Social Media

Will You Use The New Google +1 Button?

Today Google launched a +1 button, which most are hailing as a rival to the Facebook like button and even Twitter’s retweet button, but for search results. Limited to your Google contacts and chat friends, Google hints at connecting +1 with Twitter, but noticeably doesn’t mention Facebook. Is this another move for Google to go […]

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Apps & Tools

A Look At Android Market For The Web

Today, Google addressed what’s coming to the Android platform this year. The biggest announcement out of their live-streamed press conference is Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb, the tablet optimized-version of Android. While consumers and developers can expect a lot from this update, the biggest news is the new web version of the Android Market.

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Apps & Tools

3 Amazing Chrome Apps From The Google Chrome Web Store

Today, Google officially announced the Google Chrome Web Store alongside the impending launch of the Chrome OS Notebook (TNW has the scoop on getting one). While plenty of folks have been waiting for this, I haven’t and I’m glad I haven’t. If you were expecting a new breed of apps from the Chrome Web Store […]

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iPhone

App Review: Official Google Voice iPhone App

As a Google Voice user, I’ve followed the growing pains of Google getting one of their best products on the iPhone. Then a few months ago Apple changed some rules that allowed Google Voice clients into the app store. GV Mobile+ won my heart over, becoming my default phone app. Now Google has an official […]

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Social Media

Mobile News Wave: Facebook Places, Foursquare, and Google

The rumors were true. Today, Facebook steps into the location-based services (or LBS) arena with Facebook Places. Now everyone is watching Foursquare, the current king of LBS. Not to mention Google acknowledged receiving 100 million Google Map users every month. The mobile space is clearly heating up and here’s what you should know about it.

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