The timer is running out for the first model of the Google Android phone, as it is planned for late 2008, and some considerations about it are raising around the net, like the worrying that it will lack support for Microsoft Exchange.
GraphOn Corp., a software-house specialized in server-based application-publishing and Web-enabling software, filed a lawsuit against Google Inc.’s claiming the violation of four GraphOn patents on “method(s) of maintaining an automated and network-accessible database”.
Yesterday many Gmail users have experienced problems in accessing their account. After several hours of outage the problem has been fixed and Google made a public apology for the issue.
Yahoo decided to increase the competition with Google by starting the beta of Zimbra, a web application that bundle the famous e-mail, calendar, contacts, and document services in one application. The most notorious feature of Zimbra is the possibility that users have to access this app even if they are not on-line.
There are already many complaints, especially from the major competitors, about the Google omnipresence on the Web and still the Mountain View company has found a new product to launch on the market: Knol, an open encyclopedia where anyone can contribute.
CoreAVC-for-Linux has been allowed to resume developing after CoreCodec recognized that the project does not violate its copyrights under the DMCA.
The new Google gadged may have not hit the market yet, but when it does it will already benefit from the availability of some third-party application.