Yesterday was the first day of the Google I/O 2010 Developers conference. During the keynote speech, Vic Gundotra (VP of Engineering for Google) was talking about HTML5 and how there are APIs to allow developers to create better web applications. A graph was then displayed showing past, present, and future adoption of these APIs by [...]wha?
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Google Maps for Android has a “Navigation” feature which isn’t currently available to iPhone users. This feature turns Google Maps into a turn-by-turn GPS device, with text to speech. Meaning, it will read off exit and street names to you to assist you. It has quite a few interesting features.
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Today I was setting up my netbook as a community computer in my kitchen, and was thinking what I would be using it for. One of those things would be to check and update my calendar. So, I decided to use Google Calendar and was happy to see that all the sites I keep events/calendars [...]wha?