Google started testing a new look for Google Search … Perhaps a sign that everything Google will soon look like Wave?

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I hope this “upgrade” in styling becomes a Google-wide phenomenon — although I guess I’m still left wanting.  Google has had a tendency to stick with minimalism in their design, but I’ve also found their products to feel a little too utilitarian – cold and functional but missing the form.  I’m not saying that Google’s design is ugly … well, yes I am.

If you’d like to check out this new look for yourself, you can enable the wave style look and feel by adding a cookie to your browser.  Just head over to and paste the following JavaScript in your browsers address bar:


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I love a good apocalypse movie, and 2012 is hyped up to be a great one.  I just hope it lives up to the hype of advertisements like this one.


Sadly — I doubt an ad like this one would fly in the States.

Moto Droid Day – Google Nav demo

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TechCrunch has a full run-down on the Google Nav application that will ship with Android 2.0 (Eclair), along with a demo video.  If you couldn’t tell by the screenshot alone, this is one killer navigation app.  It includes plain English search, as you can see in the video below.  Oh yeah, & did I mention that it’s a free application to boot?  When, o’ when, will AT&T pick up some Android phones….?

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Motorola Droid Full Preview at BGR

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Those lucky ninjas at BGR have had their Droid in-hand long enough to post an exhaustive “preview.”  I guess it really can only be considered a preview because the unit has yet to hit retail.  I mean, they cover pretty much everything there is to know about Moto’s new handset, & even give a conclusion.  If you were ever wavering about buying one of these bad-ass handsets, you’ll be fully on-board after you read this article.

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ASUS to join Acer with Android phone in 4Q

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DigiTimes is reporting that ASUS plans to launch an Android-based handset by the end of the year.  No details other than a fourth quarter launch.  Will it make it to the US?  What bands will it support?  Will it have a slide-out QWERTY?  More questions than answers at this point, but having another major OEM like ASUS entering the market will only mean a brighter future for Google’s smartphone OS.

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The YoYo recovery process over @ Danger may be coming to an end.  Microsoft announced that it should have most contact information restored this week, with other stuff like to-do’s, notes and photos “shortly thereafter”.  Although I’m sure there are a few Sidekick users left, I wonder if this isn’t too little too late?

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AT&T Tilt2 Now Available

ATT-Tilt2-PricingThe Tilt2 is now showing up @ AT&T.  Featuring WinMo 6.5,  a full duplex speakerphone, 3.2 megapixel cam, WVGA tilt-up display, and five-row QWERTY keyboard, it sure is dreamy, but the $350 price tag, with a 2 year contract… I just don’t see myself owning one of these anytime soon.

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iPhone Dev-Team Jailbreaks iPhone 3.1.2

jailbreak-iphone-3g-os-3.1.2Well, well… Dev-Team has done it again.  Even a virgin 3.1.2 iPhone can now be jailbroken.  This just shortly after rumors Apple will soon release new hardware that is “un-jailbreakable”.

Version 3.1.4 of PwnageTool supports the 3.1.2 release of the iPhone software for iPhone 2G/3G/3GS and iPod Touch 1G/2G.

Caution:  Please head over to the dev-team blog, read and then re-read the instructions and warning before upgrading.

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