Do you own a Flash capable Android gadget? In case you do, then you have an update waiting for you. The Adobe’s Flash Player is now upgraded to version 10.3 resolving some previous issues and bringing lots of fixes, security updates and a few optimizations.
There is support for all Android 2.2, 2.3 and 3.01-based devices. Read more »
How would you fancy a tablet rocking a 10.1-inch, 300dpi display with a staggering resolution of 2560×1600 pixels to be in your hands for your friends to envy? Yeah, I am as eager to see it as you are and fortunately, it could turn out to be just around the corner.
On 17-19 May in Los Angeles Convention Center, Samsung and Nouvoyance will show a demo of the world’s first 10.1-inch WQXGA (2560 x 1600) PenTile RGBW LCD tablet display. Read more »
The HTC Sensation just got a video ad, displaying all of its noteworthy features in HD and FullHD style on YouTube. The video is almost 6 minutes long, which amounts to about 5-6 Apple promo videos for example (remember the iPad 2 promo videos).
The focus in this video is on the features HTC thought to be evolutionary and exciting. The brand new HTC Sense 3.0 Read more »
Motorola DROID X2 just can’t stop showing its face before the official announcement. It is supposed to hit the stores on 26 May, while the pre-orders will start shipping on 19 May.
Now what about we get an official announcement, mmkay? Read more »
The Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II has a MHL port – the technology that combines USB and HDMI into the same port. This one is indistinguishable from a microUSB port and works like one with no problem (and as a charger port too).
Plug-in an adapter however and you get an HDMI out as well. Read more »
Last time we mentioned the British jeweler Alexander Amosu was around Valentine’s day when Amosu Couture released an iPhone 4 covered with pink Swarovski crystals. Now, the object of the jeweler’s talented work is no other, but the rather conservative BlackBerry Bold 9780.
This time, the BlackBerry does not change color. Instead, it gets covered with 1400 diamonds with an approximate weight of 15 carats. Read more »
Today Nokia released information regarding plans for a new Ovi Store concept they intend to push to leading mobile companies Orange France and Deutsche Telekom (the parent company of T-Mobile).
The focus of the Ovi Store operator app store concept is the idea of a ‘store within a store’. Alongside the existing Ovi Store infrastructure, the design is intended to help “provide operators around the world new ways to differentiate, distribute and compete”. Read more »
We’re still playing with all the features of the Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II (and there are plenty of those to get through). Right now, I’m plugging every thumb drive and card reader we have laying around our office to test the USB On-The-Go (OTG) functionality.
I used an adapter from Samsung for the tests. Here’s what worked and what didn’t. Read more »
N.O.V.A was a popular FPS game for iOS, which then crossed over to Android as well. And now droid-land is getting a taste of the sequel – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance. Not only that but Gameloft was kind enough to make the game available on Facebook too, neat right?
The game has been around of iPhones and iPads for some time now (December 2010) and offers truly immersive gameplay, worthy of a hefty portion of your day. Read more »
Panasonic announced the LUMIX G3 interchangeable lens camera with a 16MP sensor, 1080p video recording in AVCHD and a swivel touch screen. It’s their smallest and lightest Micro Four Thirds model yet.
There’s a preview of the LUMIX G3 already available, complete with many camera samples. Read more »
Honeycomb tablets with Tegra 2 under the hood are hardly a rarity these days, but this one belongs to a class that’s still not particularly popular. The newly announced Viewsonic 7x packs a 7” screen and a lightweight body that should attract the attention of those considering slates portable devices. That is of course, if you can trust Viewsonic manufacturing anything else but a monitor.
The 7” screens is where it all began for tablets and Android last year, but for some reason those devices haven’t seen much Honeycomb love. Asus is the only one to come with such a device (the Eee Pad MeMO announced at CES) and that one is not ready to hit the shelves yet (if at all). So the Viewsonic 7x is in a niche of its own. Read more »
The other day, Google I/O brought a host of information to journalists and developers alike. We’ve already spoken about it, taking you through the main points of the keynote, Google’s pride regarding Honeycomb’s stats and figures, the potential of Ice cream sandwich (the upcoming Android update, not the food item) and the general ambiance of the event which you can check out here.
What we haven’t really spoken about is the host of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1′s that made a special debut at the event as well. Why special? Well Read more »
Now that’s how you celebrate your 125 anniversary! Coca Cola has turned up its headquarters in Atlanta in the United States into an enormous 3D projection display to mark off its rather special birthday.
To create the eye-watering 3D effects more than 45 projectors were used. The cost of the project is not known, but you can bet it wasn’t exactly cheap. Read more »
The second Google IO 2011 day saw the announcement of Google Chromebook partners – Acer and Samsung. The Samsung Series 5 Chromebook and Acer Chromebook will debut in the middle of June.
Both Chromebooks will be offered in Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + 3G flavors, which will come at different price points. Let’s see what they are all about. Read more »
Today is second day of the Google IO Developers Conference and things don’t show any signs of slowing down. The second keynote was about Chrome and Chrome OS, Google’s cloud operating system.
As usual, some impressive statistics were introduced. In just a year, the number of people using Google Chrome as their primary browser has grown from 70 million to 160 million. Remember the very first notebook running Chrome OS, the Cr-48? More than a million people have applied for one and Google has shipped thousands worldwide. Read more »