Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Tech News Flash: Amazon to sell groceries, Nokia MeeGo tablet images leaked

Google Cloud Print comes to Android, iOS: The cloud printing feature in the new Chrome dev and the upcoming Google Chrome OS will make its way to the GMail and Google Docs websites for Android and iOS devices this week in the US.

Photos of Nokia's MeeGo tablet leaks: As reported in the news last year, Nokia is probably thinking of switching from Symbian to the Linux-based MeeGo for its operating system for mobile devices. Now photos that are possibly of a Nokia tablet running MeeGo have leaked out. And it looks really bland... for now.

The Pirate Bay launching The Music Bay: Illegal torrents website The Pirate Bay is launching a new service made to torture music artists: The Music Bay.

Amazon to sell groceries: Amazon is currently testing a free grocery delivery service. Though the prices will be inflated, you may be soon able to buy your groceries from your desktop. And Wal-Mart goes into oblivion.
[Financial Times (free subscription required) via Mashable]

App Store comes to Twitter: After completing ten billion downloads and after the funny joke with the $10K gift card winner (that made big news), the iTunes App Store has got a Twitter feed to help you "discover new apps, get exclusive offers, and share with friends".

YouTube launches the new homepage to everyone: YouTube was recently testing a beta version of a new, even more personalized home page. Now it has been pushed on to everyone. I like it, but to those who don't like changes, I'll give you one more reason to be angry (just for fun): It has a huge ad sometimes (at least in the beta) that stretches across the top, about half the screen and even has a video on it.