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    Google enables spreadsheet editing on the go

    by Vince Pane on Feb 14, 2009 at 11:27 AM

    Google has some good news for all the road warriors and smartphone junkies out there; at least for mobile workers who are fans of the spreadsheet function of Google Docs.  Google has officially added edit and filter functionality to their mobile spreadsheet application. It was over a year ago that… Continue Reading »

    Google to allow developers charge for their Android apps starting this week

    by Natesh Sood on Feb 11, 2009 at 07:16 AM

    In a Wall Street Journal article about how Microsoft plans to make special program software available for smartphones running Windows Mobile, Google’s Android OS was briefly mentioned.  One little paragraph in the end of the article, devoted to Android, had information about how Google would let developers charge for their… Continue Reading »

    The #1 problem with Google Sync

    by JG Mason on Feb 10, 2009 at 09:21 AM

    You might recall Doug Berger’s post enlightening us all a work around from NuevaSync to get your Google Calendar onto your iPhone.  Google released Google Sync to handle not only your Google Calendar but also contacts.  Google does this using the Exchange protocols built into your phone. Google Sync brings… Continue Reading »

    iPhone + Google Books = trouble for Kindle?

    by JG Mason on Feb 7, 2009 at 09:08 AM

    Oprah may love the Kindle, as does our own Sue Walsh, but with today’s announcement from Google about their Book Search gone mobile, we’ve got to wonder if Kindle can keep up. Google Book Search enters the game Free.  Now Google Book Search (GBS) is free and mobile.  Specifically optimized… Continue Reading »

    Shortcovers launches mobile eBook service

    by Heather Wood on Feb 6, 2009 at 01:45 PM

    If you don’t own one of Amazon’s Kindle Readers, then you may think that you are unable to enjoy books electronically.  This is not the case with Shortcovers, a new mobile service from the Canadian book retailer Indigo Books & Music. Shortcovers will allow users that own iPhones, BlackBerries, and… Continue Reading »

    Google introduces mobile versions of its entire book collection

    by Sue Walsh on Feb 6, 2009 at 10:00 AM

    Google has announced the launch of mobile versions of its entire book collection.  The books are now accessible via the T-Mobile’s G1 Android based phone and the iPhone.  Some say this will give the Amazon Kindle a serious run for it’s money but as a happy Kindle owner I disagree… Continue Reading »

    Google deals deathblow to paper. OK maybe not.

    by Chris Shore on Feb 3, 2009 at 04:38 PM

    The Holy Grail of computing (there’s a lot of those, aren’t there?) for businesses is the paperless office.  Since computers gained a foothold in the 1980s, many have dreamed of replacing all that paper strewn around their office with a simple, clean machine.  The reality is, paper is pretty efficient. … Continue Reading »

    Sirius XM iPhone app about to debut

    by Chris Shore on Jan 30, 2009 at 07:43 PM

    Nice to see that Sirius XM is catching up with the rest of the media world and have finally developed an app for the iPhone. NiceMac announced they will submit the new app, called uSirius Starplayer, to Apple for approval on January 31. Continue Reading »

    Who’s on Crack in Tech 1.30.09

    by JG Mason on Jan 30, 2009 at 02:15 PM

    Where did this past month go?  It started off far-too-fast with CES then into the daze that follows.  My attention is now attuned to what is going to come out of Barcelona’s phone festival next month.  But, since that is weeks away still, let’s look at the stuff that drove… Continue Reading »

    OnPar golf GPS resembles iPhone

    by Natesh Sood on Jan 28, 2009 at 08:24 PM

    If you like golfing a lot, you might want to consider checking out this slick looking golf GPS, aptly named OnPar.  Basically, it calculates the distance you are from the hole and figures out the distance you need to reach to get the golf ball into the hole.  In addition… Continue Reading »

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