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Hulu is expanding their list of devices that are supported by their Hulu Plus app. Hooray!
Hulu is continuing to widen their list of Android devices that are supported by their Hulu Plus app. The latest release adds support for a variety of smartphones. These includes HTC’s Incredible 2, EVO 3D and Sensation; Motorola’s Droid 3, Bionic and X2; and LG’s Revolution and G2X.
Aside from the handsets, the said app can also be accessed from HTC’s Flyer tablet. Expanded support looks like to be the primary feature of the recent update, though it also promises to improve playback performance.
The Hulu app is currently available as a free download from the Android Market, but users must still have a paid Hulu Plus subscription to view its streaming content.View Article Source »
Leaked photos revealed that HTC's Omega handset resembles the Flyers tablet.
Together with earlier rumors, leaked photos shows HTC’s unconfirmed Omega handset. The press renderings, which were posted by Pocketnow, suggests that the Windows Phone 7 device will be built with a white and silver color scheme — providing a similar appearance to the company’s Android based Flyer tablet.
The said device is said to pack 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, paired with a 3.8 inch SLCD display. Other features of the device are rumored to include 512MB of RAM, an eight megapixel primary camera, and a front facing camera that will be used for video calling.
HTC has yet to confirm details regarding the rumored device. However, it is viewed as a likely handset to arrive at a September 1 press event. Rumors also suggest “Radar” may be the handset’s official name rather than “Omega”.View Article Source »
Amazon will be cutting down the cost of their tablet, and it might include the sophistication of their touchscreen.
According to DigiTimes’ sources, the decision of Amazon to cut costs on their tablet might include the refinement of the touchscreen. An off-hand industry suggested that the Android tablet would be utilizing just two-finger multi-touch, and not the 10-finger touch devices like the iPad 2 and others.
Losing the more advanced multi-touch could render the device incompatible with those several Android apps that might require more than two fingers. Apple took advantage of having much more support by enabling three and four finger gestures, as well as support for more third party apps.Read the rest of the article »
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