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Google has begun discussions with major record labels to create and launch its own online music download store, in the latest instalment of its ongoing quest for world media domination. The new music platform, which Google hopes to see implemented and generating sales by Christmas, will be in direct competition the Apple iTunes Store, the online music market dominator which currently claims 70% of legal music...

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The time has some for Samsung to reveal its best-kept secret in years! Check out our older blog posts for more about this secret. https://www.ewebmarketing.com.auseoblog/samsungs-answer-to-the-ipad On a second look, the Galaxy looks quite appealing.  It is able to make voice calls on the 3G network, - with video calls as well!  So as a matter for fact it seems more like a big phone, rather than a...

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When it comes to Android smartphones, it’s generally agreed upon by most online forum-goers, editorial reviews and office geeks that Taiwan-based manufacturer HTC is the brand to beat. HTC has set the standard for mobile devices powered by Google’s Android operating system, consistently rolling out high-quality and innovative cell phones. Awareness of the HTC brand is continuing to rise, challenging the likes of the iPhone and...

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“I need to buy a new phone.” Sound familiar? These days, it seems that at least one out of every five people you know is intermittently repeating a variation of that phrase. Then comes the invariable followup: “But I don’t know which one I should get.” Indeed. Considering that a smartphone – succinctly defined by Wikipedia as “a miniature computer with phone capability” – is what most of...

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Back in late November I blogged about the direction of online search and where would it go from here, and as a testament to how rapidly things change in the online world we already have an answer from Google about where they want to take things. Google Goggles is a new search service offered on mobile phones running Google's phone operating system, Android. Google Goggles allows...

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It has to be said that Google hasn't exactly had an easy time leading up to the release of its mobile phone operating system (or platform, or whatever buzz word you want to use). With delays and launches continually been pushed back, along with some disappointment from mobile phone developers with the lack of SDK updates, Google have really had to work to keep interest...

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[youtube]_avwGFsv60U[/youtube]   In this video from Google's YouTube channel, Sergey Brin and Steve Horowitz discuss the availability of the Android SDK, that it will be open source in the future, and demo applications on the Android platform - Google's open source platform for mobile phones. Sergey also mentions the prizes for developers that we previously talked about....

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As reported in The Boston Globe, developers who create applications for Google's forthcoming mobile phone operating system, known as Android, will have a chance at winning a share of $10,000,000 in prizes. A panel of judges will select winners for cash prizes ranging from $75,000 up to a whopping $275,000. For those not in the know, Google has announced recently its plans for new software, due...

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