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Sunday, March 29, 2009
VW has it’s own iPhone optimized site now

http://www.vw.com has just released their own iPhone optimized site. When you surf to the site with your iPhone you will be directed to http://www.vw.com/mobile/iphone/ The s.ite is simple and clean. You have the option of viewing all their car offerings, with special galleries, specification and prices.

Furthermore the site has a searchable database of VW dealers in the US as well as assistance information for emergencies on the road with your VW car.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Sixt is the world’s first car rental company to offer rental bookings by iPhone

(Forimmediaterelease.net) Sixt AG, Germany’s leading car rental company and international provider of high quality mobility services, is the first rental company to provide customers with the opportunity to book cars by Apple iPhone. A special Sixt application makes it possible. With just a few taps of their fingers on the screen of a Smartphone, customers all around the world can select and reserve their preferred car. Preliminary hit rates indicate this Sixt application is being welcomed with open arms. This special service allows Sixt to once again ably defend its title as innovation leader.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009
BreakThru Radio introduces their SXSW Day Party to the iPhone & iTouch

BreakThru Radio has announced that New York indie artists, Project Jenny, Project Jan performance at the BTR Day Party at SXSW which will be aired on March 24th to the on-the-go listener. BreakThru Radio brings its SXSW Day Party to the iPhone and iTouch on-demand. BTR, the World’s source for the best Independent music on the Internet, where expert DJs expose the rich underground of sound not found on commercial radio.

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Emirates and British Airways Launch iPhone Optimized Mobile Site

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Emirates Launches New Facility for Mobile Devices

DUBAI—- 22 March, 2009—- Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline has taken the next step in online innovation by launching Mobile Emirates.com, powered by Usablenet, a convenient, new facility for customers accessing the Emirates Web site from their mobile devices.

Travelers who access Emirates.com from a mobile browser (on their phone or PDA), will be automatically redirected to the mobile version of the airline’s website. The facility is compatible with over 3000 devices and allows customers to interact with Emirates from almost anywhere in the world.

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Friday, March 13, 2009
New Google Image Search Results for Android and iPhone

Today we launched a new Image Search results page for Android, iPhone, and iPod touch in the US, the UK, and Japan.

With the new Image Search results, you can easily scan up to 20 images on a single results page and get the details for images that interest you. From the details page, you can view a larger thumbnail, visit the web page containing the image, or view the image by itself in full size.

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Friday, March 06, 2009
Nissan and Infiniti are launching mobile Web sites optimized for the iPhone

New York, NY — March 6, 2009 – – Usablenet, a mobile Web partner for leading brands, today announced the launch of Nissan and Infiniti’s mobile Web sites, providing customers with the ability to view car information and image galleries, request quotes and locate dealers through any Web-enabled mobile device.

Nissan Mobile, available at http://www.NissanUSA.com and I,nfiniti’s mobile site, http://www.InfinitiUSA.com both ,offer customers with a range of functionality from the regular Web sites, including:

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Saturday, February 28, 2009
MobileMe gets updated, improved, and ‘pushy’ once more

iPhone web appsApple distributed an e-mail recently to MobileMe subscribers that detailed some improved features, but the biggest news from that e-mail was the fact that push is back.

Push was part of the initially tragic launch of MobileMe in 2008—a launch so poorly implemented that the word “push” was removed from descriptions of MobileMe until synchronization between computers and mobile devices (i.e. iPhone and iPod Touch) would perform at an acceptable level.

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Thursday, February 19, 2009
Google demos offline Gmail for iPhone at MWC

If you were thinking offline Gmail on your desktop was the greatest thing since sliced bread, prepare yourselves people. If an MWC keynote from Google’s VP of engineering, Vic Gundotra, is any indication, the same functionality might be coming soon to an iPhone / Android phone near you. Amongst other things, the souped up web app boasts an overhauled interface, supports labels, and of course, offline access.

Read More www.engadget.com


Saturday, February 14, 2009
You can now Edit, Filter and Sort Google Docs Spreadsheets on iPhone

You can now Edit, Filter and Sort Google Docs Spreadsheets with iPhone. This is going to be just the right thing needed to make iPhone more friendly to users who couldn’t edit their spreadsheets on iPhone. But this doesnt work with Docs and Presentations. This news was announced on Google Blog by Eric Bogs, who is a User Interface Software Engineer:

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Saturday, February 07, 2009
Google Brings Books To iPhone

Apple put thousands of songs in music lovers’ pockets with its market-changing iPod. Now Google is offering users of Apple’s iPhone and Android-powered mobile devices a way to access millions of books through an initiative that brings Google Book Search to the mobile world.

Google on Thursday made available more than 1.5 million public-domain books in the U.S.—and more than 500,000 outside the U.S.—for mobile users to browse anytime at no cost.

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Thursday, November 22, 2012

Google has added indoor floor plans to the Web version of its Maps service, allowing any device with a browser to show the way in airports, rail stations, shopping malls and museums in nine countries. The indoor maps have previously been available on the Google Maps application for Android, but the addition of the Web interface means they can be accessed on Apple’s iPad and other devices not running Google’s OS.

Read more www.pcadvisor.co.uk


Friday, October 05, 2012

The return overnight Wednesday of Google’s (GOOG) Street View on Apple’s (AAPL) mobile devices reminds me of what someone once said on seeing a three-legged dog run. The miracle isn’t that it runs well, but that it runs at all. Street View, of course, is that triumph of brute force data gathering that Google assembled by paying thousands of drivers to log millions of miles going up and down the streets of the world with camera-equipped cars.

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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

More trips, more discoveries, more social travel! Wipolo has already become THE social travel platform, chosen by Facebook as its travel app for the whole of Europe. Wipolo’s new app is based on the HTML 5 mobile technology.

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Nokia has updated its m.maps.nokia.com mobile maps website with voice-guided, turn-by-turn walk navigation for use on iOS and Android devices.

Nokia told iOS and Android users, “[t]here’s no need to be stuck with other mapping services anymore. You can also access Nokia Maps’ extensive Places directory and high quality directions on m.maps.nokia.com and, from today, you’ll get voice-guided walk navigation too.”

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Monday, March 12, 2012

iTether is back for the iPhone. But this time it comes with a new name—Tether for iPhone—and in the form of an HTML5 app that circumvents Apple’s App Store entirely.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

In the recent kerfuffle over the prevalence of the -webkit CSS prefix and the lack of corresponding prefixes for other browsers, we told you that the problem was with developers, not WebKit browsers. Instead of writing code that will work in any browser many developers are coding exclusively for WebKit and that’s a problem.

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Friday, August 12, 2011

Talk about an interesting day on the Apple (AAPL) iPhone and iPad ecosystem front. First, Amazon (AMZN) introduced what it called the Kindle cloud reader, which is really an HTML5-based way to route around Apple’s effort to skim e-commerce revenue from app vendors. Then Wal-Mart (WMT) rolled out a new HTML5 Vudu video streaming app.

Read more www.bnet.com


Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Pitting the Android Google+ application against the iOS browser version of Google+ side-by-side to see just how well the two experiences compare reveals some surprising results.

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Friday, November 19, 2010

Google has updated it’s cloud based word processing web-app, Google Docs. iPhone, Android smartphone and iPad owners will now be able to edit their documents on the go using the new application.

Hitting English speaking countries in the next few days, those with iOS devices on firmware version 3.0 or higher, or using Android Froyo devices, will benefit from the new changes.

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Google’s already come in for a skip-load of criticism over the privacy implications of its new social-networking service, Buzz. And to be fair to Google, it’s reacted pretty swiftly to some of the worst excesses.

Yet, the problems with Buzz auto-following your Gmail contacts and then announcing who they are to the rest of the internet pale into “so what?”

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Sunday, January 31, 2010

We haven’t seen any official announcement, but a few eagle-eyed readers pointed out that the Google Voice web interface now allows users to send text messages to multiple recipients.

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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Google Voice just got a little better on the iPhone, thanks a new Web site for iPhone users, google.com/voice/m. As iPhone users will painfully recall, Apple last year rejected Google’s iPhone-native Google Voice app, leaving those who wanted to use Google Voice with what was at first a bare and limited Web-based app. But one of the big advantages of the new HTML 5 spec, which the iPhone’s Safari browser supports, is that it lets Web developers bring more application-like functionality to Web apps. The new site is proof of that.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Konami code refers to a cheat code sequence for Nintendo devices invented by Kazuhisa Hashimoto in the mid 1980s. The code was intended to help during testing, allowing debugging of advanced game play without having to spend the time or effort actually getting to those levels. Normally, a player has to earn abilities over time. The cheat code Easter egg lets you jump from n00b-skillz directly into mad hax0r3d power. Over time, the Konami code gained traction and has been used and re-used in many games and websites since.

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Friday, January 08, 2010

Google has just added a useful button to its mobile homepage – tagged “near me now”, this feature lets you search by using your location as the query.  Currently available for iPhone and Android phone users in the U.S., “Near me now” utilizes GPS for determining your whereabouts and then searches for results near your location.

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Even with the most practiced digits, composing long e-mail on the iPhone’s virtual keyboard is the slow, awkward pits compared with typing on a desktop keyboard. However, Google released a small new feature on Monday just for long-winded iPhone e-mail authors that makes typing lengthy Gmail messages easier on the iPhone and iPod Touch.

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