During the Google Music launch event, Jamie Rosenberg, Director of Digital Content for Android introduced an impressive statistic. We have all heard the figure of 550.000 activated devices daily, but did you knew that in only five months, 100 million people activated their Android devices?
Mozilla has developed the open web experience with much success, and is bringing community contributions to the mobile platform. Developement road map has hit a new milestone with a working prototype round the corner, but will they strike a chord with it?
Microsoft in Japan will be launching a special limited pack Nanami edition of the Windows 7 Ultimate DSP. Aside from the operating system, the bundle will include the Microsoft Touch Mouse for use with Windows 7, and some additional content. Read on.
The new Nokia 603 is equipped with the latest Symbian Belle operating system and with the Nokia Luna Bluetooth headset, both aim to bring Near Field Communication (NFC) to mass market. The Nokia 603 smartphone and Luna Bluetooth headset are scheduled to be available in Q4 this year.
There is dual operating system setups available but you'll be hard pressed to find a setup that allows for the simultaneous operation and co-existing in a single platform. Parallel's Desktop 7 for Mac allows a co-existance of Apple's OS/X and Microsoft's Windows in the same box. So no longer do you need to worry about having the "right" operating system
It was just last week that Samsung mentioned that it would open-source its Bada platform for other manufacturers and developers. And it seems like Taiwanese manufacturer HTC is planning to develop a mobile operating system of their own too.
With Google acquiring Motorola, it looks like Korean company Samsung plans to open source its Bada platform next year. The move is to get more manufacturers and developers to help grow the Bada ecosystem, and also to be less reliant on the Android mobile operating system.
At this year's CommunicAsia, Nokia showcased their N9 smartphone, the company's first device based on the MeeGo ""Harmattan" mobile operating system. And today, the Finnish company officially announced the product in Singapore. Yes, the Nokia N9 will be retailing from all three telco operators in the coming weeks
According to news reports, chip manufacturing giant Intel may be shifting its focus from MeeGo platform to smartphone and tablet development, and it was said that Korean company Samsung may be intending to take over the platform.
This morning, Parallels announced their new Desktop 7 for Mac which claim to provide Mac OS X Lion user experience even on Windows platform which is running on Mac machines. The upgrade is available today for current Parallels Desktop users (you can purchase at Nubox booth at the COMEX Show 2011), while the retail package and
So you want a new smartphone to play around with, but do not wish to get involved with the fan war that is currently raging between Android, Symbian, BlackBerry OS, Windows Phone 7 and iOS users, don't you? If so, don't sweat it; Samsung has just announced the availability of a new batch of smartphones
Remember Samsung's Bada platform for mobile phones? Turns out that the Korean electronics giant is not about to let the Bada platform fade away into obscurity, even as big-name players such as Apple's iOS, Google's Android and Research In Motion's BlackBerry OS have cemented their places as the platforms to look out for in the
Only a few days ago HP dropped the price of its webOS powered TouchPad tablets by $100 in the US and it's less than a week since the TouchPad launched in Singapore, but the company has now announced that it's going to discontinue all its webOS devices. That means no more TouchPad and no more
So the JooJoo tablet turned out to be nothing sort of a disaster for local startup company Fusion Garage. Usually, most startups would have abandoned ship after such a failure, but it seems that Fusion Garage is a big believer in the saying that one should always try again until they succeed. And what better
It is widely accepted by many that ASUS's upcoming Padfone, which we first covered in Computex 2011 some months back, has the potential to take tablet and smartphone computing in a direction which no other OEM has ever attempted to do so, save for Motorola and its Atrix smartphone. And like the gift that keeps
Google may have explicitly declared that their Chromebooks will not allow a user to install anything to the local storage, much less replace the stock Chrome OS operating system with an alternative OS such as Windows 7 or a Linux distribution. However, the good news is that Chromebook owners who simply cannot do without Windows
If there is one thing most smartphone users expect from every new Android release, it would probably be that of an updated and more polished graphical user interface to replace the old one found in the previous versions. And as it turns out, it seems that Android fans who are anxiously awaiting the release of
“If you don't succeed at first, try and try again” is the kind of saying most people often live by when it comes to pursuing a goal, and it seems that even a huge telecommunications operator like Sprint is no exception to the rule. In just nine days after the company pulled its faulty Android
Have you ever found yourself wishing that there was a way to operate a microwave oven remotely, so that you can easily warm up your food and drinks without having to waste precious time walking over to the kitchen to do so? Well, the good news is that such a wish is now one step
Are you a heavy user of the SMS feature on your mobile phone? If so, Facebook's recent announcement might be just the thing you need to keep those fingers of yours even busier while on the move. Apparently, the world's most popular online social networking service has just unveiled its new Messenger standalone app which