Acting on the lawsuit filed by Apple against Samsung accusing the latter to have violated Apple’s intellectual property, last week a US court judge, Lucy Koh, had granted an injunction, banning the sales of Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the US.…Read More »
Android Developers Dashboard has been updated with the usage details of different Android platforms by users. Primarily prepared to be a reference for developers to help decide on their future programming plans, the newly published chart show that Android 2.3 …Read More »
VLC media player, one of the most loved media players that has been around for sometime as many desktop users’ default video player application, has now been officially ported to Android. VLC had earlier been ported to Android by some …Read More »
- Imgy [Add unlimited icons to your homescreen -- works with any homescreen launcher]
- Pencil Sketch [Turn any image/photo into a black and white or color sketch]
- Block Puzzle [Game]
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Google Analytics has been and still is one of the best tools for advertisers, developers, as well as webmasters for analysing user activity to provide better content and services to users; and to generate statistical data for products and services.…Read More »
- Knots 3D [Learn about and learn to tie over 30 types of knots]
- How to Tie a Scarf [Learn to tie 7 scarf styles]
- How to Make Origami [Learn to make 22 types of Origami]
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Are you among the ones who have always been worried about the “Made in China” tag on your electronic device(s)? If so, Google is now bringing something new and quite exciting to many classes of the community; Google Nexus Q, …Read More »
Two days ago, Google quietly dropped the price of their flagship smartphone the Galaxy Nexus to a tiny $349 off-contract. Today, California’s Northern District Court ruled that the device indeed infringes on some of Apple’s patents. Once Apple pays a …Read More »
Just two days ago Google announced Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”, the next and greatest version of Android, hailing its advanced features such as Google Now and its increased smoothness with Project Butter. Alongside that announcement came a quiet announcement from …Read More »
This year, Google had a ton to announce at Google I/O, their annual developer’s conference. They unveiled new Nexus devices, showed off their Siri competitor Google Now, and even started upgrading certain Galaxy Nexus devices to the new version of …Read More »
Samsung and Apple have been busy for quite some time now filing suites against each other and blaming the other of copying their products and infringing patents. In a recent development reported by dotTech, a Dutch court had found Apple …Read More »
What’s more impressive than nearly invisible high-tech glasses? How about nearly invisible high-tech glasses streaming live video while freefalling through the air? Today at Google I/O, Google and the team behind Project Glass did just that.
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Apple App Store has 650,000 apps – 225,000 specifically for the iPad – installed 30,000,000,000 times. At today’s Google I/O conference Google revealed Android now has over 600,000 apps in Google Play Store; that number includes apps and games. While …Read More »
Today at Google I/O, Google took the wraps off of two devices. The first was the expected 7″ Nexus tablet, while the other was a wildly new and different Nexus Q. What exactly is the Nexus Q, and how is …Read More »
For complete news of today’s events, visit the Google I/O 2012 page.
Today was the first day of Google I/O 2012, and with it came some awesome news. There’s the new Nexus 7 tablet, the quirky and expensive Nexus Q, …Read More »
Interested in picking up a Galaxy Nexus after seeing today’s keynote and unveil of Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”?
You should be. There’s good news for those that are, as today Google dropped the price before tax from $399.00, which …
Google I/O, the annual developer’s keynote straight from Google’s headquarters in California, kicks off today and with it a range of rumors are about to be confirmed, crushed, or otherwise revealed. One rumor that everyone’s been wondering about for months …Read More »
Swype keyboard is one of the most famous and widely used touch-screen keyboards, especially for Android. Swype is popular because it allows a user to enter text by swiping over the letters in the word or phrase you want to …Read More »
With Google I/O 2012 scheduled to start on June 27th, the world is looking forward to see what BIG announcements Google is going to make. At the same time, Firefox had also announced that it’s also having something BIG ready …Read More »
Transfer contacts, messages, and media from an iPhone or iPad to a Samsung Galaxy device with Samsung’s Easy Phone Sync app
Samsung has just made it easy for the “iUsers” (Apple users) to migrate from their device to a Samsung Galaxy phone.
Samsung has partnered with Mushroom Media to help users port their iOS device (iPhone, iPad) to an Android-powered Samsung …Read More »
You dish out an arm and a leg for a brand new, shiny Samsung Galaxy S III. To celebrate you take your new best friend (i.e. SGS3) for a joy ride in your comparatively shitty car. To keep the phone …Read More »
One among the most useful features of Google Maps is traffic data which provides users with real-time information about the traffic conditions. The feature started off in the USA but is now available for users of several other countries.
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Making it the breaking news of the day, some small but significant details of the next iteration of Android operating system, Jelly Bean, has been accidentally revealed by Google.
Legend has it an XDA user was interested in purchasing a …Read More »
- GO TaskManager EX [Task killer app that provides additional perks of cache cleaning, scanning boot time apps, and more]
- Pic Collage [Create picture collages with your photos]
- Open Flash [Open and play SWF format games, animations, videos, etc]
- XP Mod Launcher [Homescreen replacement app that makes your device look and operate like Windows XP]
- How to Tie a Tie [App that teaches you how to tie a tie for thirteen different styles]
- Garfield’s Diner [Game]
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Linus Torvalds has often been known for his ‘openness’. In a forum hosted by Aalto Center for Entrepreneurship in Otaniemi, Finland on June 14, he shared his thoughts on Nvidia (again).
When asked by a woman about the lack of …Read More »
CyanogenMod is a highly popular custom ROM for Android devices. If you are new to CyanogenMod, consider taking some time to read the Wikipedia page of CyanogenMod.
CyanogenMod 7.2, the much awaited custom mobile operating system based on Android 2.3.7 …Read More »
- First Aid – American Red Cross [App that provides information regarding common health issues, teaches you how to prepare for them and how to deal with them in emergency situations]
- SMS Flash [Receive click-through and semi-transparent popup notifications
Finally, the wait for Max Payne fans and other enthusiasts is over. Max Payne Mobile for Android has been released to Google Play Store by Rockstar Games.
The much awaited game has reportedly been able to keep up to the …Read More »
SID’s (Society for Information Display) Display Week 2012 held at Boston from 3 – 8 June, 2012 saw the revelation of a touchscreen prototype by Tactus Technology which might come out to be of great use …Read More »
In a series of lawsuits between Apple and HTC, the battle between the two smartphone makers seems to have strengthened more, with Apple holding the upper hand now following a ruling by a US judge blocking HTC from using patents …Read More »
A representative of the computer manufacturing company ASUS has revealed Google will be announcing a Nexus branded tablet at the end of June.
The anonymous representative revealed very little details about the tablet but was quoted saying “it [the tablet] …Read More »
- First Aid [App that gives tips on how to recognize and treat common health situations]
- Simple Scoreboard [Helps keep track of player scores for games where you must manually track scores]
- Dog Whistle [App that plays 7 kHz,
- Holo Launcher [Homescreen and app tray replacement app that mimics stock Ice Cream Sandwich homescreen and launcher]
- Galaxy SIII Wallpapers [Five high-quality wallpapers pulled from Samsung Galaxy S III handset]
- BloodLand [Game]
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