Google today launched its long-awaited instant messenger (IM) application, Google Talk. Google Talk also includes a peer-to-peer VoIP application similar to Skype. Google Talk allows users to set
Google has purchased Android, a secretive wireless startup, for an undisclosed sum. Android was started by Danger founder Andrew Rubin and is reportedly working on a mobile OS and
Google acquired mobile software startup Android. The 22-month-old startup is making software for mobile phones. No one seems to know very much about the company besides the fact that it seems to
Gmail Mobile is an email viewer application that lets BlackBerry users access Gmail from their handhelds. Gmail Mobile lets users access their Gmail contact books, view mail and respond to mail,
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America Online (AOL) today agreed to acquire mobile customization software company Wildseed for an undisclosed sum. Wildseed will be part of one of the AOL Wireless Group. Wildseed makes
According to tech columnist Robert Cringely, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. almost bought VoIP software and service provider Skype for $3 billion. Skype has supposedly been on the auction block
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Russian mobile developer NIKITA talks about their new game. Interview Symella: A Gnutella P2P client for Symbian.