Here’s a demo of the next big hit from Google – the Maps Navigation (Beta) – an internet-connected GPS navigation system that provides turn-by-turn voice guidance as a free feature of Google Maps on Android 2.0 phones.
Race and gender are very sensitive issues around the world. And it in our nature to believe that we’re not biased in any way. Project Implicit is online test designed by Harvard University to basically “examine thoughts and feelings that exist either outside of conscious awareness or outside of conscious control.”
This research tool has been around since 1995 and has completed more than 11 million tests with only 1 goal in mind – to discover our possible unconscious biases.
Even before its release date this November 6, major gadget blgggers already published Motorola Droid reviews – the so-called iPhone and BlackBerry killer powered by powerhouse companies Verizon Wireless and Google Android operating system. I have compiled several reviews from infamous bloggers like Gizmodo, PC World and CNET:
Perhaps one of the top highlights of Android 2.0 is the expanded capabilities of the personal information management tools, including e-mail, calendar, and contacts. The Droid now offers native Microsoft Exchange synchronization out of the box for e-mail, calendar, and contacts, in addition to support for Gmail and POP3 and IMAP accounts…
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