Chrome Cr-48 was distributed by Google to allow users to test the capability and functionality of Chrome OS. Google does not plan to put it up for sale. The notebook that comes with Chrome OS has been hacked to run Mac OS X, Windows 7 and even Ubuntu. Good job, guys!
McAfee, the popular computer security company which was recently acquired by Intel released its 2011 Threat Predictions report which highlighted the platforms and services that would be the target of cyber attacks.
Among the list were Internet based TV services like Google TV and mobile platforms like Android and iOS. According to McAfee, the Apps that would run on these platforms would expose privacy and identity data.
Evernote has announced that it would gift its users more monthly uploads for Christmas. The popular note-taking application for all major platforms would offer both free and premium users higher monthly allowance.
Months earlier we speculated about this topic and today after one and a half years since the launch of the service, Google Latitude for iPhone has appeared on the App Store. The App was earlier spotted in the Japan App Store, but from now on, Google Latitude is available to all iOS users for free from the App Store.
The war between Apple and Google continues as Apple has rejected an Android Magazine App from residing in the App Store. The story comes as no surprise as this is pure Apple behavior and was already expected.
Finally! Google has released an Apple approved version of Google Voice which can be downloaded from the App Store for free.
SugarSync is an amazing file-syncing service that allows you to store data on the cloud and access them from anywhere and from almost any device. The company offers a lot of payment plans currently out of which one is a free plan.