The T-Mobile G1, the first mobile device powered by Google's open-source Android software, will be available in stores in the United States on October 22 and will cost 179 dollars.
The G1, which is a bit thicker but slightly narrower than an iPhone, will go on sale in Britain in early November and in other European countries served by T-Mobile, a subsidiary of Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG, in early 2009.
Hearing about Google Chrome – a new browser I was excited, not because it is a new browser; because it is the first one by GOOGLE. So went ahead and installed, Installation went smooth as expected, though I must admit that I did not try anything fishy.Here are my initial impression about google chrome..
After its mega debut, iPhone has finally got an instant messaging application, courtesy, Google.
Google has released a new version of Google Talk application for the Apple iPhone. The new version will run in the Safari Web browser. However, the application will shut down whenever the user navigates or runs another application. In a blog post a software [...]
Amsterdam – 31 March 2008 – Today, Google is launching the Google Earth Outreach programme in the Netherlands. The Google Earth Outreach programme gives NGOs and charities the skills and resources to use Google Earth and Maps to communicate with a wider audience. Google Earth and Maps put written, audio and video information in its geographical context and are used by hundreds of millions of people around the world. Charities and NGOs can place information about their work on top of the geographical information in Google Earth and Maps. This is a powerful, visual way of communicating a charity’s message to a worldwide audience. UNICEF is the first charity in the [...]