News tagged ‘google android’
Thursday, 23 Dec 2010
Opera announces new widget runtime platform (for Google's Android) which will support the new WAC 1.0 specification.
Tuesday, 21 Dec 2010
We know Motorola is making a huge announcement at CES 2011, related to its tablet. But what we didn't expect, is this promo video that hints at what it'll be showing, and takes a few shots at the iPad and Galaxy Tab at the same time.
Thursday, 16 Dec 2010
In 2011, LG will be introducing their very first Google Android device that'll be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 2 processor. Loaded with Android 2.2, the LG Optimus 2X will also be upgradeable to Android 2.3 at a later date.
Friday, 10 Dec 2010
The PlayStation phone leaks just keeps on coming, and the latest one that has hit the web is a video showing the device, codenamed Zeus Z1, running the Neocore benchmark.
Wednesday, 8 Dec 2010
If you can't wait to use a tablet with Windows 7, OnLive gives you that option when it demonstrated how the iPad and Galaxy Tab are running a virtualized Windows 7 interface on both tablets.
Friday, 3 Dec 2010
World of Warcraft players, you may either rejoice, or fear this news. Word has it that you might be able to play World of Warcraft on your Android device, with the help of GameString and its streaming technology.
Monday, 22 Nov 2010
A recent report has shown that Android devices are now neck to neck with Apple's iOS devices when it came to serving mobile ads.
Tuesday, 2 Nov 2010
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 series of smartphones have been updated with new features, which includes continuous auto-focus camera HD recording function, an improved Timescape interface and a Social Phonebook.
Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010
The folks at Engadget have gotten their hands on an early unit of the PlayStation Phone, which will be running on Google Android 3.0.
Friday, 22 Oct 2010
The Motorola FLIPOUT features an innovative square pivot design that slides to reveal a five-row QWERTY keypad while the CHARM's BACKTRACK touch panel allows users to smoothly navigate, scroll and make selections without obstructing the display screen with their fingers.