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Chris Cardell

Gmail for mobile 2.0… much better

Today Google announced the release of Gmail for mobile 2.0. The updated application for J2ME-supported and BlackBerry phones is a vast improvement on previous versions. On the Nokia E71 it’s a joy to use… unlike previous editions that have been somewhat clunky and slow. It seems Google has realised that their previous attempts were ‘a […]

Not a great start… Android Source

Just under a month ago Google, HTC and T-Mobile unveiled the T-Mobile G1 to the world, the first phone to run Google’s new Open Source mobile operating system named Android. Tomorrow the G1 will be available at T-Mobile stores. Today however is an almost as big occasion (mainly for geeks) because Google have released the […]

Bag of hurt… Apple October Event

Apple’s “spotlight turns to notebooks” event finished up a few minutes ago. Some analysts believed that due to the economic climate Apple would release a low-cost netbook to combat the likes of …

Sneaky OpenOffice 3 Download

OpenOffice.org is hosting a get-together on October 13 in Paris to mark their eighth anniversary and the official release of OpenOffice 3.0.0. OpenOffice is a free and open source productivity suite that is seen …

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