According to a Netflix job board posting, a future Nexflix Android app is in the making. According to the job posting, “Netflix is looking for a great engineer to help us build Instant Streaming client implementations on Android devices.” Netflix already has an iPhone app but it is less than desirable in the marketplace. The primary complaint […]
Dell has cleared up quite a few rumors surrounding their popular tablet… wait, mobile phone… wait, tablet mobile phone called the Dell Streak. 1) Dell Streak will get Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS later this year (2010) 2) The Streak will be released initially with Android 1.6 with an over the air update to 2.2 3) […]
This is huge, literally! The Motorola Droid X with it’s 4.3 inch touch screen display is fixin’ to hit Verizon stores tomorrow like a tidal wave. Unlike the Droid Incredible release that has plagued Verizon with supply shortages, Verizon doesn’t plan on making the same mistake with the Motorola Droid X. In fact, it’s been […]
Google I/O Event – Live Keynotes, Blogging From Google I/O First of all, let me start out by saying that if you showed up for the Google I/O event in San Francisco, you got a free android device. Man, that makes really consider showing up at next year’s Google I/O event. Next, let me say […]
Does PageRank Really Matter Anymore? I say ‘Yes’ I keep hearing comments from people saying that Google PageRank doesn’t matter anymore. Why doesn’t PageRank matter anymore, you might be asking – well because Google says so, that’s why. But my response is just because Google says so publicly, doesn’t mean a hill of beans! Check […]
Printing With Google – Introducing Google Cloud Print The web is a wonderful thing indeed! But don’t you hate it when you are surfing the internet from your iPhone or iPad, read that great email or Facebook message, and then you wish you could print it right then and there? Printing with Google Cloud Print
Google Buzz Privacy Reset When Google Buzz first launched, wide-spread panic ensued! Upon signing into Gmail for the first time, and launching Google Buzz, users were instantly following and being followed by contacts. This happened all without the direct consent of the users.