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Google Provides Peek at New Android Features

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Dec 19, 2008, 2:31 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Google has shared a list of new features that will eventually be included as part of the Android platform through its Android Developers Web site. The key upgrades include support for stereo Bluetooth, cut-and-paste capabilities in the browser, and video capture. There are numerous other new features, including the ability to save MMS attachments, new commands in the VoiceDialer application, and better management of downloads. Google didn't say when these changes will be included in a version of Android that is available for download.

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Lau Pan

Dec 27, 2008, 8:29 PM


Where is the sync for MS Outlook?

Dec 19, 2008, 2:56 PM

Question about the G1

I'm not quite sure about this, but I was wondering if the lack of stereo bluetooth and video capabilities was hardware related, or just lack of support in Android itself. Anyone know?
From my understanding and from what I have done programming phones stereo blue-tooth is a hardware piece built into the phone that can be disabled or enabled with software. Video share is completely software related but depending on the camera put int...
Its software related. So this update will take fix that.
the real question is when will the G1 support microsoft outlook and other corporate email! 👀
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