In a move to cleary differentiate themselves from Apple’s juggernaut of a smartphone, Palm has seen the light and has admitted another Google Voice application to hit the App Catalog.
P2GoogleVoice, as it’s known, sits alongside the already approved gDialPro to help you control your phone calls and text messages using your Google Voice number.
Voice is the controversial application from the search giant that hijacks the core features of your phone, allowing you to make VoIP calls, as well as allowing you to have one number for all of your mobile and home phones, so that whenever someone rings you (as long as they dial your Google Voice number), they’ll be ringing your home and mobile numbers simultaneously, almost guaranteeing to get through.
If you were cursing your luck that the Pre isn’t available in the UK yet on the back of this news, there is some light; Google Voice isn’t available here yet either.
Alienware, the premium gaming brand that was snapped up by Dell a few years ago, has been teasing new products for a long time, but they’ve been stepping up their game lately with dedicated websites and now videos.
If you head to their YouTube account you can see the two clips they have, which look like pretty high-budget videos for web adverts, and the tagline; “They’re Coming” seems to indicate that it’s either multiple products or multiple SKUs.
The designs of their products have always been outlandish, and the prices astronomical, so hopefully this announcement will be for something slightly more tame and slightly cheaper.
However, nothing is known about these new products yet, but whatever they are, they should have some serious gaming DNA in them.
Seesmic Desktop, one of the Adobe AIR clients for Twitter, has just been upgraded to version 0.6 which brings several new features including greater integration with Facebook.
You will now be able to control your Facebook Pages from within the application, so you can post messages as well as respond to comments posted on your Page. This should be a killer feature for some brands who want a greater level of social media interaction, and who already have a Twitter presence.
You can also now reply to all of the users mentioned in a tweet, so as to make sure you respond to a grouped conversation on Twitter, without having to send multiple tweets with the same content.
Plus, they’re also announcing a partnership with Yfrog which means the site is to become the default image sharing site across all of the Seesmic applications.
We still prefer TweetDeck ourselves, but for Seesmic fans (and there are a lot), these new features should be well received.
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