Google Documents adds mobile editing for Android and iPhone

Google Documents had its mobile version for the last three years but, it was not truly mobile. The mobile version used to be read-only. In a latest announcement from Google, it is rolling out the updated version of Google Docs with edit support. The update will be rolled out in the next few days for…

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Microsoft’s Funeral Ceremony for Windows Phone Rivals

Microsoft tried to show it’s confidence on its upcoming Windows Phone 7 operating system by hosting a mock funeral ceremony of it’s rival phones including Apple’s iPhone and RIM’s Blackberry. In the ceremony, hearses for the iPhone and the BlackBerry were carried along with Microsoft employees dressed up in Windows Phone 7 garb. The Microsoft…

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It’s not easy to be told what to do – iPhone Antenna issue

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is not used to being said what to do with his device. When people started telling that his device was not good enough, he was outraged. He started telling how they need to hold the ‘magic device’. Consumer Reports was the one to blame for all these hassles. That was why…

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Apple responds to the iPhone 4 antenna problem

Since the iPhone 4 went on sale yesterday, a number of reports have begun to appear online about the users having issues with the signal strength. When the phone is held with hand over the new steel band that encases the iPhone, the signal strengt reduced and loose the connection. Apple’s response to the problem:…

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HTC seeks ban on sales of iPhone, iPod, and iPad

Now, it is HTC, who is suing Apple in response to a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Apple in March.  HTC, a Taiwan based smart-phone manufacturer, makes phones based on Google Inc and Microsoft Corp software. In the lawsuit, HTC is accusing Apple of infringing five HTC patents but, didn’t specify the patents by names….

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Apple responds to the Android statistics

People usually don’t expect Apple to respond to media reports. But, a report saying Android is outselling the iPhone should have worried the company. Apple spokeswoman Natalie Harrison told John Paczkowski of Digital Daily: This is a very limited report on 150,000 US consumers responding to an online survey and does not account for the…

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Android ahead of iPhone

Google’s Android platform has inched itself to second position with a market share of 28% in the US after RIM’s Blackberry in the smart-phone market, leaving the iPhone in the third position. Android’s start was not that smooth as compared to iPhone but Google picked-up with multi-touch and attractive handsets. Multi-carrier and multiple handset manufactures…

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