 2009 |

In an effort to add a little more value to its email client, late last year, Gmail Tasks was rolled out in Google Labs. Google’s latest Labs project allowed users to create, manage, and edit lists of tasks in a similar fashion to Outlook and Lotus Notes. At the moment, […]

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Skype Lite Headed to Android

January 8, 2009 |

Within the next few days, T-Mobile G1 users will be able to download Skype’s new app for the Android platform. Skype Lite will allow users to chat with their contacts and will also be able to make Skype calls without using the data connection for low fees. This app will […]

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Android cash market still on track for Q1 2009

December 31, 2008 |

Google’s Android Market team wanted to finish off the year by reminding developers that the "apps for pay" market will still be launching in Q1 of 2009. An e-mail was sent out to the registered developers of the Android Market, stating that the service will soon be going live. Due […]

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Android is in the Loopt

December 11, 2008 |

As usual, I was doing my daily digging, trying to find some new news on Android and HTC when I came a cross some astounding news. Loopt is now available for Android and is in the Android Market. I quickly opened up the market to find the app, but there […]

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Android Market details emerging

October 22, 2008 |

Since today is the official launch of the T-Mobile G1 (the first phone to run on Google’s new Android OS), it only seems appropriate that Google has released some details on the official application store for Android. Developers posting their apps up on the Android Marketplace will be able to […]

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Google develops Photostream: Android Flickr App

September 5, 2008 |

In an effort to spur a little more development on their new Andorid OS, Google has just released a Flickr app which gives uses a new way to interact with their images stored on Flickr. It is a bit surprising to see Google offer an app for Flickr especially since […]

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