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Google Buzz now available for BlackBerry, Symbian S60, Windows Mobile and WebOS

Google Buzz for mobile was launched in February this year as a web application available only for Android (version 2.0 or higher) and iPhone.

Starting now, Google Buzz has a new XHTML version that’s also compatible with pre-2.0 Android handsets (like the Motorola i1), BlackBerry, Symbian S60, Windows Mobile, and Palm’s WebOS.

BlackBerry users will even be able to enable location via their browser settings, this allowing them to find geo-tagged posts from nearby.

To access Google Buzz via your smartphone, you simply need to visit on your handset’s web browser.

Via Google Mobile Blog


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webOS UI designer to join Google’s Android team

matias-duarte-palmLove Android? Think its UI could use a little unifying sexification? Well, you may be in luck. All Things Digital/Digital Daily is reporting that Matias Duarte, Palm’s senior director of human interface and user experience who was largely responsible for webOS, has left Palm HP, and will be joining Google’s Android team. His official position over at Google will be: “User Experience Director for Android.” Before joining Palm in 2007 Matias was the design chief at Heilio, and previous to that he was project lead on the team that designed the Danger Hiptop mobile device. Congrats Duarte, and we look forward to your future work.

UPDATE: Engadget confirms this with Google.



Sprint Evo 4G sized up alongside the Palm Pre

Sprint Evo 4G and Palm Pre

We hear ya. There are a lot of you out there on Sprint who are looking at your Palm Pre and wondering how it would be to hold the Evo 4G in its place. Ask and ye shall receive. After the break are more photos and video of the Android 2.1 Evo 4G alongside the webOS-based Palm Pre. It’s not really a fair fight at this point, but at least they got in the ring.

This is a post by Android Central. It is sponsored by the Android Central Accessories Store

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NVIDIA hints webOS tablet, rags on Apple and Intel

nvidiategra2tablet.jpgOutspoken NVIDIA chief Jen-Hsun Huang hinted in an interview today that a Tegra processor might power a webOS tablet. The executive called Palm’s OS “fabulous” and strongly implied it was next for Tegra support after the recent addition of Android. He wouldn’t commit to any official plans on the record with Laptop but said the only issue on phones like the Pre was the slow processor, which a multi-core Tegra would fix….