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App of the Week : Cooliris

Ever wanted to download a picture from your picasa web album to your iPhone?or directly publish a picture from picasa or flickr to any of the social networking sites? Or wanted all your pictures to be arranged on a wall with effects? Well then here’s an app which would meet all your needs.

This cool app is known as Cooliris and is available on the Android as well as the iPhone. By using this app you could have all your web albums say picasa or flickr in one place. You could even download these pictures to your iPhone with just one touch. You could even add captions to your images and mark some precious ones as your favorites .

Another great thing is that you could directly share an image on any of the social networking sites! The app starts in landscape mode and you need to add your picasa or flickr usernames and the rest would happen on it’s own.

You could even watch popular YouTube videos playing!
All your pictures get arranged in a wall with dull lights in the background.

This app is even available for Google Chrome as an extension . This is a complete all in one and must have app for all kinds of users.

Ratings. : 9/10
Features : 10/10
Performance : 8/10
Price. : 10/10 (FREE)
Platforms : Android , iPhone/iPod touch , Google Chrome

5 Things the iSlate must have!

The iSlate is possibly going to be demoed on January 26th at the Macworld Expo and we have listed down the five basic necessities and features that the iSlate should be capable of for it to be a success.

1. Connectivity – Wifi, Bluetooth, DLNA(possibly), 3G and connection of a wireless Internet datacard for Internet through a USB Port.

2. Display – The screen size should be large enough for viewing HD movies and YouTube videos in 1080p. Between 10-15 inches. Though it is predicted that the screen would be 10.1 inches. Better LED and with multitouch support.Maybe 3D support for gaming!!

3. CD/DVD– A CD/DVD Drive is very necessary for the islate.

4. Multimedia– Local Internet radio included with Internet radio. Compatibility with iPhone apps. Microphone for voice recognition.

5. Camera – A camera would indeed be very useful for making skype calls , video conferencing via 3G or maybe now 4G!! It should also support video recording.

Palm CEO : I have never used an iPhone before!


Palm chief executive and former iPod chief Jon Rubinstein said in an interview at CES that he has never used an iPhone.
Earlier in 2009 even Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer also did laugh at the iPhone during a press conference, and now we have got Palm’s CEO! It seems that both the companies are unable to compete with the iPhone and hence their CEO’s are doing nothing except criticizing the best device of the generation!

Of course, if Rubinstein is telling the truth, such a lack of dabbling in a rival’s pool could explain, at least in part, why Palm is having a hard time catching up to the iPhone’s market share. The Palm Pre has fared so-so at Sprint Nextel Corp., despite a lot of hype surrounding launches of the various iterations; and the more budget version of the Pre, the Palm Pixi, appears to have made little splash. Palm is due to start selling handsets through Verizon Wireless.

Palm has reason to fear Android: Mobile analytics firm Flurry Inc. says it has “monitored a sharp increase in new Android project starts by application developers within its system, a 94 percent jump in October compared to September,” according to its blog.

We suggest him to use the iPhone and only then would he come to know the power of Apple and also get to know where his company stands!

MacWorld Expo

MacWorld Expo is held every January and faithful Apple fans gather at this Apple lovefest. At MacWorld Expo new products are announced,not only by Apple but also by every accessory,peripheral and related product manufacturer.

The Event is gigantic and matters a lot for Apple’s employees, partners and customers because it is a culmination of a 12 month, highly secretive,product development cycle since the last Expo.

Apple fans gather at San Francisco from all over the globe. Tickets to the SteveNote are extremely difficult to get.

Steve Jobs and The Expo !!

Tickets to the SteveNote are extremely difficult to get. Jobs dress code for the Expo has been his trademark jeans and black turtleneck for a business suit. As soon as Steve Jobs { CEO of Apple } takes the stage he is greeted enthusiastically by the adoring crowd.

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Near Me Now!


Google’s latest location-based feature for mobile devices, which went live recently, will make it easier to find restaurants, bars, ATMs and more when you’re in an unfamiliar area. The feature, called “Near Me Now,” is available on the Google homepage on your iPhone (OS 3.0 or later) and Android (OS 2.0.1 or later) devices. Near Me Now is currently available only for United States users, and was first announced in December, alongside other new mobile search features including Google Goggles.
Say you’re standing outside a restaurant and want to quickly look up information about it before committing to it. You could google it by name (and do all that tedious typing), or you could just hit the new “Near me now” link.
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“Near me now” uses your location aware cellphone (currently only iPhone and Android devices) to search for surrounding businesses by category (restaurants, coffee shops, bars, ATMs and banks, and more), then returns any nearby matches based on their proximity to you. So if you’re standing outside or near a restaurant you’re considering, all it takes is firing up Google, tapping the “Near me now” link, and then choosing the category. It really is considerably faster than typing (especially on mobile devices), and might be worth working into your mobile searching toolkit.

Android Press Event

Coverage of the Early moments of the Android Press Event!!


GOOGLE STOP PLAYING THAT MUSIC!
13 additional members to the OHA

he went in history and talked about the g1 and the droid maybe next is nexus one?

“In addition to the work on specific devices over the past year, in 2009 we had four major software releases from Android”

HE IS STRESSING ON THE USE OF OPEN SOURCE!

“When more people are accessing the web and the Internet., ti’s good for the Web, for the Internet… it’s good for Google as well”- WE ALL KNOW THAT ALREADY – CMON GOOGLE!

“ANDROID IS HEAVILY OPEN SOURCE” -DID YOU FORGET THE CYANOGEN CASE????

MAYBE HE IS COMING TO THE POINT!

AND FINALLY THE NEXT STEP TO ANDROID REVOLUTION – THE NEXUS ONE HURRAY!!

VIDEO


A video of the Android Press Event was also released by Scobleizer!
Android Press Event Video

Android 2.1 Improvements
:
Optimized hardware speed
Support for more screen sizes and resolutions
Revamped UI
New browser UI and HTML5 support
New contact lists
Better white/black ratio for backgrounds
Improved Google Maps 3.1.2
Microsoft Exchange support
Built in flash support for Camera
Digital Zoom
Improved virtual keyboard
Bluetooth 2.1
Nexus One Video

Pictures Copyright Gizmodo

Google vs Bing-Make your Decision!

With the launch of Bing a lot of people were confused whether to use Bing as their default search engine or Google?
A website known as googlevbing.com helps users resolve this query.

The name of the Search Engine is Soloogle. When performing a search for a query or product say “iPod Touch” it divides the screen into two and displays the result in Bing and in Google.

Bing had its ads right up on the top which was annoying whilst Google had its had under the Sponsored Links Tab which was neatly placed on the right hand side of the screen. Of course the next on both search engines was the link to Apple’s Website.

Second up on Google was the Shopping results and in bing was the image results. Sadly, bing did not include any Shopping results.

Google also had a video result which would redirect you to Youtube whereas bing did not.

Both Google and Bing did have the Related Searches box which was very useful.

The best thing in was that it provided information about the product at the bottom end of the results which was damn good.

Google’s automcomplete feature was awesome, while Bing gave results to never known before sites.

In the end from my part, I think Google is a clear winner!
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