Monthly Archive: May 2013
Cellbots project - using an Android smartphone as the brain for a relatively cheap robot - has had an upgrade, with a dashing new neon green chassis and, more impressively, voice control. The system takes advantage of Android's native voice recognition engine, and allows the Cellbot robot to be controlled via speech commands.
by our experience of Flash 10.1 on the Google Nexus One, but it looks like fettled versions of the code are performing more successfully. Adobe Flash evangelist Michaël Chaize has been running some comparison benchmarks between Flash 10.1 and HTML5 video on his Nexus One, and it turns out Flash is "much faster".
already knew Vodafone UK were planning to offer the HTC Desire sometime in April, but the company have just confirmed that preorders for the Android 2.1 smartphone are being taken from today. The Vodafone HTC Desire is expected to ship by April 8th, with the handset being offered from free on select monthly contracts.
Engadget has gotten their hands on an internal memo that that outlines the OTA update for the Droid. At noon today, which has come and gone, 1000 Droid users should receive the update and by midnight there should be 9000 more. And by Thursday, almost all Droid’s should receive the OTA. Judging by how this was handled so far, I wouldn’t get my hopes up too high. The full memo is after the break.