Google have launched a new service and App called Google Currents. It is their magazine like content reader that brings to your iPhone, iPad, Android tablet or phone online and high speed offline reading. Google offer a number of free optimised online magazines and other content. Check out the video below:
For even more information check out Currents page:
Here are some of the main points they make:
Add your favorite content
- Add your favorite content – From leading publications, to blogs you follow, you can browse, read, and share favorite content, presented in a swipable magazine format.
- Follow trending stories – Let the breaking stories find you. Personalized “trends” pulls articles, photos and videos into living editions, surfacing new stories as they unfold.
- Designed for all your device – Whether sitting on your couch, riding a train or plane, your Currents content is ready for highspeed reading on your Android or Apple phone or tablet.
All the information will of course be syncronised across your devices. Google Currents is only available in the US at the moment. We’re really looking forward to getting our hands on this over in UK, and can’t wait to start reading the reviews.
Samsung are making a rather good move in supplying the Android hack group CyanogenMod a Samsung S2, embracing the hacker community. Check out the full story here:
- fix custom labels, custom colours sync issues
- improves copy/paste in Gingerbread
- introduction of long-press to copy text with Android 2.3
- Bug fixes
So not bad at all, this is a very good thing indeed for both Android and Gmail lovers.
Android and Armani hook up along with Samsung for Fashion Week.
Now this video was created at the end of 2010, but looking at London Fashion Week online, this popped up. We kinda like it! What about you?
- Optimizing performance and tools for game development
- Supporting open media formats and tools for content creators
- Bringing new and innovative forms of communications into our mobile platform