We hope everyone had a great Veteran’s Day and made a giant wish during 11:11AM/PM 11/11/11! I’m sure some of you were wishing for an exact release date for Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus – because we sure were.
It looks like the leaked Google+ app has finally become official, Ice Cream sandwich interface and all. The app is available on the Android Market now. According to the change log, it features battery improvements, navigation
One of the biggest complaints for the recently launched social network service was the fact that Google Apps users weren’t able to join. This being the large group of schools and businesses that actually pay Google to use
Google+ is in the news today. In a rare appearance by engineering SVP Vic Gundotra himself, today’s Google Plus update will introduce real-time search and full working hashtag support, much like how Twitter currently is.
Today we’ve seen plenty news regarding the Samsung Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich. It appears a few are out in the wild and the leaks are finally starting to flood in so prepare for a few crazy days. Obviously there will be
Time to start hitting that +1 button and throwing people into your circles over on Google+. Today Google just announced a HUGE update that their new social network Google+ is finally available to all and open to the public. No
Google has just pushed out yet another update for the popular Google+ Android application with some much needed improvements. The list is quite large and a good start indeed but the last update aimed to fix notifications but
Whoa, out of no where today Google has just announced Games for Google+ and already the first to tip the chart is the all mighty Angry Birds. This is one of the next big steps for Google to integrate another level of
Today Facebook announced the new Messenger App for Android and iOS. This is a stand alone application that will allow users to send instant and private messages on the go from their mobile device. As of late, Facebook has
It’s been another amazing week of tech news, and we’ll fill you in on anything you may have missed in this issue of Android Community Weekly! Monday, the LG THRILL 4G was officially reviewed by Chris Burns. We were also