Go techie this week(1-8 april 2011)

New Android K-Touch phone just for China

NVIDIA’s dual-core Tegra 2 processor. The K-Touch W700 runs on Android 2.2, and features a 3.8 inch touchscreen with a relatively low resolution of 480×800 and two cameras, the back camera is a five megapixel camera with 720p video recording and at the front it has a 0.3 megapixel camera for video chat.


The phone’s design is modern and features a metal casing, besides all the features listed above the phone has got 8 GB of internal memory, support for GPS/A-GPS, bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, FM tuner,  microSD card slot, digital compass, accelerometer and ambient light sensor.



China declines Google’s accusitions


Of course, Chinese government doesn’t like these accusations and rejects them as false. However it appears that one of the sides is covering the truth, and we’re going to find out which one soon enough. As for their quarrel, it all started after Google refused to censor some of the search results upon China’s request, so this might be China’s retribution.

Google introduces +1 button to its users

Google is constantly doing its best to improve its search engine and one of its latest features just introduced is the +1 button. There have been all sorts of rumors related to this button, but since this button is available for experimental use, we decided to share more information about it.


Basically, +1 button allows you and your friends to like a certain webpage that is listed in your search results. This makes searching a bit easier, since you’ll be able to see how many and which friends liked that particular link. According to Google, we can use +1 button with our search results or ads, and in the future, we’ll see +1 button on other sites as well, so we can like the pages that we’re reading instantly with a single click.



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