A quick look at ‘Google Now’ [Video]view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – During yesterdays Google IO keynote, Google introduced Google Now. Google Now is more of an expansion of Google’s Voice Search assistant. It learns from the user as you use your phone each day and can be helpful is many ways in your every day life. (IT news)

Arp Blocked Against OSXview story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Hi guys I'm testing some attacks against the machines of my private network. I've got 1 xp machine 1 seven machine 1 ipad 1 Mac Book Pro and 1 android phone. In the last 2 days I stresstested theese pcs with dns spoofing (ettercap). Microsoft OS Machines are completely "spoofable" but there's no way to redirect traffic of OSX and android machines. Are there any spacial commands to (HowTos)

Motorola XOOM ICS update rolling out in Europeview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Good news for the Moto XOOM owners across the pond and then some. Motorola Europe announced today that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is rolling out to XOOMs in various regions. This OTA update will be just like any other in that the roll out will be dispatched in groups, hitting all targeted regions over the course of the next few weeks. (IT news)

Hands on with Sony’s new Google TV unitsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Sony showed off their brand new Google TV set-top boxes today, which include the NSZ-GS7 for $199 and the NSZ-GP9 for $299. The difference between the two is the Blu-Ray player that’s included with the NSZ-GP9. That model won’t be available till later this year, while the NSZ-GS7 will be available next month. (IT news)

Broken Sword: The Director’s Cut now available on Androidview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   Popular iPhone hit, Broken Sword: Director’s Cut has now made its way to Android. The game is quite unique as it involves a point-and-click style of gameplay that gives the player a sense of accompanying the characters on their journey rather than controlling their every move. (IT news)

Nexus 7 models to hit UK mid- to late-Julyview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – With the big announcement this week concerning release of the Google Nexus 7 tablet, many are asking, “when can I get one?” If you are in the UK, the answer is probably late July for the 16GB version and possibly as early as mid-July for the 8GB model. (IT news)

Nexus Q Unboxing Videoview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Here’s another quick unboxing video from Google I/O. This time we show you Google’s social streaming media player, the Nexus Q. This is a simple and elegant device that you connect to speakers or directly to your receiver and is controlled by any Android device running the Nexus Q app. (IT news)

Several Google TV platform updates announced at Google I/Oview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – As expected, one of the Google products to get some attention at Google I/O is the Google TV platform. Google continues to increase consistency across product lines and Google TV is no exception. The UI has been updated to provide access to the Google Play store that is similar to that found on other Android devices. Consumers can purchase movies, music, and TV shows through the store. (IT news)

The Amazing Spider-Man by Gameloft swings into the Play Storeview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   Gaming heavy hitter, Gameloft has just released The Amazing Spider-Man to the Android masses. The game centers around the new movie story line and looks pretty awesome if you ask me. I always loved Spider-Man games growing up so I will definitely be checking this one out! The game hits the wallet a little harder than usual for mobile gaming, just under seven bones. (IT news)

Google Chrome 20 e Chrome for Android disponibili per il downloadview story

http://www.oneopensource.it – Google, fresca della presentazione di Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, ha rilasciato poche ore prima l’aggiornamento numero 20 per Chrome e Chromium, la prima con le Pepper Plugin API in pianta stabile – e grazie alle quali non sarà più necessario l’installazione del plugin Flash esterno – senza contare il tanto atteso supporto nativo a 64 bit, rivelatosi piuttosto problematico in p (Software)