Google is busy adding more features to its social networking site Google+ in a bid to make it competitive enough to attract traffic. The latest additions include Google+ creative kit, Ripples and “What’s Hot” as announced via Google’s blog.
While the official release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus S is still awaited, an SDK port is available which can be downloaded and installed on Nexus S. However, it does have some bugs as given on the XDA-Developers:
Google is apparently working on a new version of Gmail, which was inadvertently posted on the YouTube. The Google Operating System blog was able to see the video before it was made private.
The joint Samsung/Google event to introduce Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Samsung Nexus Prime is due to take place on October 19.
Google+ had a very promising start as it was able to get 12 million users in just 2 weeks and 25 million in the first month. Later when Google+ was opened to all, Google+ traffic suddenly went up by 1200% in the first few days but now it has fallen by 60% according [...]
The October 11 Google and Samsung joint event dubbed as Samsung Unpacked: Google Edition, has been postponed. Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Samsung’s next flagship phone Nexus Prime were expected to be unveiled at the event.
As we all wait for October 11 joint event of Samsung/Google for the unveiling of Android next version Ice Cream Sandwich and Samsung’s Nexus Prime, a video of the upcoming Android phone has been released on the web.
Since the launch of Apple iPhone 4S, iPhone fans feel that Apple has not delivered up to their expectations in the “Let’s Talk iPhone” event. Now people around the globe are eagerly waiting for Nexus Prime, which will be unveiled on 11th October in Google and Samsung Joint event.
Earlier we reported Ice Cream Sandwich would be announced on October 11 at a joint Samsung/Google event. Now we have got a video appearing on the internet of Nexus S apparently running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
While Facebook took the stage by introducing major changes at its f8 conference, Google+ is also trying to pick pace and introduced two changes today. Now it allows you to download full size pictures with the help of the photo actions tab.
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