Will Google’s new Fuchsia replace Android?

Google Fuchsia

You might have never heard of Fuchsia before, and with reason: Google, who is working on this new operating system as we speak, is being quite secretive about it.

In fact, there are even some discrepancies in the way Fuchsia is presented: on one hand, the team working on it talks about it as a new product that will soon be available, an operating system who can run on several devices; on the other hand, Google’s management refers to it in more hypothetical terms, as if it was still an experiment.

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HTC Desire Review – Part 4 – Telephony

HTC Desire review

After all the gimmicks of Hardware power, I came on to the HTC Desire Telephony section. Typically Telephony supposed to be simpler such as – Browse contacts, dial, talk and then hang up. But HTC Desire bring it to a whole new level of Telephony combining the power of social networking and information management. I’m trying to keep this post as short as possible. But then we’re going to talk about a bit more of Contacts, Call quality, Messaging and few other components. Lets take a wider look into these.

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Tell Your Car to Google it: Upload these Free Android Apps to Your Car

Tell your car to Google it

In an effort to accelerate social media, convenience for drivers and advertising, Ford Sync and General Motors (GM) are teaming up with companies like Clear Channel, iHeartRadio, Facebook and Apple to provide car apps that can be uploaded directly to your car’s dashboard console, says AdWeek.com’s Tim Peterson. Beyond being able to listen to music streaming from Sirius and iHeartRadio, Pioneer Electronics has also presented AppRadio car stereo that allows drivers to stream car-compatible mobile apps from their smartphone to their in-car dashboard and audio system. This technological advancement in the auto and social networking industry will make using apps more easy and safe for drivers because it’s hands-free communication and you can access information without needing a console for your phone. Meanwhile, DigitalTrends.com reports that Android has released a bunch of free apps that are made for drivers and their android car stereos. We listed some of our favorites from DigitalTrend’s top picks, and one of our own personal favorites, below.

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