Search giant Google has launched its holiday doodle for the 2011/12 festive season, with users able to interact with the logo and listen to a Christmas carol to get into the festive spirit.
Google’s latest Nexus phone, the Galaxy Nexus, is set for a forthcoming Australian launch with all three major carriers – Vodafone, Telstra and Optus – confirming they’ll launch the device before Christmas.
Yesterday Darryl took a look at Google’s new eBookstore. Today he takes a more in-depth look at the service, and what it means for Australians.
Google’s e-book service popped up in the last market update to Android phones. Given that most Google services (like Voice and Music, to name just 2) are yet to make it to our shores, it was a surprise to see the store pop-up. The Store The Google Book Store is built into the Android Marketplace. Clearly written with the Ice Cream Sandwich Support Library, the view morphs to suit the platform being used. Above is the Xoom [...]
Computer manufacturer ASUS’ Australian division says it plans to launch the next generation Transformer tablet locally sometime “within the next few months.”
Christmas is just around the corner, but Google is still yet to launch a single cloud-based Chromebook in Australia despite suggestions by manufacturers that they’d make their way here before the start of the celebratory season.
As confirmed last month, Google will hold its first ever Office Hours session for Australian Android developers this Wednesday.
This week Google held a Developer Day in Sydney, where it discussed a number of emerging technologies coming out of the company.
Many major Australian brands have jumped on Google’s announcement overnight of Pages for its Google+ platform, with most rushing to get a presence on Google’s social networking site.
Google has confirmed its highly-anticipated eBooks platform is now available in Australia, allowing locals the ability to purchase electronic books across a range of Internet-enabled devices.