Monthly Archive: December 2013
Galaxy S III. We don't expect these to slow down anytime soon either. Latest reports from MobileCowboys are giving us some interesting details -- including an early March release for the Galaxy S III and even a Galaxy Note S coming later. More details after the break.
ASUS Padfone for what seems like forever. It has now been officially confirmed by ASUS themselves that it will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2012 -- that is the end of February folks. What's even better is we are also hearing reports from a few trusted sources that they'll be showing off a new redesigned model.
Mozilla. Along with tons of improvements to overall stability and performance we have a faster and easier set up and sync, but Adobe's Flash Player is still missing.
Steam app for Android just a few short days ago users have been leaving all sorts of comments to release it out of beta. After only a select few could use the late to the party application, today it has left beta and is now fully open and available to anyone that already has a Steam account.
3G broke the news. Unlike most contemporary video streaming apps, the Sky Go app is live TV, letting users choose between 39 different channels at once. Sky Go was previously exclusive to iOS, because Sky hates fun didn't recognize the incredibly growth of the Android platform at the time.
Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo. The 6.7mm Android smartphone will launch in the first quarter of this year.
XDA user "pvyParts" to create Auto-Installer, a simple Android app that adds the ubiquitous ClockworkMod custom recovery software to any Sony Xperia phone made in 2011. What's more, it does so via a sneaky little partition setup that doesn't touch the phone's bootloader - thereby preserving user's manufacturer warranties.
between 1 million and 5 million Android users had been infected with a particular kind of malware identified as Android.Counterclank. In an alarming blog post, the security software retailer notes Android.Counterclank's overly broad permissions and ability to send personal data through a network connection. Now rival security software vendor Lookout Mobile Security claims that Symantec's post was overblown, and that the code executing in the 13 apps identified is overly aggressive adware, not malware.