Jelly Bean and Angry Birds on a 84-inch 4K (Ultra HD) touch display? That's exactly what we have for you below. At this years CeBit show MyMultitouch is showing off their new tablet - if you can call it that - and this 3,840 x 2,160 Ultra HD resolution screen called the Alvaro GIANT is capable of running Android, Windows, or almost anything else.
tchebb has had the working 3-10 DROID Incredible kernel for quite some time and decided it was time to release to the world. Now DROID Incredible users can download a kernel that will bring true multitouch to their device.
A few new videos have popped up that show the new model preforming multitouch gestures. The videos include a promotional and a hands-on video with the new tablet that are showing off the multitouch of the device. Although the multitouch doesn't look fully implemented, or even ready for release, this confirms that they are at least working on a capacitive touch version of the S7. [youtube]rv3-hqIeTnM[/youtube] [youtube]me8dXt1jhxs[/youtube] No word yet on an expected date of availability or price, but we can assume it will launch sometime next year with a cost a bit higher than the current generation S7. [Via liliputing]
Motorola's Honeycomb tablet; instead he used the slate to preview the incoming update for Google Maps for Mobile 5.0. The new version adds dynamic map building with building outlines for 100 cities at launch, new multitouch gestures including two-finger tilt & rotate, and offline caching for common routes and searches. Only certain Android devices will support all the features of Google Maps for Mobile 5.0, which is due out in the next few days. The Nexus One, apparently, lacks the multitouch support for rotating the views; the full list of supported handsets is below.
- Galaxy S
- Droid X
- Droid 2
- Droid Incredible
- Nexus S