The Jolicloud started back in 2010 as an underground project, but they have made a lot of progress on it. The company behind Jolicloud have been working hard on the Joli OS, and now we hear about the “Jolicloud platform”.

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Google Chrome has been released for a good few months now, but so far there haven’t been many major features which tempts users of more popular open source browsers such as Firefox to switch over. Could this be about to change? Check out the video below about the new release of Google Chrome 2.

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Many of you will remember this time last week, we were invited to the exclusive launch of the LG Arena KM900 blogger event (here and here!). It was a great chance to be able to see live for the first time how the latest LG S-Class user interface worked on the new LG Arena – a full touchscreen mobile phone which LG has pitched to be “the place to play”. As we begin to see the LG Arena arrive at highstreet retail shops, we take a look at some of the features of the Arena and how it compares to benchmark touchscreen mobiles like the iPhone.

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I’m sure you will have seen Pandora’s upcoming portable / handheld game console talked about on other blogs, its been building a considerable anticipation for many gamers. For those not in the know, the Pandora is a Linux based handheld console in the same vein as the GP2X from Gamepark, though much beefier.

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This is not the mythical G2 as in T-Mobile’s G1 successor. This is G2 as in the second Google Android phone to hit the market. Kogan’s Agora and Agora Pro run Android and are set to ship at the end of this month.

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This is a prime example of why the idea of open source on the G1 was so welcomed. Auto rotation (like that on the iPhone) is a feature that the G1 and its accelerometer does not support out of the box. Rather than wait for Google to enable this feature, a developer modified the G1 source code to enable auto-rotation and has released the hack in his G1 Tweak Tools software package. The auto-rotation appears smooth and responsive and works both on the home screen and within applications.

Watch this video and see it in action:

Interested? Go to DroidSans Tweak Tools for more info…

[via TalkAndroid]

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Just a simple hotkey combo away, Launchy is a handy tool that lets you open nearly any program, file, folder, or Web site on your system with just a few keystrokes.

Enter the first few letters of a file or program and Launchy’s small, skinnable interface automatically displays the rest of the name. You simply press Enter to open or launch it. If the displayed name isn’t the item you want, a few seconds later the tool displays a drop-down list with other likely candidates from which you can choose.

Configuring Launchy is as easy as using the tool itself and it can be directed to look only at specific directories if need be. Easy to master, it performs without a hitch and could easily replace the Start menu or Windows Explorer – as long as you know the name of what you’re looking for.

Download Launchy, check out some cool plugins and skins as well as tips and tricks from the link below, after the video…

Here’s an official description…

Launchy is designed to help you forget about your start menu, the icons on your desktop, and even your file manager. Launchy indexes the programs in your start menu and can launch your documents, project files, folders, and bookmarks with just a few keystrokes.

[via Launchy]

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