Monthly Archive: December 2013
ASUS Transformer Prime has been scarce across the Internet - unless of course your willing to pay outrageous prices due to supply and demand. Office Depot currently has some in stock online, and your ordering window may not be closing depending on their current stock. It is only available in the 32GB model, so those of you leaning towards the 64GB will have to wait.
3D New Year Live Wallpaper, but the App of the Week is our way to show off some of the lesser-known apps that deserve your attention. This week, it's social and PIM widget collection extraordinaire, Android Pro Widgets.
ASUS Transformer Prime has just started arriving at the doorsteps of those lucky enough to pre-order before Christmas, but already has an evident issue with its GPS capabilities. A thread over at XDA-Developers claims that not only does the GPS have a hard time locking onto satellite signals, but some claim it doesn't work at all. And as a precaution before you try this on your own Transformer Prime - set your device to 'Airplane Mode' (or simply disengage from data) to ensure the GPS can lock your position without the help of WiFi.
DigiTimes reports that Lenovo, ZTE and smaller manufacturers TCL, Coolpad and Konka have formed an alliance to jointly defend against corporate patent trolls in the huge and growing Chinese smartphone market.
XDA Developers. Users are reporting extremely poor GPS performance when not connected to wireless networks.
DROID 4 will hit the market for Verizon customers but original leaks suggested a mid December launch that was pushed back at the last minute. Nothing was confirmed so we can't say for sure. Either way we are still waiting and would love to get our hands on one. In the meantime it appears our friends from TechnoBuffalo were able to do just that -- but with a dummy unit that will probably be on store shelves soon.
right here. Things as simple as, "Set Alarm -- 8:30 AM" and it will automatically set your alarm. All you need to do is press that search magnify glass or hit the widget on the homescreen.