News tagged ‘android’
Wednesday, 4 Apr 2012
One of the most popular photo sharing apps, Instagram finally arrives on the Android platform. However, there are some features missing on the Instagram for Android app. iPhone users are also expressing their unhappiness on Twitter.
The new Motorola WebTop 3.0 software update will display an ICS tablet mode when a Lapdock is connected to one of their Android 4.0 devices, Droid-Life reports.
With Google entering a relatively new low-cost tablet segment, tech pundits are expecting the Nexus tablet to apply significant pressure on other major Android vendors, Digitimes reports.
Thursday, 29 Mar 2012
Evernote releases updates for its Android app and Android widget app, which includes speech to text transcription and widget customization.
Nexus S, Xoom Wi-Fi and Galaxy Nexus users will be the first to receive Android 4.0.4, with more devices getting it in the coming weeks. The update includes better camera performance, smoother screen rotation and stability improvements.
Wednesday, 28 Mar 2012
Before the end of 2011, Hasbro filed a lawsuit against ASUS over its use of the term 'Transformer' for its Android tablets. Months after, Hasbro turned out to be the non-winner.
Monday, 26 Mar 2012
If you've been itching to try out Instagram on Android, now here's your chance to sign up for a pre-launch copy before the popular photo-sharing app hits Google Play (formerly known as Android Market).
Friday, 23 Mar 2012
Research in Motion recently put up a job posting, now removed, for a Senior iOS Mobile Developer, fueling speculations about the possibility of BBM on iOS. BGR Reports.
Thursday, 22 Mar 2012
SCCP Payment Services has launched Swiff, a mobile payment platform that accepts credit/debit card payments from customers on-the-go, today in Singapore. The platform works through the use of a multi-authenticated plug-in device and app, of which currently runs on iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices.
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2012
Mark this one up as the most innovative use of an Android phone to date. Dutch mechanical engineer, Jarno Smeets uses an HTC Wildfire S phone, a pair of Nintendo Wii remotes, and a set of gigantic glider-like wings to take to the heavens, soaring majestically like only a man with 30 feet wings can.