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Google utilizes its blogging service Blogger to keep readers updated about what’s going on inside the company. One of the blogs that the company has run for more than 5 years is a Mac-specific blog, keeping Mac users up to date about support for OS X and iOS. Google says that it has “strong support” for Apple and the blog was the company’s way of reaching out to Mac users.Read More →
Google finally introduced its popular Blogger blog-publishing service to the App store on September 8 – via a free download.
Blogger was started in 1999 and was bought by Google in 2003. Since then, its been immensely popular, with many thousands of users.Read More →
As Apple’s battle with its longtime rival Android rages on, the ammunition just keeps piling up.
This time, Apple brings out a huge accusation – claiming that a key patent for a “real-time signal processing” API that is part of Android’s framework was actually developed by Apple engineers a while back.
The ironic part is that one of those engineers was Andy Rubin, who is now co-founder of Android and Google executive.Read More →
Gmail sports a nice web interface that allows you to check your mail on the go, and now it’s just gotten updated to support retina display devices, as well as some other features. Personally, I don’t think retina display for an email website is that important, but what is important is the (almost) universal “pull-to-refresh” that was implemented with the update as well.Read More →
Mobile advertising is really becoming a big deal. If you use your iPhone to browse the internet, you’ll often see that the mobile versions of websites still have small advertisements in them (damn, and you thought they were gone.) If you launch applications (especially free ones) on either Android or iOS, ads pop up in there too. Programs such as Admob or iAds are targeted to developers who want to make a bit more money off their application. And really, when it comes to the leading mobile advertising revenue platforms, its gotta be Android and iOS. Here’s an infographic from mobile ad mediation platform Inneractive on which OS is faring better.Read More →
On July 21, 2011 By Charles Tian
It may surprise you that according to a recent report from Strategy Analytics, the iPad may not be as popular as the people in America think it is. The data from the two tables above was compiled from the report and show a significant decrease in market share for the iPad in the second quarter of 2011, compared to market share in the second quarter of 2010, which was almost 95%. Meanwhile, other devices/operating systems have gained market share, but none so much as Android.Read More →
If you were one of the first to jump on board when the official Google+ app hit the App Store this morning, you may have already been prompted to update the app. Why? Punit Soni, a member of Apple, explains: We discovered an issue with the version of the iPhone Google+ App that was on the App Store. When we launched, the App Store started serving a previous test version of the App which didn’t have the stability and fixes that the latest version had. It started serving the correct version a little later.Read More →
Google+, the latest social network from Google (obviously) has already gotten an official app on the iOS app store. The app, which launched today, July 19th, makes it even easier for users to share with their Circles or utilize the many other features that Google+ sports. This app is available as a free download.Read More →