Android users will soon be able to video chat over Google Talk from their mobile device. Google today announced that video chat for Android is coming to compatible tablets and phones soon. Video chats will work over WiFi, 3G and 4G networks (assuming your carriers features a 4G signal, of course). The functionality will be very similar to video chat with Google Talk on the desktop: a video camera will appear next to contacts you can video chat with and you can start video calls with one click.
One of last year’s hottest company’s of 2009 was Aardvark – the mobile Q&A service that Google acquired in early 2010. Aardvark routes your questions to the most appropriate person in your expanded social network and ensures that you get the highest quality answer possible. RandTxt (iTunes link) is the exact opposite of this. With this service, which launched its free iPhone version today, your questions, comments or obscene observations are routed to a random user on RandTxt’s network.