A Google-heavy My Five this week. Good news and (very) expensive news for the search giant. Also a sad farewell to one of the few.
Adverts are coming to Whatsapp, Google adds more automation to AdWords, and Prince George is causing trouble on Instagram. It’s time for My Five.
Google has released a web-based version of its Android app market, meaning that for the first time Android users can browse and download apps on the internet.
Amazon is preparing to launch its Android app store – Is this good for Android developers and how will they react to Amazon’s pricing guidelines?
Little over over two months ago the Android Market surpassed 100,000 apps, and now according to AndroLib, the store has broken the 200,000 app benchmark.
A list of 12 Android applications to help you stay on top of your social media and web marketing campaigns when out and about.
Many brands are implementing price comparrison features in to their smartphone apps via barcode scanning. Will this change the way we shop?
Google has announced that Google Docs will now be available via mobile devices. This will allow you to view and edit your docs when out and about.
Never underestimate the importance of fast – Eric Schmidt talks technological advances, personalised search & mobile growth. See the keynote.
Google Nexus One Phone: We love Goolge Apps and reckon users should get a discounted phone. We also reckon Browser Media could test handsets
Changes in the Gmail App for iPhone and Android make for much easier navigation and the floaty bar makes admin a breeze. Find out more.