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Within a day, Monday (06/12/2010), Google announced four surprises at once. Surprises are the join of SAP in Google App Marketplace, Google’s online bookstore eBookStore, Google’s smartphone Nexus S, and a new advertising service. Fourth announcement disclosed in Google’s official blog.
SAP is a major player providing business application that provides SAP Streamwork, a shared decision-making application. This application provides the virtual discussion tables together with voting and polling. As more than 200 applications in the current Google App Marketplace, SAP Streamwork can be accessed by More >
Google has officially introduced the Nexus S, Nexus One Android phone successor. The phone made by Samsung has a specification that is very similar to the Galaxy S.
One thing that Google promised, this device will always get the features and the latest software from Google, including the operating system that will use Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread.
What are the Gingerbread features that should be a concern? Here are some of them More >
Nexus S will be the Google phone successor of the Nexus One. This Smartphone with Android Gingerbread has a similar specification to the Galaxy S.
As announced in the official Google blog on Tuesday (07/12/2010), finally Samsung was officially introduced as a Google partner in making the Nexus S.
Here are the specs of Nexus S:
Quad-band GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900
Tri-band HSPA: 900, 2100, 1700
HSPA type: HSDPA (7.2Mbps), HSUPA (5.76Mbps)
Wi-Fi 802.11 n/b/g
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR More >
Nexus S is the second smartphones made by Google to boost the popularity of Android. This is the first smartphone on the market that uses the latest version of the Android 2.3 operating system or called Gingerbread. If Google’s first smartphone Nexus One produced by HTC, Nexus S produced by South Korean company, Samsung.
Computational performance supported by Samsung Cortex A8 processor (Hummingbird) 1 GHz and 16GB of internal memory, and graphical processing units (GPU) of its own. Not only perfectly supports multitasking, Nexus S can also be a Wi-Fi hotspots, supporting the Internet callling, and the first Android smartphone equipped with a chip called Near Field Communication (NFC) to read digital bar code, which is expected to be used in a variety of More >
Although there are few problems with the 7 inch Galaxy Tab, Samsung remained aggressive doing penetration into the tablet market. This company which based in South Korea is preparing to launch a brand-new tablet-sized 10 inch.
Samsung General Manager Gary Twohing said 10 inch tablet device will be released in the first half of 2011 and came with V8 Javacripst Engine. According to the plan, this tablet will run with Android Gingerbread (3.0) OS or the latest Android OS, Honeycomb. By carrying out the 10 inch screen, will certainly have a higher screen resolution of 1024×600. More >