Not too long ago, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs made headlines by proclaiming that people who wanted mobile pornography could have their needs fulfilled with the porn stores available for Google’s Android OS. However, it seems like that is about to change. Read on to find out more.
The HTC Legend was announced (together with the HD mini and Desire) at Mobile World Congress in February. The successor to the popular HTC Hero was recently launched and VR Zone has the opportunity to check out the new Android 2.1 touchscreen smartphone. So will this phone live up to its name? Read on.
Today, Motorola and SingTel have jointly announced the exclusive launch of the Motorola Backflip in Singapore. The Android-powered Backflip with MOTOBLUR will be available from this Saturday (1st May) from as low as S$0 on selected price plans.
Google has recently announced that it has bought over Labpixies, a developer of personalized widgets such as iGoogle, Android and the iPhone. According to Google, the team will be based in the Tel Aviv office and will anchor the iGoogle efforts across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
The battle for the smartphone market has reached a new high, and Google’s Android is all set to give Apple’s App Store a run for its money with its massive library of downloadable applications. Read on to find out more.
A peek at Chrome OS’s git repository reveals a few juicy details about the kind of hardware Google is poised to support with its upcoming operating system. Read on to find out more.
This is perhaps one of the interesting to catch our eye. Android OS on Apple’s iPhone. There is a video, check it out
Ever since Google brought up the idea of cloud computing and software as a service, many companies have been quick to start offering similar web-based services, but Google admits the entire notion has an impact so great that many issues need to be worked out before it is ready for mainstream use. Read on for
Drag-and-drop file attachment gets implemented in Gmail, and Google has made so that it won’t require Adobe’s Flash plugin. Only works with Firefox and Chrome, though. Read on for more information.
Google believes that it can provide a proper printing experience with its Google Cloud Print. And it will start by eliminating the need for driver printers. Read on to find out more.
PC Magazine has reported that upgrading your Android-powered smartphone to the latest version (2.1) will result in the OS’s picture gallery displaying images in a lower quality than before. Read on to find out more.
When Apple debuted its iPhone, Google returned fire with its Android OS, and finally, with the Google Nexus One smartphone. Now that Apple has their iPad, you can be sure that Google’s is not going to be sitting still on this one. Read on for more information.
It may sound lke an April Fool’s joke, but we might all soon be able to start communicating with our pets, thanks to Google’s latest translation tool for Android devices. Read on for more information.
In spite of the progress HTML5 has made in trying to wean the internet off proprietary standards, it seems that Flash is not going to disappear anytime soon. At least, not when Google has started integrating the Adobe Flash plugin with its Chrome browser. Read on for more information.
According to AdMob’s report, Android smartphone operating system has increased its share from 2% to 24%, making it number two to iPhone OS (which gained from 33% to 50%) in February this year.
Motorola and StarHub have jointly announced the launch of the new Motorola Milestone (also known as Droid in the US). The Android phone is available from 27 March at all authroized StarHub retail shops.
At the International CTIA Wireless 2010, Samsung announced their new mobile smartphone - Samsung Galaxy S. The Android-powered Galaxy S sports a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 1GHz processor, and features ‘Social Hub’ for accessing your social networks.
According to online sources, Google is working with Intel and Sony on the development of Internet TVs and set-top boxes. Known as Google TV, it will be based on Android (the smartphone OS).
The Samsung Galaxy Spica was announced in November last year, and recently, the korean maker has introduced an upgraded version of the Galaxy Spica phone that features enhanced user experience as well as multimedia and messaging functionality.
So says an analyst from International Data Corp (IDC) regarding Google’s plans to bundle Chrome OS into mini-notebooks. But which hardware will be considered ‘high-priced’ in these machines, and how will it affect Google’s own operating system? Read on to find out more.