Google gets lots of attention, often for its big battles with Apple and Facebook. But as a TechCrunch post by entrepreneur Semil Shah contends, it’s worth noting that Google isn’t just in a war with Facebook, it’s at war with multiple companies across multiple industries.
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If you got a new Android phone this holiday season, you might be wondering, “How can I make those cool retro-looking photos that all my iPhone-bearing friends keep posting?” Wonder no more: These four apps will cure your iPhone envy and give you just as much power and flexibility to create intriguing photography right from your Android phone’s camera.
So you recently became the owner of a slick new Kindle 3. Congratulations! Hopefully you’re enjoying your new device.
You’ve probably heard of Google Goggles, the innovative service that allows users to perform a variety of web searches and other mobile tasks through the lens of a cell phone camera. Simply take a picture of a Pepsi can and Goggles will initiate a google search for you.
If you’re looking to record high-definition video on the go, the last thing you want to do is carry around a bulky full-size video camera, traditional camcorder, or limited functionality digital camera — and not everyone has HD video recording built into their cell phones.
If you own a smartphone, you probably carry it around with you almost all the time, but as the smartphone market heats up, so does the market for peripheral devices and accessories that make it easier (and more fun) to be with your phone 24/7.
There are plenty of home screen replacements available on the Android Market (LauncherPro being the most popular) but none of them are anything like Slide Screen.
You’ve probably seen QR codes sprinkled around here and there (especially if you’re an Android phone owner), but what are these mysterious little boxes full of little black squares?
It just might be the worst-kept secret ever, but Samsung has confirmed that it’s developing an Android-based tablet, called the Galaxy Tab.
Would you be willing to pay a monthly fee to have access to your favorite music wherever you are?