Android 3 Video Preview

More Americans are using Smartphones running Google’s Android than Apple’s iPhone. RIM’s BlackBerry is in the first place with 37.6 percent market share of smartphones, Google Android second place with 26.0 percent. Apple is position on the third place and Microsoft Phone fourth.
This is just a introduction what’s going on with smartphones operation system and the reason why Google is investing on Android. Now with the version 3.0 Honeycomb. As you can see 3.0 can run on Smartphones and Tablets. Check out the new features in this video.

What is Google Chrome OS?

What is Google Chrome OS?

This is a preview for journalists and developers, since for the final release or any RC (release candidate) the wait is long. Currently there is no demo available, but Google has announced that the source code will be "completely open",  just to invite curiosity and independent programmers to work in advance about new improvements and add-ons to the basic core of the software.

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Download Android Live CD


Now Google Android can be tested also in our PC or Netbook. LiveAndroid lets you download a LiveCD disc image of the Google Android operating system and run Live on your desktop. Just burn the image to a disc, stick it in a CD-ROM drive, and reboot your computer and you can check out Android without installing it or affecting any files on your PC.


You can also use the disc image in a virtualization application like VirtualBox, VMWare or Microsoft Virtual PC if you want to try the operating system without even rebooting your computer.


LiveAndroid running in a netbook with touchscreen.

Anothe LiveAndroid Video:

Download Android LiveCD

Google Chrome Updates


Here are some improvements that you’ll notice right away:

Improved New Tab Page: The most requested feature from users was the ability to remove thumbnails from the New Tab page. Now you can finally hide that embarrassing gossip blog from the Most Visited section.
Full Screen Mode: If you’ve ever given a presentation or watched a large video using Google Chrome, you might have wished you could use every last pixel on your screen for the content. Now you can hide the title bar and the rest of the browser window by hitting F11 or selecting the option in the Tools menu.
Form Autofill: Filling out your information in forms over and over again can be tedious. Form autofill helps by showing information you’ve previously entered into the same form fields automatically. If at any point you want to clear out your information, that’s easy to do from the Tools menu.

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Google Street View Car Hitting a Bridge


Is normal that when you drive a car, you should know the height of the vehicle. But in this case the driver of Google Street View Car forgot about the digital camera over the roof and hit a bridge.
The incident happened in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. You can start here and keep clicking the forward arrow to watch as the cameras apparently get bent by the bridge.