Google have released a demo video of Google Maps 5 on the upcoming and much anticipated Nexus S. The Nexus S is the first phone to run Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), which was released at the start of this week.
US Android users have received an early Christmas present from Google with the release Android 2.3, codenamed Gingerbread, today. The updated OS will be first made available on Samsung’s Nexus S smartphone.
More details have emerged today about the mysterious augmented reality game based in Dublin known as Copān. The game is part of an innovative marketing campaign surrounding the launch of the new Copān Bar venue in Rathmines, Dublin.
Apple have today released their much anticipated iOS 4.2 update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Much of the update brings existing features from the iPhone to the iPad, particularly the long awaited multitasking ability.
As we speculated in this morning’s article Google Docs now supports editing on Android and iOS devices, including the iPad. In the coming days Google will be rolling out their ‘new documents editor’ that supports editing on mobile browsers.
Commuters in several Dublin rail stations are using their smartphones to complain about Irish Rail. Commuters are unhappy that the train company has not used their website or Twitter to inform them of lengthy delays to DART and commuter trains.
Congratulations to all those you won at The Appys awards last night in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin. The Appys is a new award ceremony that celebrates the innovation and creativity in the app development industry, and rewards their creators and developers.
In a recent blog post An Post have announced the release of their iOS app. The app allows users to track shipments, find the nearest post office, and calculate postage rates, all from their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Gadget blog Engadget have posted more information and images of the rumoured PlayStation Phone. The Android powered device, codenamed “Zeus”, has not yet been verified by Sony, but Engadget are adamant about its authenticity.
Have you just bought an iPhone or an Android? Do you think its awesome, well think again. Mozilla, as part of their concept series, have released designs for a concept phone called Seabird, and it looks amazing.
Mozilla, makers of the popular Firefox web browser, have made available Firefox 4 beta for mobile for the Android platform. The app is built on the same technology as its desktop counterpart, with the main focus of this release on “performance and responsiveness”.
It is expected that Microsoft will officially launch its new mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7, next Monday October 11, which potentially is a real competitor to Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android OS.