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Google Health And Google PowerMeter Both Perish

Google will discontinue two of its products, Google Health and Google PowerMeter, since neither platform every really took off. Google Health was launched in May 2008 and was intended to be a service that catered to health and wellness as an information resource.

Users were also able to import their medical records, lab results, prescription information, and immunization histories to google.com/health under an individual account.

Leaked: LG Working On New Tablet

It looks like LG is working a second Android-powered tablet, other than the T-Mobile G-Slate, that is. This tablet is called the P930 and according to a leaked XML file, it seems that this will be an Android device with a 1280 x 720 pixel display, featuring GPRS/EDGE and HSDPA/HSUPA 3G.

Frustrated With Java? Try Ceylon

It appears that Java may have some healthy competition, a language called Ceylon is on the move. Ceylon was designed to fix the problems of Java but still run on the Java Virtual Machine. Although a third party has referred to Ceylon as a “Java killer,” analysts believe that Ceylon is more likely to join a list of languages that make of the JVM. Java will most likely remain to be the core component of enterprise computing, but with Ceylon, JRuby, Scala, and Jython, offer a new choice for developers.

Currently Java and Microsoft’s .Net remain as the most popular development platforms for businesses. If Ceylon were to “go big,” it would have to compete with the top dogs in the industry of scripting.

LG E700 Will Carry Windows Mango And Will Beat iOS

With the upcoming release of Windows new “Mango-flavored” operating system, consumers around the world can expect an improved web browser built on an IE9 engine, and the ability for true multitasking. According to a recent leak of an XML file, LG is currently working on a device called the E700, which shows the Windows Mango built-in browser. Not only does the browser give us a good clue that this is a Windows phone, but the model certainly has a “7” in it, probably representative of Windows Phone 7.