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"Face Unlock" for Android unlocks your phone by just looking at it, instead of entering a passcode
Android 4.O, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, offers Android users the “Face Unlock” option.
The “Face Unlock” is a new screen-lock option that lets users to unlock their Android devices with facial recognition. It takes advantage of “the front-facing camera and state-of-the-art facial recognition technology to register a face during setup and then to recognize it again when unlocking the device.” All you have to do is hold your device in front of your face to unlock it, in case this does not work you can make use of a backup PIN or pattern.
Android’s latest platform, the Android 4.1 (Jellybean) requires users to blink before your Android device unlocks. It makes use of a special feature called the “Liveness Check” to make sure that static pictures can’t be used by someone else to unlock your device.View Article Source »
Images and specs of Sony's soon to be announced mid-range smartphone surfaces online.
Greek technology and news blog, Techblog on Friday has posted photos of Sony’s latest addition to its Xperia lineup. The bulky, ICS powered mid-range smartphone, codenamed ST21i reveals a design that somewhat similar to its predecessors.
The leaked images and specs, which came from an anonymous source reveals a 3.2-inch, 480×320 display, 3-megapixel camera and packed with an 800MHz Qualcomm processor and 512MB built-in RAM.Read the rest of the article »
HTC One X is a dual-core Android that runs OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC’s Sense 4.0.
Rogers exclusively offers HTC One X to its Canadian consumers. The HTC One X has an 8MP camera and is only 9.27mm thin. It has a dual-core Android processor that runs on 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC’s Sense 4.0.Read the rest of the article »
Pre-order period for the Galaxy Nexus began yesterday through Sprint.com
Sprint announces the launch of the Galaxy Nexus on their website, www.sprint.com/nexus on April 22. The Galaxy Nexus showcases these following features: Pure Google experience, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED™ contour display and dual cameras.Read the rest of the article »
Ice Cream Sandwich update for Google's Nexus S 4G surfaces, includes improved WiMAX performance.
Google’s Nexus S 4G got its first bite of Ice Cream Sandwich when mobile news blog BriefMobile posted a leaked copy of the Android 4.0.4 update.
BriefMobile on Sunday posted the leaked update file, complete with installation instructions. The update, which BriefMobile claims as ‘the full official IMM76D ICS ROM’, is said to include an improved WiMAX performance.Read the rest of the article »
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 »
LG reveals a Galaxy Note rival, the 5-inch, 1.5 GHz dual core Optimus Vu.
LG has officially announced a rival to Samsung’s Galaxy Note, the 5-inch, LTE capable Optimus Vu. The device, which is said to ‘blurs the line between phone and tablet’, boasts a 5-inch (1024 X 768) IPS LCD display with 4:3 aspect ratio.
The pen-friendly smartphone is powered by 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, 32GB memory, 2080mAh batter and an 8 MP camera. It has full LTE capability and will initially run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread while an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich is in the works.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 »
Lucky shoppers have managed to get their hands on the Verizon Galaxy Nexus at Best Buy
A few lucky folks have managed to get their hands on the Verizon’s version of the Galaxy Nexus at Best Buy and they have pictures to prove it.
Galaxy Nexus, the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone was supposed to launch on December 9th, but was delayed due to ‘rumored’ conflicts with Google Wallet and while most of us are waiting for the official release date, some lucky shoppers at Best Buy were able to purchase one of the most anticipated smartphones this year.Read the rest of the article »
Microsoft is said to showcase its Windows 8 on a Samsung tablet next week, during the BUILD developer's conference.
Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky will allegedly show Windows 8 running on a Samsung tablet next week, in time with the BUILD developer conference in California from September 13 – 16.
One unnamed source specifies that this will be Samsung’s first collaboration with the Windows/Xbox giant in its hardware device division. Analysts believe that this collaboration is part of the South Korea-based company’s plan to withdraw from relying solely on Google’s Android OS.
However, Microsoft’s Windows 8 tablets are not expected to hit the shelves for another 12 months. And by that time, an array of Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablets will have invaded the market. Moreover, Apple will likely roll out its iPad 3. With the industry’s quick shift in focus to mobile computing, the Windows 8 will need a lot of catching up on its development — not to mention how it will perform on tablets after a year.
Regardless, it’s a no brainer that a lot of buzz surrounds Windows 8. Are you excited to see the upcoming Microsoft OS for tablets?View Article Source »
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