Gmail is arguably the best email service around – we even use Google Apps for the Digixav corporate email accounts – and this post from Sidian M. S. Jones on TechCrunch contains some great add-ons to make the whole desktop email experience less sucky.
Spotify’s big announcement today? A partnership with Coca-Cola, so Spotify ‘can do things that only Coca-Cola could think of with music’. Exciting…
Gmail went down today, but not all users were affected. What email service do you use, and are you happy with it? Let us know in the comments.
The long-awaited Nokia Lumia 900 launches this weekend on AT&T in the USA, but we are still awaiting a release date for European markets. When it comes, our own Windows Phone fanboy Henry Hunt will get one straight away, and, with the help of my 710 and forthcoming 800 reviews, we can help you find if a Nokia Windows Phone is right for you.
With HTC’s Beats Audio division acquiring music streaming service MOG, TechCrunch has a look at how HTC is acquiring innovation rather than innovating themselves.
Tweetdeck, my favourite Twitter client for iOS and PC, has been rather stagnant since its acquisition by Twitter last year, but news from TechCrunch of a major update to the fantastic mobile apps goes down very well in my eyes.
Apple just keeps growing…
Ever wondered why the stock Android browser isn’t Chrome? We all certainly have, and now Google have gone and released Chrome Beta for Android. Over time it will become THE Android browser, but for now it is only available for devices running Ice Cream Sandwich. We will try it out when we get our hands on such a device, but for now we will read this review from TechCrunch and enjoy Chrome Beta on PC.