Google has announced that they now support Arabic and Hebrew languages on their Voice Search platform.
These two new languages are now supported on both Android and iOS platforms.
Users can start using it through the internal feature
Yahoo has become the latest company to launch their own group messaging app named Hub. It is currently available for the Google Android platform.
We already have similar services like:
Blackberry Messenger restricted to Blackberry devices
Google’s third Nexus branded Android smartphone is turning into a disaster already.
The company compromised on some of the aspects of the phone. Most reviews talk about the not so good camera and the compromised PenTile display technology used by
Automattic developers have released an updated edition of Jetpack plugin set for the users of WordPress blogs.
This is mostly a bug fix edition.
The expected modules get reactivated correctly during unusual upgrade paths.
Rdio is now offering an easy way to their users to disable the sharing of music they are listening to on Facebook and Last.fm.
New options are now available in settings. Users can now disable the sharing feature without disconnecting the service
Online sources reveal that Facebook might soon add video chat support to their Messenger app on the Apple iPhone platform.
Facebook currently does not offer video chatting on mobile devices. This could just be the beginning.
Facebook of course
Google has updated their Google Translate mobile app for the Apple iPhone platform.
This updated app now supports five new languages: Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu.
Support for these languages is in alpha stage.
Google is borrowing a feature from Wolfram|Alpha engine. The company is now going to showcase rendering of mathematical functions on their search result pages.
This should make their users who are into mathematics happy. They would be able to search
Apple is scheduled to launch their iPhone 4S smartphone in some new markets later this month.
December 16 is the planned date for launch in Brazil, Russia and Saudi Arabia in addition to some other markets including Taiwan, the Philippines, South
GitHub has announced that they have acquired Ordered List.
With this, all the products and services offered by Ordered List are now part of the GitHub offerings.
This includes Gauges, Speaker Deck, and Harmony.
The company added that