Xperia go and Xperia acro S in new videos. For those of you who live and breathe specs, they've embedded all the relevant details for each phone in the separate videos - you don't even need any of this here boring text, just scroll down a little.
Monthly Archive: May 2013
Android Open Kang Project: when it comes to taking advantage of the Galaxy Nexus, no one's going faster or harder. The custom ROM team has one of the most comprehensive modifications to the Galaxy Nexus' nearly unique soft navigation buttons out there already, with custom shortcuts, icons, colors and widgets. Their next trick is to add multiple widgets to a single icon, allowing users to quickly and easily adjust settings and playback from just about any app.
Gameloft has just silently launched N.O.V.A 3 for Android, available right this minute for the pricey $6.99 on the Google Play Store.
Pandora Radio have just updated their popular music streaming app for Android only the change log had a small line that has us confused, and excited. Check it out after the break.
Facebook are back today, pushing out a quick incremental update for Android that appears to fix multiple bugs and even improve performance. We've seen and heard the "improve performance" comment in the past so decided to quickly update and give it a try.
Sony's Smartwatch? Well the little device that could is getting a huge update today from the folks at Sony that should bring a host of new features, as well as fix tons of bugs with the Android-powered smartwatch. This isn't quite that Pebble Watch we've been keeping an eye on, but the update is worth a quick look.
Galaxy S III has launched in more than 28 countries Samsung has decided it's time to release the source code, and developers can't thank them enough. This is how it's supposed to be done folks. Today Samsung has released the full source code for the GT-i9300 (SGSIII) and it's available for download now.
reported on this earlier this month that it would possibly land around November but now some sources claim that to be the official time frame.
Padfone with a built-in Android smartphone. What if their next tablet rocked Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and Windows 8? An all-in-one, that also separates into a dual boot powerhouse tablet. Check out their latest teaser video after the break.
HTC One S should be very familiar by this point for most. Since being first announced in Barcelona, Spain we all know it has that new and impressive 1.5 GHz dual-core S4 processor from Qualcomm and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Today however, the company launched a different version in Taiwan with a 1.7 GHz dual-core instead.