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18 Ago/09

Why Dedicated Media Players are still cool

Why Dedicated Media Players are still cool

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); With all the cell phones to come out in recent times packing video players, mp3 players and a whole host of other media functionalities, its not hard to see why MP3 players as well as PMP’s (Personal Media Players) are taking a real hit. Recently Apple announced (no surprise here), that its iPod line was getting steep competition from the iPod Touch and iPhone, and while sales of the latter were up, sales of the...

30 Lug/09

Unofficial Google Voice App Lands on Palm Pre [Downloads]

Unofficial Google Voice App Lands on Palm Pre [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Palm Pre users eager for just a bit more convenience in using the (still invite/wait list) Google Voice service can grab dkGoogleVoice, a homebrew app that dials, grabs voicemail, and otherwise makes Google Voice more helpful. As you can likely tell from the posted screenshots, it’s a rough app, and one that stands alone—it can access your contacts, but doesn’t replace or augment the phone’s official...

2 Lug/09

Google Voice Is Cool, But Do You Need It? [Phones]

Google Voice Is Cool, But Do You Need It? [Phones]

You’ve read about the features, you saw the invites going out, but you might be wondering what, exactly, Google Voice could do for you. Here’s our guide for the curious and uninvited on whether your phones need some Google juice. We’re not going to explain every feature, quirk, and option in the Google Voice service, which is slowly giving out invites to those who request them. We’ve already taken a first look at Google Voice, and Google Voice’s own Getting...


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14 Apr/09

Android 1.5 Adds Soft Keyboard, Video Recording, Loads More [Android]

Android 1.5 Adds Soft Keyboard, Video Recording, Loads More [Android]

Google has released an Android 1.5 SDK preview for developers, and it shows off what owners of Android phones (just the G1, of course, for now) can expect to see soon. The best of the goodies includes speed improvements on the camera, browser, and GPS functionality, an on-screen soft keyboard (indicating a no-slide-out-keyboard G2?), a custom dictionary, video recording and playback in MP4 and 3GP formats, updated Webkit browser, and much more. Looks like the iPhone/Android showdown chart...