Live Transit Updates In Google Maps Android

Live Transit Updates In Google Maps Android

Google Maps now provides live transit updates and it tells you just how late your bus is. Google Maps team on Wednesday announced an update to both Google Maps for Android 1.6+ and Google Maps for desktop that incorporates real-time mass transit data, letting users not only plot their bus and train routes, but also track them in real time. The new google live transit data is only available in six cities worldwide: Boston, Portland (Oregon), San Diego, San Francisco, Madrid (Spain) and Torino (Italy) and the tracking feature is tied into transit stations included on the map……….

By On June 9, 2011 Respond
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Gmail Accounts Hacked

Gmail Accounts Hacked

Hackers around the world are gaining more attention than usual in the last few months and now Google has added another announcement to the pile that hundreds of Gmail accounts have been hacked recently. Google affirms that the problem doesn’t rest with Gmail security but rather this scheme was a result of phishing and malware……….

By On June 8, 2011 Respond
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Google Makes Image Search Easy

Google Makes Image Search Easy

Google has always been about upgrading its services to make things faster for everybody and they’ve just introduced a new update to their search engine to make it easier to look for images. Whenever you search for something on the regular search, Google will try to determine if you’re looking for images or not and if it believes that you’re looking for images rather than text, it will show you more image results than regular text links in the search results……….

By On June 6, 2011 Respond
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Xbox Live May Get Diamond Subscription Service

Xbox Live May Get Diamond Subscription Service

Microsoft’s rumored Xbox Live TV subscription is about to get its public showing next week and Diamond should be shown off at E3 as long as the deals are in place. The system hasn’t been directly confirmed, but Microsoft’s corporate communications lead Frank Shaw explained that Xbox would focus on entertainment in the near future after already including ESPN, Hulu Plus, Netflix and the Zune Marketplace, is expected to behave like a pseudo-cable channel that would stream shows, though not necessarily live…………

By On June 5, 2011 Respond
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iAndroid Android Simulator For iPhone

iAndroid Android Simulator For iPhone

Many iPhone-fan should ever be the operating system of competition have seen and iAndroid lies behind a simulator, which the Google OS on the iPhone brings. Comfortable it can be here as a kind of self-App Start and terminate if necessary and this application can be downloaded from the store Cydia , and you need to have jailbroken the iPhone where you want to install to work………..

By On June 5, 2011 Respond
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Google Expands Analytics PostRank

Google Expands Analytics PostRank

Social engagement data startup PostRank announced it had been acquired by Google and PostRank staff will be moving to the San Francisco Bay Area to join the other Googlers at Google’s main Mountain View campus. PostRank let you see which users are sharing your content and where as well as how your competitors are doing…………

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Google Phasing Out Support For Older Browsers

Google Phasing Out Support For Older Browsers

Google has announced that it will be phasing out support for older browsers beginning August 1 and it will start with the loss of certain features, but it will eventually turn into loss of those web services altogether. Google wants to take full advantage of HTML5 technology and older browsers such as Internet Explorer 7, Safari 3, Firefox 3.5 and their predecessors just don’t have the capability to do so…………

By On June 4, 2011 Respond
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Google Chrome vs Internet Explorer

Google Chrome vs Internet Explorer

The latest statistics about internet browser market shares reveal that both Chrome and IE9 have seen gains and Chrome gained 0.58 per cent in May, reaching 12.52 per cent of the total market, putting it in third place overall. IE9 grew from 2.4 per cent to 4.2 per cent, but this was offset for Microsoft by drops for older versions of IE. The top four browser versions are IE8, IE6, Firefox 4, then Chrome 11 and Firefox 5 is expected later in the month………….

By On June 4, 2011 Respond
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T-Mobile Samsung Exhibit 4G And Gravity Smart Now Available

T-Mobile Samsung Exhibit 4G And Gravity Smart Now Available

T-Mobile is back for more Android fun with the new Exhibit 4G and Gravity Smart, both smartphones carry a budget price tag and will be out in June. The Exhibit will join Samsung’s Gravity Smart, both featuring grounded sub-$100 price tags when they hit stores and T-Mobile displaying the Exhibit with violet and black finishes, and says you’ll see theoretical peak download speeds of 21Mbps on the HSPA + handset…………

By On June 2, 2011 Respond
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Kogan Agora Google Chromium OS-based Laptop

Kogan Agora Google Chromium OS-based Laptop

Kogan Agora is world’s first Google Chromium OS laptop, ships next week and the 11.6-inch computer has a spec list rivaling the midrange notebooks of 2006, including a 1.3 GHz Celeron processor, 1GB of RAM and a 30GB SSD. The Kogan Agora Chromium Laptop helps you go truly enjoy using your computer and from now your computing is effortless, fast and simple………..

By On June 2, 2011 Respond
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Gilt Going to sale Samsung Chromebook

Gilt Going to sale Samsung Chromebook

Our expectation on Gilt to be the first place to offer Samsung’s new Chromebook. Google now sending out emails like the one above to at least some folks that signed up to be a part of the Cr-48 pilot program, telling them that they can join a “limited time” sale on the high-end discount site starting today, June 1st. Checkout the Specification of Samsung Chromebook bellow.

By On June 2, 2011 Respond
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Google Introduced +1

Google Introduced +1

Google announced Wednesday that it has created website partnerships for its recently released +1 button and the ability to embed the button on pages across the web, sites such as Rotten Tomatoes, The Huffington Post, Best Buy and Nordstrom will now have a +1 button on pages so users can recommend products, news articles, and more to friends and family. The +1 button was introduced in March and allows users to recommend content to their associates directly from Google search results and Google has been rolling out the +1 button into English-language searches………

By On June 2, 2011 Respond
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Zinio Comes To Android Tablets

Zinio Comes To Android Tablets

Zinio comes to Android tablets, gives you 24 magazine issues for free and bringing Esquire, National Geographic, and 20,000 other magazine titles to the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and a half dozen other devices. The Zinio app for Android works with all Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets and magazines can be purchased as subscriptions or as single issues………..

By On June 1, 2011 Respond
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New Gmail People Widget

New Gmail People Widget

Contextual information about friends, family members, and colleagues will be available in Google’s Gmail and the new Gmail feature is called people widget. IT can be blocked by IT administrators and Xobni already offers an e-mail plug-in similar to the Gmail people widget and also google soon release a new Gmail Offline feature……..

By On May 31, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft Took $5 For Every HTC Android Phone

Microsoft Took $5 For Every HTC Android Phone

Microsoft may be spending enormous amount of money and development effort on Windows Phone 7, but for now, it’s making more money off of Android than it is from Windows Phone 7 and Microsoft gets five times as much money from Android than it does from Windows Phone 7, because of a settlement in an intellectual property infringement case against HTC. The terms of the settlement call for HTC to pay $5 to Microsoft for every Android device HTC sells and HTC has sold 30 million Android smartphones, and so Microsoft has taken in $150 million so far as a result of the suit…………

By On May 31, 2011 Respond
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