To compete with the Facetime application on the iPhone, Google has opened its own video chat service for Android smartphones.
The video chat update to Google Talk works over 3G with WiFi networks. It utilizes the front-mounted cameras on high-end Android handsets.
The latest feature will be rolled out to the own-brand of the firm Nexus S smartphone “in the next few weeks” as part of the Android 2.3.4 update, according to the Google Mobile Blog.
Additional smartphones running Google’s mobile OS, like Samsung’s Galaxy range will obtain the update at an . . . → Read More: Google Opens Own Video Chat Service Against Apple’s Facetime
Google One Pass plans to challenge Apple’s App Store subscription service for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. 90 percent of the sales is the target of the company, as compared to Apple’s 70 percent of sales from service.
Google exposed a payment service on Feb. 16 to let publishers set their own prices and terms for the digital content they serve on tablets, smartphones and Websites, in their aim to weaken the subscription service of Apple.
One Pass permits readers to buy newspapers and magazines from publishers through a single sign-on with an e-mail account . . . → Read More: Apple App Store Subscription Service Challenge by Google One Pass
This Mobile World Congress Adobe perhaps parting the showy statements to Nokia and Sony Ericsson, although there are several strategy concerning to Flash that will impact a broad swatch of Android smartphones and l tablets going ahead.
Adobe allocated typically statistics in a press occasion following the show, although moving up and down in the sea of performance numbers, similar to: over 20 million Android Flash downloads in first six months, were several nuggets of data that spell out commitment of Adobe to assist fuel the high-speed Android train.
Flash Player 10.2 – Adobe says it will release . . . → Read More: Plans for Android by Adobe