Over at this year's Mobile World Congress, SanDisk introduced what it claims is the world's highest capacity micro memory card. This 128 GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC USH-I promises to meet the growing storage needs of mobile device users today.
Intel has been having a hard time catching up with rivals in the ARM side of the fence when it comes to mobile devices, most especially with smartphones. The chip maker, however, is quite intent in recovering lost time and plans to strike hard at a rising device category: wearables.
Today Qualcomm has just announced the release of a brand new mobile computing and technology site called Spark. This isn't an app for Android, or something that will be inside of HTC or other Qualcomm powered devices -- instead it's a place for creators to come and spark ideas, invent the unimaginable and more.
WHOA! Android running on a 32" or 46" multi-touch display -- Yes please! What we have here is a signage company called SKR Technology and they have developed a sweet prototype multi-touch system running atop Android 2.3 Gingerbread on a 32″ display. Currently it runs off a regular Android terminal which is connected via USB to the touch sensors, HDMI to the display port, and it fully replicates the Android interface and can also display full HD video.
Given the natural progression of mobile technology, this could possibly happen sometime in the near future. Phonereport.info is reporting that HTC has an Android tablet in the making that will have full 1080p recording capabilities as well as 5.1 surround sound. And some of these features will make their way onto some of their handsets next year.
Gamevil has announced Zenonia for the Android platform. Since its release for the iPhone, it has been one of the most popular games in the AppStore. This game is also available on Windows Mobile and has sold millions of copies worldwide.