Google SSL Encrypted Search Beta

Google has enabled SSL/HTTPS on their search engine which is accessible at https://www.google.com. Using the encrypted search engine you can search without worrying about your data being snooped on.

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HTC – one of the most popular Android phone manufacturers – has confirmed that most of their phones launched in 2010 will get the Android 2.2 update.

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Google Pacman Doodle

Google’s PAC-MAN 30th birthday Google Doodle is already causing a lot of nuisance to users. Turn Google PAC-MAN Doodle Sounds off or move to Bing is what is happening.

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The Federal Trade Commission has approved Google’s $750 million acquisition of Admob.

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Android on iPhone

You can now install Android OS on a iPhone first generation phone or iPhone 3G thanks to instructions from PC World.

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Google TV: The Power of the Web, Now on Your Television

Learn what is Google TV and why it may redefine your television viewing experience.

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Google discloses the release date of the Android 3.0 a.k.a. Gingerbread. In their WebM documentation is the first mention of its release date.

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Microsoft has confirmed that Internet Explorer 9 will be capable of playing both H.264 and VP8 (WebM Videos).

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What is WebM and why WebM is good news for everyone.

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Google’s co-founder, Larry Page, comments on the poor battery performance in many Android phones. He blames softwares running in background for it.

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At Google I/O a new competitor to H.264 has been announced. Opera, Mozilla and Google’s browsers will support WebM for HTML5 video, leaving Apple and Microsoft to support H.264

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Acer

Acer has just confirmed that it won’t be launching a Chrome OS based Device at the upcoming Computex.

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According to a recent study by video search site MeFeedia, there has been a 160% increase in the usage of H.264 videos over the Internet in the last few months, starting January this year.

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Google acquires VOIP expert GIPS for $68.2m after it announced a technology for Android app developers to integrate video and audio chat into their products.

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Amazon Android

Amazon will soon be launching the Kindle – its free eBook reader application – for the Android OS. The Amazon Kindle is already available for PC, Mac and iTouch devices from Apple.

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