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Google Now Allows You To Check If Stock Is Available Nearby

03/11/2010, Have you ever been in a scenario where you google for an item online, find it at a store nearby, fight through traffic to get there, only to find out that it’s out of stock? Well, Google is looking to help you tackle that issue, with its latest...

Ubergizmo’s MWC Best of Show: Windows Phone 7

02/19/2010, MWC 2010 has witnessed the comeback of Microsoft into the mobile OS race – at least in terms of hype and mind share (we’ll have to try the final product!). Just recently, Windows Mobile was considered by many as “lost” or...

Yahoo Checking Out Search By SMS Feature

02/09/2010, Search by SMS never really took off, but by referring to a patent that was recently filed by Yahoo, the company seems like it wants to take a crack at the challenge. In the patent, it’s mentioned that users will be able to use the system by sending...

Google Launches Popular Image Search For Android And iPhone

01/30/2010, If you’re always searching for pictures on Google, or want something else to kill your time at the office, you’ll be happy to hear that Google has announced its Popular Images Search for Mobile, showing up on the Google main page. Once...

Hulu Going Mobile And Might Hit Android And iPhone OS

01/29/2010, Hulu addicts out there will certainly be happy at the latest statements from Hulu chief, Jason Kilar. He mentioned that the company would be making a push into the mobile scene, which could include key platforms. When asked about supporting the iPad, he...

YoGen Mobile Crank Charger

01/10/2010, [CES 2010] We’ve brought your attention to the YoGen mobile charger by Easy Energy before, and now the device has been formally launched at CES 2010. In case you’re not familiar with it, the YoGen is a mobile charger that relies solely on hand...

Google Introduces Local Search For Mobile

01/08/2010, Want to find a coffee store near you? Well, if it’s related to search, you can be sure that Google wants a piece of the pie, and now Google has introduced local search for the iPhone and Android phones. When you’re at Google’s page on...

Freescale Smartbook Tablet

01/03/2010, [CES 2010] Freescale is grabbing the bull by the horns and has come up with its own tablet design that not only shows what Freescale’s technology is capable of, also serve as a reference design for computer makers around the world, like Inventec....

Fennec For N900 Just Around The Corner?

12/22/2009, It seems that Fennec, Mozilla’s mobile version of its very popular Firefox browser, is just a few days away from release. The browser will initially be enabled for the Nokia N900, and since it kind of functions and looks similar to Safari Mobile,...

Bing Becomes More Mobile Friendly

10/30/2009, It looks like Microsoft is stepping up the war against Google with its newly refreshed version of Bing for mobile devices (m.bing.com). This revamped site has been optimized for touch-screen devices, sporting finger-friendly buttons which are much easier...

Jalou phone by Dolce&Gabbana with 24-carat gold launched (U.K)

10/22/2009, Sony Ericsson and Dolce&Gabbana have launched the Jalou “design” handset in the U.K. Here’s the official video teaser (1mn28s). The phone has gold accents plated in 24 carat gold and will go for $800, but expect street prices to be...

Microsoft on porting iPhone apps to Windows Mobile

08/04/2009, Microsoft has published a case study that highlights some differences between developing for iPhone and for Windows Mobile. For educational purposes, a simple application has been chosen and this document should not be seen as a “template” for...

Intel’s mobility future depends on ‘desirability’

07/29/2009, At the Intel Technology Summit, Intel mentioned that future computers need to be not only affordable and capable, but most importantly desirable. And for that very reason, Intel is learning skills that are usually outside of its core semi-conductor...

Who’s Making Money in Mobile? (Panel)

07/29/2009, By Ravit Lichtenberg (blog) – At the Always On Summit at Stanford, an impressive panel is underway, discussing mobile monetization, the role of the operator, platform, apps, etc. Being in the Silicon Valley, the iPhone conversation dominates....