We continue our Top 5 Cases section and this time we bring to you the Top 5 Cases for Motorola’s Droid 2. The Droid family has tasted utter success and the latest offering, the Droid 2 is breathtaking. The Droid 2 comes with Android 2.2 (Froyo), 5MP Camera with Dual LED, a large 3.7 inch display and a bunch of software included along with the Android Market which is just a tap away.
Google Calendar Sync is a great service by Google that lets you sync your Google calendar with almost all desktop applications and mobile devices. Today, Google is adding support for Outlook 2010 in Google Calendar Sync. Outlook 2010 users could now sync their Calendar using Google Calendar Sync and access it from any device.
The folks at iFixit have chosen to tear the Motorola Droid 2 this time, the great feature rich phone from Verizon Wireless that runs on Android. They gave the phone the usual iFixit treatment and the results were remarkable.
Hexxeh has just posted the link to the next build of Chromium OS. This Vanilla build has loads to offer and if you are using Flow, you’ll be impressed. The build process has also been automated and now you don’t need to manually upgrade to the latest builds of the next generation Operating System from Google.
Google has just updated its Google Chrome BETA Channel that adds a lot of new and essential features to Chrome. The new Beta adds support for Autofill, has better syncing capabilities and is faster than before.
Google has just announced that you could now convert files already uploaded to your documents list into a Google Docs format. You could even convert PDFs and images that you’ve already uploaded to text using the Optical Character Recognition (OCP) technology.
Google Tags is a new advertising system by Google that let’s you advertise about your business on Google Places. Google Tags will help small business owners learn more about their customers and attract potential customers through Google Places.
Has privacy ever been a matter of concern for you? Do you really care if Google collects your personal online data? If the answer to the above questions is yes, here’s another thing which will concern you. Today, Google has announced that your Google Search history could now be viewed from your phone.