- News tagged "google"
Friday, 21 Jan 2011
Google's co-founder, Larry Page will be taking over from Eric Schimdt as the CEO of the search giant.
Thursday, 20 Jan 2011
It's always amazing to see how designers come up with all sorts of funky ideas for concept phones, such as this Android phone that proposes to use a tri-screen flexible AMOLED touch screen display.
Wednesday, 19 Jan 2011
Speaking at Apple's Q1 financial results announcement, Apple's COO Tim Cook replies to questions on Apple's potential competition, referring to current available Android tablets as a scaled-up smartphone and a bizarre product category.
Wednesday, 12 Jan 2011
Android users should be familiar with how each Android version is named after a dessert in alphabetical order. After the tablet-centric Honeycomb, it seems like the likely name for the next version is slated to be Ice Cream Sandwich.
Tuesday, 11 Jan 2011
If you wish to see how MeeGo fares on an actual mobile device, some eager developers have just ported this mobile OS onto Google's latest Nexus S smartphone.
Friday, 7 Jan 2011
More details of the Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone, currently rumored as Xperia Play, has surfaced. This includes a Qualcomm Adreno 205 GPU and an app known as PlayStation Pocket as seen in the images and videos.
Right after the announcing Android 2.3 on the new Sony Ericsson Xperia arc, the company has stated that their future plans do not include updating the underlying Android version for current family of Xperia smartphones.
Thursday, 6 Jan 2011
Sony Ericsson introduces the Xperia arc, an ultra-slim smartphone that measures in at a mere 8.7mm and loaded with Google's latest Android 2.3 mobile operating system.
Tuesday, 4 Jan 2011
While there's been no official minimum requirements being laid out by Google, PC Magazine has gotten word from the director of Enspert that the tablet-optimized Google Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, requires a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor.
Monday, 3 Jan 2011
Google is currently in talks with major publishers such as Conde Nast and many more to bring these publishers' content onto the digital front.