PacMan – Google’s glimpse to Web OS?

Google celebrated Pacman’s 30th anniversary yesterday with an interactive PacMan Google logo. The birthday cake is all chowed-up – the the birthday party is all done but the cool, interactive, and fully functional PacMan logo is still featured in Google.com. That left me wondering if the PacMan logo signify more than a simple birthday party!…

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iPads owners highly satisfied in the US

A week before the release of Apple’s iPad in international market, reports are coming on customer satisfaction in the US market. The report like “iPads satisfy 9 out of 10 new owners“, “1-in-5 US consumers plan to buy Apple’s iPad”, and “Apple iPads outselling Macs, nearing iPhone 3GS sales” are some of the new headlines…

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Chrome Web Apps Store – Google to be your ‘hard drive’

Google is trying to redefine how we use computers. They told that the desktop is soon going to be obsolete (link removed) and, now it is becoming clear how they are going to change the computing platform. Later this year, Google is planning to open a Web application store for easier set up programs based…

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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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BlackBerry to launch BlackPad ?

Looks like, more ‘Pads’ are coming in the tablet market. It does make sense, with the success of iPad, computer and smartphone manufacturers might be looking to explore the ultra-portable computing market. Canadian corporate handset maker Research In Motion (RIM), better known for their BlackBerry range of handsets is also contemplating bringing out such a…

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iPad coming to 9 international markets on May 28

If you live outside the US, and in one of the 9 countries – Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and Britain, you will be able to get one of those magic Apple device, iPad, on May 28, 2010. The device was previously scheduled to be released on late April, but Apple delayed…

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Adobe distributing free Android phones to its employees

Adobe is planning to demonstrate a version of Flash for Google’s Android software in May at the Google I/O conference, in response to Steve Jobs’ criticism of Flash in an open letter. Adobe also plans to give its employees mobile phones powered by Google’s Android mobile operating system, and running a new mobile version of…

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