Google want to introduce the Nexus Prime with Android 4.0 Icecream and Super-Amoled-HD in October. This smartphone is designed and will be produced from Samsung. The 4.5 inch Super-Amoled-HD features 1280×720 pixels with Pentile technology. Yesterday we learned that Samsung Mobile Display want to introduce a Super-Amoled-Hd-Plus Display with RGB matrix in the next few month. Without Pentile technology there are 12 Subpixel for more sharpness and better contrast ratio. The Nexus prime is powered by a 1,5 Ghz dual core processor.
Chrome 14 build 14.0.835.35 is released for Windows, Mac and Linux with some bug fixes, new features and performance improvements.
Chrome 14 Beta New Features
Native client: Allows developers to compile C/C++ code right inside the browser
Scrollbars, fullscreen mode and print preview capabilities for OS X Lion users
Web Audio API that offers advanced audio capabilities
Experimental Web Request extension API
Supports HTML 5 features
Download Google Chrome 14.0.835.94
Google has bought Motorola Mobility, the handset development arm of the brand, for an estimated £7.5 billion.
The online search giant has purchased the handset brand for $40 per share, or $12.5 billion (£7.5 billion) overall, a premium of 63% of the share price on Friday.
Google has pledged to run the operation as a seperate division to Android, meaning it will still be offering the plaform as an open offering.
Larry Page, CEO of Googlesaid:
Motorola Mobility’s total commitment to Android has created a natural fit for our two companies. Together, we will create amazing user experiences [...]
According to a new report published today, Google will be launching the first Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” powered devices this October, bringing their debut date right alongside the iPhone 5.
Android “Ice Cream Sandwich” was announced officially at Google I/O 2011. Not much is known of the next version of Android, except that it will pack facial recognition, a “stunning” new UI and new APIs in an attempt to reduce the fragmentation problem that faces the Android platform. It will combine Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” and Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” into one OS that will run on [...]
Last month native Google+ app for iPhone was released which does not support iPad and iPod Touch devices, but now an updated Google+ for iOS is released which works for iPad and iPod Touch as well.
Google+ for iOS Updates:
Aggregated circle add notifications
iPod touch & iPad support
To grab latest Google+ for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad head over to following integrated iTunes link.
Google+ for Android is also available free for download.
Download Google+ App for iDevices
Google Chrome’s speed and stability have made it many people’s browser of choice. It has also supported browser extensions for some time, and there are hundreds now available that add to its features and help to make your browsing safer, faster and more productive.
However, it’s not always easy to separate the wheat from the chaff, and there are some shockingly poor extensions out there. We’ve helped show the way by picking out 12 of the best Chrome extensions.
1. Send from Gmail
Clicking ‘mail to’ links online can be annoying if you’re a Gmail user, because [...]
A Guide to Taming Privacy Concerns Around Google+ – ZoneAlarm Blog has put together an interesting 6-step guide for new people joining Google+ and how they can protect their privacy on a social network that claims to have way more privacy controls than Facebook, yet you can’t have private profiles.
Google+ now has 20 million users worldwide in just 2-3 weeks after it’s launch in their invite-only field test. And as it grows, the concern for privacy and keeping yourself protected from cyber-criminals also increase.
Check out the various steps below to ensure your privacy is safe on Google+.
Have you ever wondered what ads are showing in your AdSense, Chitika and YPN units around the world in different locations?
These advertising systems are all geographically targeted advertising systems (Chitika less so but they do to some extent). The ads you see in your part of the world can be quite different to those you see in mine.
AdSense does offer a preview tool but it only works in windows versions of IE. Chitika and YPN don’t offer such tools.
Digital Inspiration has a cool tool that might be useful for you.
The sandbox tool shows you what type of ads your site is likely to show [...]
If you run AdSense on your blog then the chances are you see the same old ads being run to it every day. If you’re anything like me you wonder what other AdSense ads people could be seeing.
A little tool that might be interesting to some to use is the AdSense Sandbox Tool from Digital Point where you can add your URL (or your competitors) and it’ll serve 20 sample ads for your blog.
You can also use it to test what ads would show up if you targeted specific keywords – useful if you’re in the process of setting up a new blog and are wondering if there are enough ads around for your topic.
Many people think that they just have to copy and paste Google Adsense code into their website and start earning a huge amount of money from it. What a huge mistake! I also thought the same way two years ago. Later I realized that without optimization, that’s impossible. Here I will share all of the tricks to increase my Google Adsense CTR that I found within the last two years.Here are some tips to increase your Google Adsense CTR:
Make sure the ads that are appearing on your site are closely related with your content. This is the first thing you have to do because if your ads are [...]