The software giant Google announced that they would bury the video chat feature which will come to the Android smartphone platform.
Google Talk instant messenger, will soon be built-in for Android OS, which mean users will have video and voice chat functionality. This feature first appeared in the 2.3.4 update for the handset's Android Nexus S.
This system will be operated between smartphone Android and Google Talk in Gmail web mail application on your desktop computer. Google said the video call feature can be made through 3G or 4G data network or through Wi-Fi.
New chat client that also will superimpose text chat on the phone screen and will allow users to exit the application to check something in another place on the phone.
Grand wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton have been established. Norton computer security firm urged Internet users to avoid the risk of a number of searches inserted malware.
Recognizing the high public interest is anticipated marriage, Norton released a list of related topics to avoid the biggest wedding of the century. Surprisingly, 61 percent of users exposed to malware attack that appears after clicking the site of the search "William and kate movie. "
Meanwhile, 58 percent infected with the virus while looking for photographs of "the death of princess Diana."
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In recent day Apple launched the iPhone 4 with white color variants. In addition to interesting, this smart phone has a mysterious side.
According to analyst Brian Withe from Ticonderoga Securites, there are separate reasons why the iPhone 4 white variants is always delayed its release. With this delay could creates the impression of mystery in it.
"This delay (white iPhone 4) actually create a kind of mysterious impression of this product and we believe a certain demographic could see that the gadget is interesting," as he said.
Brian also believes the white iPhone 4 will be best-selling 1 to 1.5 million units in each quarter. And particularly in Asia, the iPhone 4 with white color expected well received by local communities.
"I believe the white iPhone will be popular in Asia, especially in China and Japan," adds Brian.
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