- News tagged "android"
Monday, 30 Apr 2012
Amazon's Kindle Fire is now one of the most popular Android devices in the US, and the most prominent Android tablet in the market. But that doesn't mean Google is amused, because Amazon's version of Android is bringing developers into their yard.
Opera has confirmed that it'd be implementing WebKit prefixes. And it has now prepared Opera Mobile Emulator builds to test the WebKit prefix support.
Friday, 27 Apr 2012
Twitter has made upgrades to its Android and iOS apps in the hopes of winning back users who were turned away after the last major redesign.
Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
On the surface, Google's Google Drive is simply just another cloud storage service introduced by one of the biggest tech companies on the planet. However when you go just a little bit deeper in Chrome OS's direction, you will start to see just how much sense it makes.
Wednesday, 25 Apr 2012
Google hops onto the cloud storage bandwagon with Google Drive, which offers 5GB free storage and supports over 30 types of documents including Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. It is available now for PC, Mac and Android, and will come soon to the iPhone and iPad.
Monday, 23 Apr 2012
The Huawei Ascend P1 will be available in various regions around the world from May onwards. The Huawei phone will sport a dual-core Cortext-A9 processor and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED QHD screen.
Friday, 20 Apr 2012
The quad-core LG Optimus 4X HD will be available not only in black but white as well, according to PocketNow.
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.
Monday, 16 Apr 2012
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.
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!