TouchDroid Project Will Bring Android To The HP TouchPad

After the HP discontinued webOS and their PC line, the HP TouchPad went on sale ($99 for the 16GB version and $149 for the 32GB version). If you were lucky enough to buy one, you’re probably wondering if there’s a way to get Android on the TouchPad. The answer is…


Google Purchases Motorola For $12.5 Billion

Today, Google has announced that they’ve purchased Motorola for a staggering 12.5 billion dollars in order to “supercharge” their Android platform! Google’s CEO, Larry Page, announced the acquisition of Motorola today on Google’s official blog: Given Android’s phenomenal success, we are always looking for new ways to supercharge the Android…


Google+ App Is Now Available On Apple’s App Store

The Google+ iPhone app has recently been approved by Apple and accepted into the App Store! It’s free (of course) and currently available for iPhone users – it isn’t iPad universal yet and it doesn’t support the iPod Touch either. The new app allows you to easily stay in touch…

Google+ iOS App Waiting For Approval

According to a Google developer, the already famous Google+ has an app waiting for approval in the iOS App store. The social networking app will be available for all iDevices and should be downloadable rather quickly.


Google+ Games: Coming Soon?

Google+ enthusiests have recently dug into Google’s source code and have discovered references to Google+ Games. This would suggest that Google is working on a new social gaming feature for Google+ and it could be a feature seen in future updates.


Google+ Invites Disabled: Here’s How To Get Around That

Most of you are probably aware of Google’s new social networking service (Google+). The only way to be a part of Google+, for the time being at least, is to receive an invite – but due to the high volume of invites sent,Google had to temporarily disable the invite service….


Google+ App Coming To The App Store

Yesterday I reported on google’s new social networking services, Google+ – and today it looks as if we’ll see a “Native Google+ app for iPhone 4 users (iOS 4+)”. This document was uncovered by iPhoneItalia and unfortunately Google didn’t provide much of launch date, they simply said “Coming soon” so…