Posts Tagged ‘Google Apps’

The advantages of rooting an Android device – as well as some of the drawbacks – have been well documented in many a post here at Redmond Pie. But if you have decided to enter the Dark Side, as it were, you’ll be more than aware that both management and all-in-one tools can be invaluable in terms of getting the most from your hacking and modding endeavors.

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Google has taken a leaf out of Apple’s book and announced Google Play Textbooks and Play Games, providing a textbook renting and buying mechanism for students, and offering a gaming portal for Android gamers. We’ll be taking a closer look at both right past the break.

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GApps for Android provides a solid base of highly functional apps for the many millions on the company’s mobile ecosystem, and with Android 4.2 bringing a deluge of new features to the table, it’s only natural those floundering in wait of an OTA update would wish to get their hands on GApps 4.2.

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At Wordwide Partner Conference in New Orleans, Microsoft announced the technical preview of Microsoft Office 2010. Concurrently, Microsoft also revealed more details about Office Web Apps. The apps are lightweight, browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.

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