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Android 101: Force Gmail to always show pictures from a sender

Show pictures in gmail

A little headache in gmail is that embedded images don’t show up by default. That actually makes sense, as the can be data-intensive. Until recently, there was no way to force images to always load. But Gmail recently updated so that you can tell it to always display images from a particular sender. Just look for the button you see highlighted above.

You can also clear the list  [Read More…]

9MP Photo From the Motorola Dinara

Take a look at the photo to the left, it’s a beauty isn’t it? Just look at the detail and the crisp, contrasting colours…Ok so whoever took this photo could of chosen a more interesting subject, but at least the photos statistics are a little more intriguing. It’s a 4000 x 2248 picture uploaded by the unannounced Motorola Dinara. This works out at just under 9MP making the  [Read More…]

OnStar announces RemoteLink application enhancements – Send directions from your smartphone to vehicle

OnStar RemoteLink

If you’re riding around in an OnStar equipped vehicle like the Chevy Malibu we checked out not too long ago, then you’ll be happy to hear the latest news from OnStar. They’ve just announced some forthcoming enhancements to their RemoteLink application that will help you get to where you need to go more efficiently. (This is what we saw an early preview of way back at Google IO 2010.) On Aug. 30 — when  [Read More…]

CM7 seen booting on an HP TouchPad, still a long way from being usable

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Well, how about that. What you see in the video above apparently is CyanogenMod 7 booting onto an HP TouchPad. Of course, booting is just the first step in a long line of things that have to happen before we get a working port. Notably, the touchscreen doesn’t yet work. That’s kind of a big one. But booting CM7 is a big step, no doubt. The plan now, apparently, is to work up  [Read More…]

HTC Flyer Android tablet hands-on video from MWC

 

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iPad Will Dominate The Tablet Market Until At Least 2017… With Some Help From Android

If you want to offer a tablet not powered by iOS or Android, you might want to cool your heels until the next decade. Apple’s iPad and various Android-powered tablets will control 90 percent of the market through at least 2017, researchers announced Monday.

What’s more, forgot about Samsung or RIM challenging the two tablet leaders. Look instead to Windows, but then as only a distant third choice, according to research  [Read More…]

Should Samsung Buy webOS To Protect Itself From Apple? It Might Make Sense. Here’s Why [Opinion]

Samsung’s in trouble. The Korean electronics giant is being sued by Apple in just about every market for copying Apple’s iOS, iPhone and iPad designs… and Apple’s winning. Worse, Samsung’s biggest mobile partner, Google, just bought out one of their main smartphone competitors, Motorola, for $ 12.5 billion. Now that Google has an Android hardware team in-house, how much longer will third-party smartphone makers like Samsung be given equal access to  [Read More…]

Apple Has Nothing To Fear From Google-Motorola Deal [Analyst]

Now that Google has itself a handset maker and a passel of patents, the Android creator is likely to come gunnin’ for Apple, right? Wrong, say a number of Wall Street analysts, who expect little negative fall-out for the iPhone maker. If anything, the acquisition threatens the chances of any mobile success story outside of the Apple-Android duopoly.

Long-time Apple watcher Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster says the deal cements the  [Read More…]

What Apple Could Learn From Google+

Look around in Google’s new social network, Google+. You’ll see Apple design DNA everywhere. The clean, white space. The knowing and careful attention to typography type, shade and spacing. The icons are beautiful in a simple, balanced, Apple kind of way.

The coolest feature on the whole site, the “circle editor,” was in fact designed primarily by the same guy who was a lead designer on the original Macintosh.

Google+ presents  [Read More…]