Tag: Bing

Fusion Garage Reveals Android-Kernel-Based Grid 10 OS and Devices

Fusion Garage Reveals Android-Kernel-Based Grid 10 OS and Devices

| August 15, 2011 | Reply

You may or may not remember the Joojoo tablet, a UNIX-based OS tablet that was released last year by a company called Fusion Garage. The Joojoo didn’t do so hot, and was discontinued in November of 2011 after just being released that February. Now Fusion Garage is back with a new offering in the Grid 10 tablet. There has actually […]

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Why Firefox And Google Need The Other To Survive. And Why Bing Wants To Change That

Why Firefox And Google Need The Other To Survive. And Why Bing Wants To Change That

| August 12, 2011 | Reply

Google is a search engine first and foremost. Even with Android being hugely popular, Google made 97% of its income from advertising. That equals out to around $8.5  billion in just the first quarter of 2011 alone. Being the default search engine for browsers like Firefox is very important. Every PC sold comes with Internet […]

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Microsoft officially announces, previews Windows Phone 7.1 “Mango”

Microsoft officially announces, previews Windows Phone 7.1 “Mango”

| May 24, 2011 | Reply

We’ve known about the upcoming Windows Phone update, dubbed “Mango”, for a while now. We covered it briefly earlier this month. Today Microsoft made their Windows Phone 7.1 “Mango” update official and spilled all of the details in their “VIP Preview” of the new-feature-packed OS update. Exactly how many new features are we talking here? Over 500, […]

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Yahoo Search Direct vs Google Instant Search

Yahoo Search Direct vs Google Instant Search

| March 24, 2011 | Reply

With so many choices, search engines are at war. The major players in search engines Google, Bing, and Yahoo all want your business. I know how tough it can be to find what you’re looking for with such a vast amount of information. The question we need to ask is which search provider will help […]

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Nokia’s New CEO Officially KOs Symbian, Moving Forward With Windows Phone 7

Nokia’s New CEO Officially KOs Symbian, Moving Forward With Windows Phone 7

| February 11, 2011 | Reply

It’s now official, former Microsoft executive and current Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has combined his past experience with his future in what he calls a “broad strategic partnership” between Nokia and Microsoft. Windows Phone will become Nokias “principal smartphone strategy”, bringing to their phones the likes of Bing, Office, Xbox Live, and more. Nokias current […]

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HTC Thunderbolt’s RUU already leaked!

HTC Thunderbolt’s RUU already leaked!

| January 7, 2011 | Reply

If you’re like me and want to see all the interworkings of the HTC Thunderbolt before you run to your local Verizon store and pick one up on launch day then this post is for you! Today over at Android Central the HTC Thunderbolt’s RUU (software to you and me) was leaked! The Thunderbolt is […]

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Samsung Continuum for Verizon gets more specs leaked, some good and some bad….

Samsung Continuum for Verizon gets more specs leaked, some good and some bad….

| November 3, 2010 | Reply

Yesterday I reported on the newest Verizon phone yet to be announced, the Samsung Continuum.  We had only a picture and some rumored specs then, but today we have more! The Continuum will sport a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 384MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM, plus 2GB of on-board flash storage and a preloaded 8GB […]

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Facebook partners with Bing and brings some new features.

Facebook partners with Bing and brings some new features.

| October 13, 2010 | Reply

Microsoft has just announced a partnership with Facebook that integrates Bing search results into Facebook. Microsoft spokeswoman Kirby Prawdzik made it a point to speak on a few of the newest let features Liked Results. Now when customers search on Bing, they’ll see relevant links and results “Liked” by their Facebook friends, providing a unique […]

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Compare Android devices easily with Google Phone Gallery.

Compare Android devices easily with Google Phone Gallery.

| September 30, 2010 | Reply

When it comes to Android phones, there are definitely a lot of choices to be had out there and finding the right device can sometimes be a daunting task.  Google is trying to become even more user friendly by adding it’s new “Phone Gallery” service which is a search database of current Android devices running […]

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Twitter Flies the Coop

Twitter Flies the Coop

| March 16, 2010 | Reply

  Twitter has found a way to flit around to other Web locales through a feature called “@anywhere.” Amazon, eBay, The Huffington Post, YouTube and others will be able to open a Twitter window to users, allowing them to send and receive messages without leaving the site. Social media marketers are salivating at the possibilities. […]

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