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Google released Android 2.3 Gingerbread

Yesterday Google released a new version of Android 2.3 called Gingerbread. The following video explains some of the new features:

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I am looking forward to updating my HTC Desire when it receives the update.

Update: Apart from this information ReadWriteWeb found some interesting new features as stated on their weblog:

Yesterday, Google launched a new version of the Android operating system, Android 2.3, code-named “Gingerbread.” Since then, developers have been scouring through the software development kit (SDK) to see what’s new. A few have found some interesting items – including hints at possible video chat in Google’s GTalk app, references to a Playstation controller and even a fabulous “Easter egg” painting depicting an Android surrounded by zombies.

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[video] – Thoughts on Google Instant

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Here is an introductory video to Google Instant the new search feature that Google provides for its search engine.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oarMXGq3gIElubRNRIUg4

I personally do really like the new feature searching while you type. What do you think about it? Do you prefer the traditional “push-the-button” search approach?

RWW asks how will this change affect your companie’s search engine optimization? <name> tries to answer the similar question on if SEO will still be required in 5 years.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oarMXGq3gINQArUFRb4Is

For me the more interesting question is how did google do the software engineering part? How did they get it to answer millions of search querys in real-time?

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Android 2.2 Froyo Update for HTC Desire

This weekend i will receive an update to Android 2.2 (Froyo) for my HTC Desire. I am really looking forward to this update.

Here is the official video of Google introducing Android 2.2 (Froyo):

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[video] – How fast is Google Chrome?

These days Google has released a video demonstrating the speed of their new beta Google Chrome browser. The video is made up in a very creative way. I am impressed how Google always finds really interesting ways to promote their products. Specially this one is of really interest:

For everybody who is interested in the making of this video will like the following one too:

(via ReadWriteWeb and Mashable)

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Nobody Can Stop Facebook Because Nobody Understands Facebook

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Mashable has just published a post titled “Nobody Can Stop Facebook Because Nobody Understands Facebook“. There is an interesting sentence in this post:

Have the nuances of online privacy become so complex that they’re beyond the comprehension of mere mortals? I’m not saying that Facebook has any intent to cause confusion, but the complexities of the open vs closed debate and the prescriptive vs descriptive nature of the “everybody” setting effectively act to shut down public discourse.

I agree that it has not become easier to control privacy specially in the scope of Facebook. I do not really know what data which I publish on Facebook stays there, do you know? Actually when posting on Facebook I keep in mind that everything that I provide is for anybody to use. This you should also keep in mind when you act on Facebook.

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