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Google Buzzes Onto More Devices

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May 27, 2010, 12:55 PM   by Philip Berne

Google today expanded the reach of its Google Buzz offering. While Buzz was originally available for Android 2.0+ phones and Apple iPhone OS devices, the service now runs in an XHTML version that is compatible with most smartphone platforms. BlackBerry, Nokia S60 and Windows Phone users, and even owners of older, pre-2.0 Android devices, can now now access the Web application at buzz.google.com. BlackBerry devices will also be able to tie their location data to Buzz posts and search for nearby, geo-tagged posts. Google has also updated Buzz with a new Reshare feature, similar to Twitter's official Retweet, except that users can also add their own commentary alongside the complete, original post.

more info at Official Google Mobile Blog »




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May 27, 2010, 1:42 PM


...does anyone actually use it?

Or Google Wave?
I have not... what is buzz? has any one used it? Laughing
I use google wave (not as much as I did, but mainly because the people I used it with are in military training right now)

Buzz not so much. Though I always check out the buzz map when I am in a city.. people are starting to use it for reviews.


May 27, 2010, 1:27 PM

Older phone users...

..."can now now access the Web application at buzz.google.com"

Can they now now? Wink
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