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Google Search for iPhone updated

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2011

Google’s Mobile App that’s been around on iOS for awhile has now been updated and has a name change. The app is now called Google Search and it packs some new useful search features for the iOS platform. For one thing, there’s a new toolbar when using Google Search.

If you want to filter your search results into different categories like you can do on the desktop version of Google, the toolbar makes it easy to do on your iOS device. Just swipe from left to right on the device and a toolbar will appear. Select the category and the results on the right will be filtered according to your choice. Pretty sweet.

Google Search coming to the Samsung Fascinate with Android 2.2 update

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on September 12th, 2010

If you purchased the Samsung Fascinate from Verizon, then surely you have noticed that the phone comes standard with Bing instead of Google, and getting the Google Search application installed is a pain. This is because Verizon and Microsoft have entered a multi-device deal to promote Bing.

This might not be a deal breaker to most, but to some of us it’s pretty annoying. To anyone who prefers Google’s search engine to Bing, it is annoying. At least we have some good news. According to a Verizon Wireless spokesperson, when the Fascinate is updated to Android 2.2, users will be able to download the Google Search application to get easy access to Google’s search, but the downside is that users will still be unable to change the default search setting from Bing to Google.

Motorola TN700, TN500 GPS navigators with Google search

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

Motorola has announced two new GPS navigation devices, the TN700 and TN500. They are both “connected” devices, however you’ll need to hook them up to a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone if you want to transfer data. The technology comes from Airbiquity and the Google Search capability augments the internal POI database.

The TN500 has a 4.3″ widescreen display with lane guidance, junction views and spoken street names, while the TN700 has a larger 5.1″ cinematic display along with other features found on the TN500, but adds real-time traffic with an optional dash cradle.