Archive for April, 2011

  • One of the most frustrating feeling I have is the feeling of being fooled; well sometimes I find that Android users have this feeling. When your cherished device can’t get the latest Android update, and when in some cases your manufacturers device doesnt support it anymore, that’s just awful. Well, […]

    CyanogenMod 7 available now

    One of the most frustrating feeling I have is the feeling of being fooled; well sometimes I find that Android users have this feeling. When your cherished device can’t get the latest Android update, and when in some cases your manufacturers device doesnt support it anymore, that’s just awful. Well, […]

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  • Toronto based start up company PushLife has just been acquired by the giant from Mountain Valley – Google. This latest acquisition is reinforcing the fact that Google is preparing the launch of its own music platform, namely Google Music. This recently sealed deal at a reported cost of $25 million, […]

    Google is getting into music with PushLife

    Toronto based start up company PushLife has just been acquired by the giant from Mountain Valley – Google. This latest acquisition is reinforcing the fact that Google is preparing the launch of its own music platform, namely Google Music. This recently sealed deal at a reported cost of $25 million, […]

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  • Acer announced this week that it is ready to launch its first Android tablet – the Iconia Tab A500. This Android tablet runs Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and features a 10.1 inch touchscreen. Powered by a 1 GHz dual core Nvidia processor, with 1 GB of RAM and 16 of […]

    Acer Android tablet cheaper than Apple’s Ipad 2

    Acer announced this week that it is ready to launch its first Android tablet – the Iconia Tab A500. This Android tablet runs Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and features a 10.1 inch touchscreen. Powered by a 1 GHz dual core Nvidia processor, with 1 GB of RAM and 16 of […]

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  • Android – yes you hear it everywhere now, since its introduction in 2008, the Google Android Operating System has made its way to the top. Rightfully so as, Gartner reports that by the end of next year in 2012, almost half of the smartphones in the market will run on […]

    Android smartphones to account for 50% of market by 2012

    Android – yes you hear it everywhere now, since its introduction in 2008, the Google Android Operating System has made its way to the top. Rightfully so as, Gartner reports that by the end of next year in 2012, almost half of the smartphones in the market will run on […]

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  • US carrier Alltel wireless, is showing that it is getting serious about Android. The popular Google OS is now available on 4 different devices on the Alltel network – the LG Axis, Samsung Gem, HTC Merge and the Motorola Milestone X. Even thought the LG Axis and Samsung Gem have […]

    Alltel Wireless introducing Android line up

    US carrier Alltel wireless, is showing that it is getting serious about Android. The popular Google OS is now available on 4 different devices on the Alltel network – the LG Axis, Samsung Gem, HTC Merge and the Motorola Milestone X. Even thought the LG Axis and Samsung Gem have […]

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  • Just a week ago, Sony Ericsson launched in Europe the long awaited Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. Today, on April 7th, Sony Ericsson launched two new smartphones in India – the Xperia Arc and the Xperia Play. These two Android handsets come with Google’s latest Android 2.3 – Gingerbread. The Sony […]

    Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and Play available in India

    Just a week ago, Sony Ericsson launched in Europe the long awaited Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. Today, on April 7th, Sony Ericsson launched two new smartphones in India – the Xperia Arc and the Xperia Play. These two Android handsets come with Google’s latest Android 2.3 – Gingerbread. The Sony […]

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  • Sony has confirmed its entry in the tablet market. During an interview with Japan’s Nikkei newspaper, Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer has confirmed that the company will be launching a tablet by the end of the summer. The tablets will run Android 3.0 Honeycomb and Sony confirmed earlier this year […]

    Sony to enter tablet market this summer

    Sony has confirmed its entry in the tablet market. During an interview with Japan’s Nikkei newspaper, Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer has confirmed that the company will be launching a tablet by the end of the summer. The tablets will run Android 3.0 Honeycomb and Sony confirmed earlier this year […]

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  • Boost Mobile and Samsung just launched the Samsung Galaxy Prevail. Boost is one of the two prepaid cellphone carrier of Sprint Wireless along with Virgin Mobile. The introduction of the Samsung Prevail in the Boost line up just spiced up the competition by introducing an affordable Android smartphone by a […]

    Boost Mobile introduces Samsung Galaxy Prevail

    Boost Mobile and Samsung just launched the Samsung Galaxy Prevail. Boost is one of the two prepaid cellphone carrier of Sprint Wireless along with Virgin Mobile. The introduction of the Samsung Prevail in the Boost line up just spiced up the competition by introducing an affordable Android smartphone by a […]

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  • Smartphones are more and more like small portable computers in our pockets, and with the explosion of the Android platform, so did viruses. Just like a computer, your smartphone needs protection, at least a minimum of protection. And Webroot is one of those security company. Webroot Mobile Security for Android […]

    Webroot release security app for Android handsets and tablets

    Smartphones are more and more like small portable computers in our pockets, and with the explosion of the Android platform, so did viruses. Just like a computer, your smartphone needs protection, at least a minimum of protection. And Webroot is one of those security company. Webroot Mobile Security for Android […]

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  • Google just turned it’s back on open source, well kind of. The success Google’s Android has seen in the past year, was mainly due to the openness of its Android Operating System. By providing a stable smartphone OS, namely Android, Google allowed manufacturer to focus on making the smartphone, thus […]

    Google’s Android not so open anymore?

    Google just turned it’s back on open source, well kind of. The success Google’s Android has seen in the past year, was mainly due to the openness of its Android Operating System. By providing a stable smartphone OS, namely Android, Google allowed manufacturer to focus on making the smartphone, thus […]

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