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Google refurbs Android, iPhone image search

Ashesh Shah - Apr 29, 2010

Google's mobile development team has had a busy couple days fine-tuning what it likes to call its "iterative mobile Web," a phrase that, in plain English, extends…

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Will Android eat Apple ?

Ashesh Shah - Apr 29, 2010

Google’s first own-brand phone goes on sale tomorrow. But Matt Warman says the Nexus One is just the beginning. Google’s first foray into mobile phones was an…

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Firefox for Google Android A Hands-On Tour

Ashesh Shah - Apr 29, 2010

Android users, listen up: Firefox has finally arrived for your phone. Well, almost. Mozilla released an early build of its mobile browser, codenamed Fennec, for Android phones…

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Google growls at Groggle

Ashesh Shah - Apr 29, 2010

It appears that earlier this month, Google presented the owners of soon-to-be-launched Australian liquor price comparison website, Groggle.com.au, with a cease and desist letter demanding it stop…

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Microsoft Says Google’s Android May Infringe Patents (Correct)

Ashesh Shah - Apr 29, 2010

April 28 (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp., the world’s biggest software maker, is demanding patent royalties from mobile-phone makers that use Google Inc.’s Android operating system. HTC Corp.,…

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Nokia N8 takes on Google's Android

Ashesh Shah - Apr 29, 2010

Nokia has revealed its first handset to run the open source Symbian 3 operating system (OS), the new flagship N8. Symbian might currently be the world's most…

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Motorola Droid Still Leading the Android Pack

Ashesh Shah - Apr 28, 2010

It may no longer be the hot phone du jour, but Motorola's Droid appears to still be leading the way when it comes to Android devices. A…

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Chocolate Factory eats crow on Googlephone

Ashesh Shah - Apr 28, 2010

When Google uncloaked the Nexus One and started selling the self-styled "superphone" through its own online store, the company insisted it wasn't competing with Verizon Wireless, Motorola,…

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Google Pulls Back on Plans for Phone

Ashesh Shah - Apr 27, 2010

Google Inc. backed away from a plan to make its Nexus One smartphone compatible with Verizon Wireless, the largest mobile carrier in the U.S., a setback to…

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Follow signs for Android nav

Ashesh Shah - Apr 24, 2010

GOOGLE has announced it'll be making the excellent Google Maps Navigation available in the UK and Ireland after it was previously only for American users. Still in…