After being released as a beta a few days back, the cloud-based backup app Carbon has received a new update that brings Dropbox support and other features.
It’s time, friend. It’s time to drop that Blackberry you’ve got duct-taped together and move up in the world. Android is waiting with open arms, and a plethora of great devices. I’m sure you were with that Blackberry for quite some time, so let’s discuss how you’re going to get acquainted to your new life with Android. It won’t be hard, I promise.
Renowned ClockworkMOD developer, Koushik Dutta, has released a beta of his new backup app named Carbon. The app is designed to help you backup your apps and app data by syncing it to the cloud.
Let me begin by saying welcome to the family. You have your first Android device! I don’t know what you had before this, but since this is your first Android, we’ll cover a few things to get you started. It may seem a little daunting, this awesome new operating system, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll never want another.
There is so much good stuff in the Android universe. We have amazing phones, tons of apps and games, and the best operating system around. Even with all that awesome at our fingertips, we are still looking to Android’s future.
It looks like Google has some big plans for its online competitor to Microsoft’s popular Office suite. Google’s VP and head of Enterprise, Amit Singh, has revealed that his company aims to get a huge chunk of market for its online suite of Office.
If you felt that the Google Chrome OS-powered Acer C7 Chromebook was a little lacking in terms of specs, then perhaps you’d like to take a look at its follow-up: the Acer C710-2605 Chromebook. This model was quietly launched recently with much better specs than the vanilla C7.
Glad tidings for start-ups, small businesses, and for everyone who wants to have their World Wide Web presence the easy way, without spending too much on web hosting. Google Drive will now support website publishing following the simple steps of uploading HTML files and website assets and making the folders public.
The Google Drive app for Android just keeps getting better and better. Now, those of us who need to edit spreadsheets often can do so on the go, thanks to the addition of a new feature to Google Drive.
Ever had a situation where you needed to send a few larger files over email, only to find that what you were sending out would have went over the file limit size? The good news is the days of 25MB file limits are over for Google users, thanks to the integration of Google Drive into Gmail.