Google’s latest forté into the web based application world brings us Google Spreadsheets - a collaborative web based excel. As was the case with the initial craze surrounding Google’s GMail web based email app, Google Spreadsheets is invite only. You can sign up and wait for Google to send you an invite here, or if you can spare the dollar and just can’t wait, there’s always eBay.
Maybe you’re unable to drill holes into your wall because you rent. Maybe the wife knows what your drill skills are like and simply won’t allow you to mount that new plasma television on the freshly painted walls. Enter the Alu Media Wall. You see, it looks like you’ve got the plasma hanging on the wall, but you really don’t. Clever. It’ll hold a plasma up to 47″ and it even comes with built in glass shelving.
According to our source at Verizon, the Motorola Q will not be launching this month. Coming out of “friendly-user testing,” Verizon is looking for keyboard modifications thought to be along the lines of bigger keys and some changes to the way certain keys interact with the phone’s OS. When asked about the EVDO capability of the Q, specifically in relation to the use of applications such as Slingbox’s Sling Player Mobile, our source tells us that though the capability may be there, users downloading gigabytes of data through Verizon’s EVDO network will be turned off. Verizon’s target market for this device and their EVDO service is the businessman - not the techie.
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