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Verizon has released their official list of devices that will carry Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Android fans can now breathe and check out Verizon’s list of 14 devices that will get the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update.Read the rest of the article »
Folks at XDA Developers have compiled a booting version of Android 4.03 for the Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Not long after Samsung confirmed its plans to roll-out Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to other devices, some innovative folks from XDA forums have already tried it on their beloved Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Recent updates shows that the homebrew ICS build for Galaxy Tab 8.9 is now bootable and has its touch screen, auto-rotation feature, sound, Bluetooth, Wifi and Hardware acceleration (tested on Angry Birds) working.Read the rest of the article »
With a widescreen display, Google Android's Honeycomb, and a 3D-camera, does the T-Mobile G-Slate have what it takes to dominate the tablet market? Not really.
From the makers of the G2x smartphone, your friendly neighborhood T-Mobile, comes its latest tablet out in the market, the T-Mobile G-Slate. Powered by the sweet-succulent juice of Android Honeycomb, a unique widescreen display, a 4G network, plus a 3D camera, the G-Slate has the makings of becoming the legendary iPad 2 killer. Unfortunately, despite all these savvy features, it’s the tablet’s very advantage that spells its downfall.
The T-Mobile G-Slate has a smooth and satisfying touch with a thickness of 0.49 inch plus a matte finish at the back. It provides a nice comforting grip where you don’t have to worry that it will slip from the palm of your hand. It’s screen is 8.9-inch big, a humble size compared to the iPad 2 and Motorola Xoom tablets. But it’s unique widescreen display somehow gives that unique appeal.Read the rest of the article »
Apple had enough of the iPhone and iPad 'copies', as the company sues Samsung Electronics for copyright charges.
If a friend accidentally picks up your Samsung Galaxy S 4G phone instead of his Apple iPhone 3GS, then something must be wrong. And it looks like Apple realized this, as the fruit company sues Samsung Electronics for allegedly copying the design aesthetics of the iPhone and iPad. The lawsuit was filed over at the Northern District of California last Friday.
From the interface, the technology, down to the design style, a user can easily mistake one for the other. And Apple is charging Samsung for intellectual property violations and damages.Read the rest of the article »
Android OS may look like it means business on the outside, but deep inside, it's got loads of fun games that will make you forget that Infinity Blade is still on the iOS.
The Google Android OS isn’t particularly the hub where people can get the best gaming apps usually available to the iPhone. Though we’re still hoping for developers to make Android versions of their hit titles like Infinity Blade, Mirror’s Edge, Plants vs. Zombies, there are other games on the Android OS that may tickle our fancy and perhaps make us forget how awesome the iPhone OS games are even for just a moment. We’ve all come to admit that Google Android OS is more business or utility driven, but that doesn’t mean Google doesn’t know how to have some superficial, mind-numbing fun, right?
Hit the break to check out 5 of the best Android games available on the Android Market to date.Read the rest of the article »
Microsoft Windows isn't ready for the big leagues yet as it lets Apple and Google Android take all the glory.
We’ve seen the iPad 2, and the Android HoneyComb is just aching to get a release soon. With Apple, HP, Motorola, and several companies all ready to go for an epic war of the tablets this 2011, we ask: Where in the world is PC Microsoft? Well according to BusinessWorld, it seems that the company Bill Gates forged back in the 80’s is about to sit this one out until late 2012. Yes, no tablet version of Microsoft Windows until an iPad 3 or Android Banana Milk Shake (not real name) comes around.Read the rest of the article »
E-books make an entry at the Android Market. Will Movies and Music sections come next?
Over the past week, Android lovers has been in a frantic frenzy (Gadg is well aware of its redundancy) with the rise of new Android Market URLS which fixated us on two, to be specific: http://market.android.com/music/ and http://market.android.com/movies/. But before we go crazy over the two yet-to-be-functioning URLs, let’s give some love as we welcome […]Read the rest of the article »
Get ready to "Xperiance" Xperia Play.
Finally guys! Sony Ericsson stopped teasing us with the whereabouts of the rumored “PlayStation Phone” also known as the Xperia Play.
Xperia Play is now a real deal and we’ll be seeing it right before Valentine’s day. It’s one of the devices announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. If you want to be the first to see the new Xperia Play, wear your best suit on February 13 at 6PM GMT. Meanwhile, we’ve embedded a teaser video from Sony which bordered between creative and morbid.
Hit play. Video after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Google just dropped this bomb of a video on its Android YouTube page, and it is the first real look of the Android 3.0 operating system, known as Honeycomb. Check out the video after the skip.
Google just released a video on its Android YouTube page about Android 3.0 Honeycomb. The first look of Honeycomb implies that Android 3.0 is indeed for tablets alone. Based on the video, Android 3.0 will have a best in class web browsing, will support millions of books from Google eBooks, tablet optimized Gmail, redesigned YouTube, built-in video calling from Google Talk, and Google Maps 3D. Still, the biggest transition from Gingerbread to Honeycomb is the latter’s redone user interface. Android 3.0 carries out Android 2.3’s darker, more professional and polished look to a very sophisticated tablet experience. And the built-in video calling from Google Talk is really a go!
Check out the Android 3.0 preview video after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
What can people do with smartphones aside from making calls and sending messages? Of course, surf the Internet! However, it cannot be done without the help of web browsers. Gadg listed down the top ten browsers you can hook up to your mobile.
The arrival of the modern technology comes with a new purpose for mobile phones, that is as a tool to access the Internet. Now, you can browse the web like on a desktop counterpart. Of course, you can only do this through a web browser. These web browsers are designed to be functional on smartphones. They are altered to be mobile-friendly which make it slightly different from the originals.
If you got a new mobile phone or just thinking of an upgrade, read through the list of top ten browsers prepared by Gadg. See if which among these web browsers will bring you the ultimate online experience while on the go.
See the best web browser options after the break.Read the rest of the article »
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