Jun 28

Google has just announced and released Chrome for iPhone & iPad, which is running on devices with iOS 4.3 or later. “Sign in to sync your personalised Chrome experience from your computer and take it with you anywhere you go”. Chrome can be downloaded worldwide any time soon. » Google Released Chrome For iPhone & iPad

Jun 06

Google has just announced that its enhanced 3D maps experience would come to both Android and iOS. Since 2006, Google had textured 3D buildings in Google Earth, and they are excited to announce that thay will begin adding 3D models to entire metropolitan areas to Google Earth on mobile devices in the near future. » Google 3D Maps Coming To iOS Soon

Jun 01

On June 6th “just before Apple’s WWDC on June 11th, where Apple will reveal their own mapping solution”, Google will hold a morning event to give the press a ‘behind-the-scenes look at Google Maps and share our vision.’ Google will demo some of its ‘newest technology and provide a sneak peek at upcoming features that will help people get where they want to go – both physically and virtually.’ » Google To Hold Maps Event Ahead Of Apple’s Switchover At WWDC

Feb 03

Apple Germany Removed iPhone
Businessweek reported that Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. won a second German patent ruling against Apple Inc. over its iCloud service allowing the company to block sales of devices with access to it.

The Mannheim Regional Court found Apple infringed a patent used to synchronize e-mail accounts. The ruling also allows Motorola Mobility to ask Apple for information about past sales and holds Apple liable for damages, Presiding Judge Andreas Voss said in delivering the ruling. “The court has come to the conclusion that the wording of the patent does cover functioning that were at issue here,” said Voss. Apple “was not able to convince the court that it is not infringing.”

» Motorola Won Patent Ruling Against Apple: Apple Removed 3G Devices Except iPhone 4S From German Online Apple Store

Dec 14

Google Majel Siri
Androidme reported that Google is working on a Siri Rival with the code name Majel, which comes from Majel Barrett-Roddenberry, better known as the voice of the Federation Computer from Star Trek. “Majel is an evolution of Googles Voice Actions that is currently available on most Android phones with the addition of natural language processing. Where Voice Actions required you to issue specific commands like “send text to…” or “navigate to…”, Majel will allow you to perform actions in your natural language similar to how Siri functions“. » Majel By Google: Siri Rival Will Be Released Soon?

Dec 06

Google has just updated their Google+ iOS app compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and introducing a few new features including full resolution photo uploads, search, and photo +1. It also includes some bug fixes and performance enhancements. You can grab the update from the App Store or download the free app here.

Nov 02

Google has just released the official Gmail app for iOS devices today and a couple of hours later Google decided to pull the app from the App Store again. Gmail Tweeted on Twitter  “The iOS app we launched today contained a bug with notifications,” read a tweet on the Gmail Twitter feed. “We have pulled the app to fix the problem. Sorry we messed up.” » Google Pulls Gmail App From The App Store A View Hours After Release

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