News tagged ‘android’
Monday, 6 Dec 2010
Didn't believe the rumors about the PS Phone? Well, here's more proof. Guess we can expect a reveal soon, probably at CES 2011 in January.
Tuesday, 30 Nov 2010
The Android powerhouse that created buzz aplenty since its launch now comes in "white". Ingeniously crafted to fit all your communication needs snugly in the hand, the HTC Desire now brings you even closer to your loved ones this holiday season!
Wednesday, 24 Nov 2010
Acer has joined the tablet bandwagon with a line of tablets from 4.8-inch to 10.1-inch which will be using Android 3.0.
Tuesday, 9 Nov 2010
Toshiba's Computer Systems Division today entered the Smartbook market with the new Toshiba AS100 and AC100, designed with a slate and traditional clamshell form format respectively.
Wednesday, 3 Nov 2010
Earlier on, a senior official from LG tweeted about the imminent launch of the LG Optimus Pad during early 2011, reporting it to come with NVIDIA Tegra 2 and Honeycomb, only to have the comment pulled off the web.
Friday, 29 Oct 2010
Rumors of a Google Nexus Two have been floating about, but Gizmodo has just stated that they got a hands on with the phone, which would mean it's real!
Tuesday, 28 Sep 2010
Huawei unveiles the IDEOS smartphone for the first time in Singapore. The new smartphone, which is the world's first mass market smartphone to be powered by Android 2.2, redefines the "Android for all" concept by combining full feature performance with high-quality hardware and software at a very competitive price.
It would seem that Google has finally brought paid apps to Singapore and 12 other countries though it seems access hasn't yet been enabled.
Friday, 21 May 2010
Flash will be coming for Android, but only if you have the latest version, codenamed "FroYo." A public version of the new Flash 10.1 software is being made available for FroYo today, but FroYo is still in development in Google and a release date hasn't been announced yet.
Thursday, 20 May 2010
While recent news boasted that sales of Android handsets finally beat those of the iPhone, it turns out the statistic strictly applies in the U.S. only.