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Introducing Google Earth for iPhone

Even before we introduced Google Earth back in 2005, the team had long dreamed of being able to carry the Earth around in your pocket. Well, today that dream becomes a reality as we introduce Google Earth for iPhone and iPod touch. With just a swipe of your finger you can fly from Peoria to Paris to Papua New Guinea, or anywhere in between. It may be small, but it brings all the power of Google Earth to the palm of your hand, including all of the same global ....


Introducing Gmail for mobile 2.0


Whether you've lost signal on the subway or turned your phone's wireless connection off on an airplane, you no longer have to wait to read and compose your Gmail or Google Apps email on your phone. Today, we're happy to introduce Gmail for mobile 2.0, designed to be faster and more reliable in low signal areas and to even support basic offline access on phones like the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W910i, and BlackBerry Curve. Our latest version of Gmail for mobile also allows you to access multiple Gmail or Google Apps email accounts from the same application.



Windows 7: Will it be good enough?


By Wolfgang Gruener PDC 2008 Preview - Microsoft will give us a first glimpse at Windows 7 this week and will introduce developers to core components of the new operating system.


Microsoft Brings Vista Service Pack 2 Into Beta


Microsoft is preparing a major update to its Vista operating system. Windows Vista Service Pack 2 will enter beta testing next week, the company has confirmed, with a public release date to follow.


Users urged to report abuse sites


Web users who find images of child sex abuse online are being urged to report it to the Internet Watch Foundation.


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