News tagged ‘google’
Thursday, 19 Apr 2012
Google secretly restructured its internal network using an open-source technology called OpenFlow two years ago. Here are some insights as to why the search giant chose such a radical path.
An unnamed Samsung executive mentioned that the company's upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III will be powered by Samsung's very own Exynos quad-core CPU with an on-chip LTE, adding on to the list of rumors surrounding Samsung's next Android smartphone.
Wednesday, 18 Apr 2012
The Samsung Premium Suite upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy Note will come with a collection of S-Pen optimized apps including tons of new customization and e-card options.
Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012
Official unveiling on May 3rd aside, the Samsung Galaxy S III is said to come in 16 and 32 GB configurations and will be the official device for 2012 Olympics, BGR reports.
ASUS has officially announced that it will be offering a free external GPS extension kit to users of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime. The GPS dongle is issued to improve the overall GPS signal reception of the Transformer Prime, which has fallen short of customers' expectations since its launch.
Monday, 16 Apr 2012
Samsung's next Galaxy phone, probably the Samsung Galaxy S III, is slated for a May 3rd announcement in London. The event will also have a live stream broadcasted through Samsung Mobile's Facebook page.
Looks like HTC's One series will be getting some company, as photos and specs of a new entry-level Android codenamed the HTC "Golf" have surfaced on the Internet.
Though slightly delayed, Sony has started the roll-out of its Android 4.0 update to its existing Xperia lineup. Starting from 13th April, countries such as Sweden and Denmark will receive the Ice Cream Sandwich update, with more countries joining the list in the weeks to come.
Friday, 13 Apr 2012
Developed by Sports Interactive and published by Sega, Football Manager Handheld 2012 finally arrives on Android after spending years on Apple's iOS. It's time for kick-off, Android heads!
Previously found only in the United States markets, Google Currents is now available across the globe. Other than its global availability, Google Currents also adds Google Translate into its mainframe, providing support for up to 38 languages.