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
Here is a web site list with awesome wallpapers for iPhone. You can use them also like a iPod Touch Screen wallpaper. Of course if you have one 🙂 Enjoy!
The new Google experience is integrated to make it quick and easy for you to find, use and switch between Google’s mobile applications including Search, Gmail, Calendar, Reader and more.
From Apple web site:
About Google Search
Get the answer you’re looking for – fast. Anything from flight updates and sports results, images and weather reports to web and mobile web pages is just a click away. We’ll also make sure that pages are formatted appropriately for your iPhone.
Local listings at your fingertips. Search and locate everything from restaurants to a local dry cleaner. Google will suggest businesses in your area and remember where you are. So the next time you search, you’ll get to the listings you’re looking for faster and easier.
What’s New in this Version
– The new Google experience is integrated to make it quick and easy for you to find, use and switch between Google’s mobile applications including Search, Gmail, Calendar, Reader and more.
Nokia is challenging traditional mobile phone concepts and seeking to help the environment in one go, with the unveiling of its Eco Sensor Concept handset design.
The Finnish phone giant claims it designed the handset not only to be capable of making calls, but also to provide individual and ecological benefits.
While the Eco Sensor phones doesn’t seem as though the phone’s designed to let users monitor their individual carbon footprint, Nokia claimed that by making the handset as small as possible, it’ll be helping to minimise any environmental impact and reducing the need for too many materials.
By creating the Nokia Eco Sensor Concept, we hope to stimulate an ongoing discussion and idea sharing – both within the mobile industry and with consumers. Through these discussions, we hope to gain a better understanding of what we can do with mobile technology in the near future and how we can lead the mobile industry towards a sustainable future.
French mobile phone operator Orange sold 30,000 iPhones in the five days following its November 29 launch, the company said Wednesday.
In comparison, German operator T-Mobile said it sold 10,000 on November 9, the day the phone went on sale there. Apple’s U.K. partner O2 said the phone is its fastest-selling ever, but refused to give sales figures.
Some 80 percent of Orange customers bought the iPhone with an "Orange for iPhone" service contract that includes unlimited access to the Internet and the Visual Voicemail service.
Those customers paid €399 (US$585) for their iPhone, the same price T-Mobile charges for its iPhones.
Orange also offers the iPhone for €549 with other types of contract, or €649 without a contract.
About 1,500 were sold without a contract, said Orange spokesman Louis Michel Aymard.
Customers buying an iPhone from Orange for use on another operator’s network must pay a €100 unlocking charge, which is waived if they wait for six months from the purchase date. Since an iPhone without a contract is of little use on Orange’s network, the majority of those 1,500 customers have probably unlocked their phones, Aymard said.
Orange is now the only one of Apple’s network operator partners to sell the iPhone unlocked. It does so to comply with a French law that forbids making the sale of one item conditional on the sale of another.
Apple may extend the multi-touch technology found in its iPhone and iPod touch to larger displays by implementing new inventions which allow users to use different parts of their hand as well as use different presses to trigger certain actions, according to three patent filings published today. Comprising a patent for a sensor arrangement that addresses different parts of the hand as well as accompanying patents for conductors and sensors, the development relies on an array of improved capacitive sensors that can not only detect the proximity of hand contact but also determine which part of the hand is in use by the surface area. The system is also sensitive to pressure across multiple areas, Apple says.
If you are one of the lucky people that own Apple’s iPhone or iPod Touch, and are looking for the perfect background image for your device, then look no further than rwpeary’s Flickr photoset. Comic book geeks are going to love this huge collection of mobile device formatted wallpapers, from Marvel, DC, and some smaller publishers, you will most likely find your favourite characters in the mix.