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Multi Touch finally arrives at Nexus One officially via OTA update

No more missing multi touch interface on Nexus One, Google just issued a OTA (Over the Air) update for Android running on Nexus one’s which brings in multi touch capabilities to your Web Browser, Gallery and Google Maps. Earlier some third party patches had enabled Multi Touch only in the browser. This means all those [&hellip

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WordPress for Android officially released

We knew it was coming and here it is. WordPress for Android is now available officially from Automattic, Inc. This Android apps gives you access over to your wordpress blog via a simple user interface which allows you to create, edit and publish – Pages, Posts and comments. When posting you can add pictures and [&hellip

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Nexus One Voice recognition blocks harsh words and converts them to ####

Voice to text sometimes can be embarrassing or even disgusting at times. If you want to text your friend, “Would you like to have chocolate fudge tonight?” and then the word Fudge is mistaken by your device and output is real disgusting, “Would you like to have chocolate fu** tonight?” and the * does stand for the [&hellip

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Next Android to be named Froyo aka Frozen yogurt!

Lets have a look at the names of Android versions till now Cupcakes Donuts Eclairs You see a pattern? C,D,E are in a alphabetical order. So next name possibly starts with a F (your guessing it, right?). It surely does and the next version of Android is going to be named Froyo which indicates Frozen [&hellip

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Android’s silly mistake could mess up your Droid’s security

Guy’s at TechCrunch found a security flaw in Motorola Droids running on Android 2.0.1 Why you ask? Well, if you come across the phone’s lock screen there’s this lock mechanism which is pretty cool to play with it, but there is a serious bug which allows anyone now knowing the verification code to get access to your [&hellip

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Apple to enter Mobile Advertising market with acquisition of Quattro Wireless

Google acquired AdMob, silicon valley based startup for a price of $750 Million. This startup was focused on mobile advertising specifically for the growing smartphones, iPods, iPhones, Androids and so on. Apple is also not behind in the race. Recently there was a cold war between Apple and Google over Google Voice application denial and [&hellip

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Google calls for Android press gathering on Jan 5 : Smells like Nexus One

Google has called all its press mates to gather at their California office on 5th January , 2010 for a press conference and discussion. Put on your thinking hats. Obviously you might be thinking that this is surely related to Google’s Phone, Nexus One which is running on Android OS. With the launch of the first Android-powered [&hellip

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How to run Google’s Android on HTC Windows Mobiles! (hack)

Feeling sorry for Windows 6.5 which crushed all the expectations, similar to something what happened with Windows Vista. Now till windows comes up with something as good as Windows 7 for your mobile you would probably like switching to Android, Google’s open source OS which powers Motorola’s Droid Here’s a how you can do it. [&hellip

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PhotoShop for Android too : Edit and Upload pictures to Photoshop.com

If u Remember few days back Photoshop.com app was released for iPhone and iPod Touch (Pictorial Review) which was a hit as per features and was available for free. This App allows Android users to Edit Pictures using touch interface and also allows you to back up all your Photos online, to Photoshop.com. The Editing [&hellip

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What Google Android can do and iPhone cannot

When iPhone 3.0 was released, it felt awesome. You know why? Obviously because it got Cut, Copy and Paste and it also got a landscape keyboard to many Applications. But, it gave me Spotlight the feature which is hard to be missed. Most of the Mac users would be aware of that, Spotlight? Search made [&hellip

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