Flixster Gets iPad Support

Flixster, the highly popular Movies App for iPhone and iPod touch just got ported to the iPad. Currently, the App is on version 4.0 and works smoothly. Movies by Flixster allows you to rate movies, review them, check upcoming movies, find showtimes, get critic reviews from Rotten Tomatoes and share them with your friends. It is the ultimate App for all your Movie needs.

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Bill Gates on Steve Jobs and iPad [VIDEO]

Bill Gates and his Dad were interviewed by Larry King on Larry King Live. Speaking about computers and technology, Apple had to be mentioned. Larry asked Bill Gates about Steve Jobs. He said “Steve’s Brilliant, done very good work. We enjoyed working together and sparring with each other. We have different strengths but we love the industry.”

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Get Personal By Customizing Google

Tired of the plain white background that your favorite search engine bears? Well, it seems even Google is. They are trying out a new feature where you could set your own pictures as Google’s background.

It makes your search experience richer, personal and your own. Google is rolling out this new feature to users in the US and other countries internationally should expect this feature soon. You should see a link in the lower left corner of the screen using which you could upload pictures from your computer, choose from your Picasa Web Albums or choose from the large selection of pictures available in the Picasa Public Library.

Google will even provide you with an option to switch between the classic view and this new view. Customizing is not completely new to Google; iGoogle tries to do a somewhat similar thing but has loads of additional items which make it slower.

Apps Now Included in Search Results

Google’s mobile search engine is as powerful as the desktop version and is capable of carrying out complicated math functions and everything which the desktop version does. The mobile version just went a step further. Till date, before buying an App you do a bit of review online about the App. Searching for the App from Google Mobile Search renders links and results which lead you to the Android Market or the iPhone App Store. This is quite time consuming.

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