Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Touch screen computer monitors running Android are on the horizon

It's difficult to set most computer monitors apart from other products on the market for manufacturers. There are number of units that offer touch support for computers running Microsoft Windows 8 and other operating systems, and most of them are virtually identical. An analyst from a company called WitsView believes that computer monitors featuring integrated Android operating system will be coming to the market soon.

Samsung Galaxy Core borrows some Galaxy S 4 features for less

Samsung creates some of the most popular Android devices in all of the ecosystem. The company is undoubtedly going to sell hordes of its new Galaxy S 4 smartphone. The problem for some people is that the S 4 will be more than their budget can support. Samsung is aiming at these budget shoppers with a new low to midrange device that looks a whole lot like the S 4 but carries a lower price.

Dextr e-mail client hits Android

If you typically check your e-mail on your mobile device using Gmail and you're on a limited data plan of some sort, hordes of spam could be costing you money. Tons of spam on your mobile device also means you have to wade through a bunch of e-mail you don't care anything about looking for those few messages that you do care about. A new e-mail client has landed for Android that might help you wade through some of the clutter.

Reports suggest LG will make Nexus 5 for Google

Rumors are circulating today out of Korea that claim LG will produce the fifth device to wear the Nexus name. The device is believed to be the Nexus 5 and so far very little is actually known about the product. The Nexus 4 only launched in November so a Nexus 5 device launching anytime soon would be very unlikely.

Android web traffic up significantly

A new report released this week about the Android operating system in the share of web traffic generated by Android devices. Reports from a company called Netapplications and it shows that Android traffic on the Internet is up significantly compared to last year. According to the report, web traffic generated by the Android operating system is up 35% compared to the same period of last year.

Latest Android details show Jelly Bean adoption continues to grow

The latest Android platform statistics are in from Google looking at all the devices that visited the Google Play store in the last few weeks. The statistics show which version of Android is the most common across all devices that access the Google Play store. The statistics show again that Android Jelly Bean is continuing to grow significantly.

FitScales app combines Android with Wii Fit Balance Board

For a few years, the Nintendo Wii game console was incredibly popular selling out all across the nation. The same thing happened with one of the accessories for the Nintendo Wii game console, the Wii Fit Balance Board. Today, the popularity of the Nintendo Wii has reduced significantly meaning that all around the country there are a bunch of Wii Fit Balance Boards going unused.

New Nexus 11 tipped on 2013 Samsung tablet roadmap

Samsung has already announced one new tablet today called the Galaxy 3. Undoubtedly, this one new tablet announced today isn't the only device Samsung plans to launch this year. Rumors also surfaced today hinting at three additional tablets that Samsung will be rolling out in 2013.
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