Google Talk Users Reporting Messages Being Sent to Wrong Recipients

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Google Talk seems to be having some issues this morning, according to some users reporting that their messages are being delivered to the wrong recipients. Some users have reported that messages are being sent to other contacts in their contact list, while others say that messages are being sent to recipients outside of their contact […]

AT&T Denies Blocking Video Calls on Google Hangouts on Android

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When Josh Smith and I got our Galaxy S4 and HTC One smartphones on AT&T’s 4G LTE network in the U.S., we curiously noticed that we cannot receive video calls that originated from the Google Talk application. What was odd was that the video calls would work if they originated from the Google+ app on […]

Google Babel May Launch as Hangouts at Google I/O

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A new report from TechRadar claims that Google’s rumored Babel chat service may launch under the name Google Hangouts. The rumored Babel is a service that may unite all of Google’s current chat options including Google Talk, GChat and Google+ Messenger under a single name. It appears, however, that Google will drop the biblical Babel […]

Google Working On Unified Messaging Solution?

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Google is rumored to be working on a unified messaging client that would be used in Chrome OS and could potentially make its way to other platforms, including Android. The client, which is a pop-up from the notification tray inside Chrome OS, would unify notifications for Gmail, Google Voice, Google Talk, and Google Plus in […]

How We Killed Email: To Save Time and Sanity

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Email sucks. For a time email served an important role in helping us communicate efficiently with teams of co-workers, especially those spread out over large distances, but too many people don’t know how to use email correctly and the sea of spam and bacon have made inboxes better breakfast menus than tools for working. Fed […]

IM+ Is Perfect Way to Bring Gtalk to iPhone 4S w/ Push Notifications

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If like me, you are picking up your first iPhone after years of using Android, you may be wondering how to take your Google Talk experience with you. By default, Google Talk on the iPhone is only within your web browser. This means no notifications and a subpar experience. Thankfully IM+ is the perfect Google […]

T-Mobile Blocking Google Talk Video Chat on Nexus S (Updated)

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If you own a Nexus S, run it on T-Mobile’s network and haven’t been able to get Google Talk’s video chat feature that arrived with the recent Android 2.3.4 update, well, you’re not alone.As a matter of fact, T-Mobile is blocking you from using the feature on its 3G network. Engadget has confirmed that the […]

How to Get Google Talk with Video Chat on Your Android

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So you may have heard that Google has started rolling out Android 2.3.4 to the Nexus S and the Nexus One. The update for the Nexus S brings an update to Google Talk that allows for video chat, pretty much the equivalent to FaceTime for Android. Only thing is, it’s only available for the Nexus […]

Nexus One Android 2.3.4 Update Can Be Manually Installed

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Attention Nexus One owners. If you’re looking to get Android 2.3.4 on your phone this moment (who likes waiting for OTA updates?), then there is an easy manual installation process that you can follow to get it up and running right now. Last week, Google announced that Android 2.3.4 would roll out to the Nexus […]

Nexus S Android 2.3.4 Update Can Be Manually Installed

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Earlier today, Google announced that it was bringing Android 2.3.4 and video chat capabilities through Google Talk to the Nexus S in the next couple of weeks. Well, Nexus S owners, good news. You don’t have to wait for the update because there is a way to get it right now. Android Central has discovered […]

Android 2.3.4 Update Gets Detailed

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Earlier today, Google announced that it would be releasing Android 2.3.4 to the Nexus S and the Nexus One bringing video chatting via Google Talk to the former and bug fixes to the latter. And while we pretty much know what to expect from the Nexus S’ new video chat feature, Nexus One owners were […]

Google Apps finally out of beta (β) testing

Good news, everyone! Your arduous testing and re-testing and testing again of Google’s Gmail, Docs, Calendar and Talk services have finally paid off. Google has finally moved them out of beta testing, as signified by the “beta” label being removed from their logos. Otherwise, the products are completely unchanged. Nada. Zip. Same service, no “beta” […]