All posts tagged "Google"

  • ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Review: Android tablet that offers no deception

    When it comes to the term "Transformer", most users would associate it with either the electrical device that transfers energy from one circuit to another, or the popular cartoon and movie. And if you have followed the news, it looks like ASUS has named their new Android tablet device the Eee Pad Transformer. So, how good and how different

  • Google to integrate internet telephony features into Chrome?

    With Skype's internet telephony solution being the most popular one available to consumers by far, it would make perfect sense that Microsoft would have attempted to acquire the company and its interlectual property in order to integrate its functionality into is software offerings. However, it seems that Google is also keen to integrate Skype-like features

  • Sony Ericsson unveils new phones – Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray, Xperia Active and Txt

    Even though Sony Ericsson didn't have a presence at the Communicasia 2011, it doesn't mean that the company has no new announcements. In fact, this afternoon, the mobile phone maker announced three new phones, namely the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray, Sony Ericsson Xperia Active and Sony Ericsson Txt. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.

  • Huawei launches MediaPad, world’s first 7-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb Dual-Core Tablet

    It was just  two weeks ago when Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment company, Huawei, introduced their new range of Android smartphones. This afternoon, Huawei had a global launch of their MediaPad, which touts to be the world's first 7-inch dual-core tablet to run Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS.

  • LG finally rolls out Optimus 3D with world’s first Tri-Dual architecture

    Korean manufacturer LG has finally launched their highly-anticipated Optimus 3D smaartphone which features glass-free 3D display and claims to incorporate world's first Tri-Dual architecture. It will be available in Europe first and later other parts of the world in the next several weeks.

  • Sony Ericsson Android smartphones to use NXP’s NFC solutions

    Sony Ericsson has announced that it has selected NXP Semiconductors N.V.'s Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to be incorporated in their Android smartphones, offering users enhanced mobile entertainment experiences. Details inside.

  • Google launches picture search and voice search for desktops

    Google has announced that it has come up with a few new ways to use its search service and we can imagine that at least one of the two new options is set to become quite popular. The two new options are Google Voice Search and Search by Image, of which the first has been

  • BlueStacks: High-Speed Android on Windows

    What if you could run Android on Windows in real time, side-by-side and without any lag whatsoever? BlueStacks promises all this – we go hands-on after the break.

  • Samsung announces GALAXY S II and GALAXY Tab 10.1 in Singapore

    We saw the Samsung GALAXY S II and GALAXY Tab 10.1 at the Samsung Forum in early March and this afternoon, the company has announced that both mobile devices will be retailing in stores soon. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.

  • We all know what you did last summer – PastPosts told us!

    Quite a few interesting apps are being released for Facebook users lately; after the much discussed Reppler app which protects your online reputation, PastPosts is an app which will be spamming you with a daily e-mail telling you what happened exactly a year ago.

  • Motorola launches ATRIX Android smartphone in Singapore

    The Motorola ATRIX is the company's high-end Android smartphone that was showcased at CES in Las Vegas earlier this year. Today, Motorola announced the launch of the ATRIX in Singapore which will be available at all three local telco operators. Also announced at the event - the Motorola Xoom 3G Android tablet. VR-Zone brings you the coverage. Update: StarHub has unveiled the

  • Google Wallet – An app which can replace your wallet!

    We do not need to be carrying around ten gadgets anymore because today's smartphones can do just about everything; they can play music, they offer internet access and have GPS receivers. Google is a company which constantly and frequently invests on innovative and practical ideas, their latest app however is one huge (note: many would

  • Motorola launches dual SIM, dual core XT882 in China

    Motorola has recently launched the China version of the Droid X2, also known as XT882, which comes with dual SIM card slots and dual-core processor and running Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.

  • The rooting police are here, led by Google

      Disturbing news cropped up that Google is looking for rooters and denying them full use of rooted Android devices. Content providers may push Google into full-blown DRM hysteria aimed at rooted Android devices.

  • Seagate unveils GoFlexAccess mobile device app

    With this new GoFlexAccess app, you can now share and stream your music, photos and videos wirelessly from your phone to your GoFlex home network server easily. Available free on iPhone and Android phones.

  • ASUS confirms Android 3.1 update for all their tablet devices

    ASUS has issued an official release that the company will provide the Android 3.1 update for all their Eee Pad tablet devices. Users will receive a notification on their Eee Pads once the update is released, and the firmware update can be completed in just a few steps. Read on for more details.

  • Xi3 ChromiumPC: First desktop PC to run Google Chrome OS due in July

      While Google made reference to forthcoming desktops running its Chrome OS at its recent I/O conference, the company provided few specifics. Xi3 has since filled that breach by announcing that its ChromiumPC will be the first desktop to run the operating system when it launches in early July. Xi3 had designed a modular architecture

  • Google opens website for Japanese to remember towns lost in the recent earthquake

    Google's informal corporate motto of "Don't be evil" may have been mocked by many in the industry, but there can be no denying that the search giant has been known to do the right things for its consumer base most of the time, barring a few isolated exceptions. That being said, it seems that Google

  • Samsung promises Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade for GALAXY S and GALAXY Tab

    Good news to GALAXY S and GALAXY Tab owners. Samsung has announced that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade will be made available for both the GALAXY S smartphone and GALAXY Tab tablet device.

  • HTC launches Wildfire S in Singapore

    HTC Singapore has announced the launch of the new Wildfire S, based on the popular Wildfire that was launched last year. The new Wildfire S is equipped with 600MHz processor and preloaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.