- News tagged "android"
Friday, 27 Jun 2014
At just US$10 per month per user, Google Drive for Work offers unlimited storage along with business class security, ultra large file uploads and more. Should competitive cloud storage solution providers like Microsoft OneDrive be concerned? More details after the jump.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
We still don't know if its Lollypop, Liquorice or Lemon Meringue, but we do know that Google's Android L Developer Preview will bring with it an all-encompassing visual reboot that will span the entire user experience. Meet "Material Design".
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014
Microsoft updated the Nokia X family of smartphones with a new member, the X2 which comes with improved specs such as a larger display, a faster processor, more RAM. a better camera and a bigger battery.
Monday, 23 Jun 2014
If you have noticed Facebook on Android feeling quicker, it's a Facebook team trip to Africa that you have to thank.
Thursday, 5 Jun 2014
At Computex 2014 earlier this week, Dell introduced two new Venue tablets based on the latest Intel Atom (Merrifield) SoC. These latest x86-based Android tablets will replace their previous tablets using the older Cloverview SoC.
Friday, 30 May 2014
Microsoft is said to be working on a sensor-rich smart watch that will monitor your heart rate amongst other things, and it could be ready as soon as this summer.
Wednesday, 21 May 2014
The updated Box Android app gets a cleaner and faster interface. That's not all; it also gets an improved image gallery and a new document previewer.
Friday, 9 May 2014
Today, KDDI and ASUS unveiled the ASUS MeMO Pad 8, which features the new Intel Atom Processor Z3580. Codenamed Moorefield, the 64-bit-ready processor is based on Intel's 22nm Silvermont architecture, and features four Intel architecture cores for up to 2.3GHz of compute performance.
Thursday, 8 May 2014
You may associate Epson with printers, projectors and scanners perhaps, but augmented reality glasses a la Google Glass? Read on to find out more.
Wednesday, 7 May 2014
Samsung has confirmed that it intents to appeal against the US$120 million verdict, claiming that the decision was "unsupported by evidence".