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Google+ adds Video Auto Enhance feature

Posting videos on Google+ was recently enhanced so the result would be a higher quality video. You know how uploading mobile videos can be done quickly on the social network but they don't always come out nice as the original. Quality would be lower than usual but the Google+ team, as announced by Software Engineer in a post, added some features. The uploader can now edit the color, lighting, stability, and speech in videos. Most of the enhancements are already available but the stability function is coming soon.

O2 unveils “Fit for 4G” thumb-centric fitness program

The increasing use of smartphones, especially full touchscreen models, has increased the strain on our hands, especially the thumb, which now has to reach for parts of the device it didn't need to reach for before. Be it games, social media, Internet browsing, or just messaging, thumbs have become overused and worn out. This is causing O2 some concern and it has just the right solution to fix it.

Skype video messaging outed in updated Terms of Service

We've heard that Skype is planning some kind of video messaging service a few times in the past, but today the rumored feature is rearing its head once again. This time around, it's Skype's Terms of Service that hold the details, confirming video messaging and going into detail about what users will be able to do. Needless to say, Skype's premium members will enjoy more freedom when it comes to video messaging.

Motorola DROID Bionic Ultimate Hands-on and Unboxing [Video]

It's finally here! The Motorola Droid Bionic has officially landed and today Verizon announced that it will be available starting Thursday, September 8th, for just $299. We have been waiting for what seems like a year for the Droid Bionic and now that it is finally here we at Android Community have plenty of videos, pictures, and benchmarks for you guys. This is our ultimate hands-on and unboxing video of the Motorola Droid Bionic and all of the accessory docks too. Check it all out below.

ASUS Transformer How-to and FAQ Video Round-Up

The teams have ASUS have been busy with the launch of devices like the ASUS EeePad Transformer tablet running on the greatest OS of all times -- Android! Recently for anyone that may follow them on Twitter (assuming you've not left for G+) you've probably seen the upwards of 10 or so videos they have posted recently all about the Transformer. Feel free to follow them at @ASUS, and us at @androids. Being the nice guy I am I've gathered them all right here just for your viewing pleasure.

XPERIA Play and Arc Android 2.3.3 update released with Facebook Inside [Video]

Sony Ericsson has begun pushing out its Android 2.3.3 update the the XPERIA Arc and XPERIA Play. The update includes the new Facebook Inside XPERIA functionality which Sony Ericsson debuted on the XPERIA min and mini pro. That inserts deeper Facebook integration through the various preloaded apps, including the ability to "Like" the track you're currently listening to in the media player, share updates more quickly, and pull Facebook events down into the phone's calendar. There's also various other bugfixes and the like, along with Google's own minor improvements in 2.3.3. It's rolling out progressively across markets - no word on which is first at this stage - so don't be surprised if the update doesn't show up on your phone quite yet. Sony Ericsson has also confirmed that the Gingerbread update for the XPERIA X10 will include Facebook Inside XPERIA too.
  • Battery performance
  • General software stability
  • Wi-Fi stability
  • HD Video recording performance (Xperia arc)
  • Touch responsiveness
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RIM demos Android apps on BlackBerry PlayBook [Video] [Updated]

RIM has demonstrated Android apps running on the BlackBerry PlayBook, the company's strategy for significantly boosting the number of titles available for the QNX tablet later in 2011, and giving Android developers another outlet for their coding wares. Demonstrating the functionality at BlackBerry World 2011 this morning - in an event that also bizarrely saw Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer take to the stage - RIM confirmed that gestures on the PlayBook would be mapped to the various Android button-presses. Each app will run in its own virtual machine, loading from the standard file rather than any sort of recompiled binary. To the user, it will be completely seamless: they will simply have Android app shortcuts mixed in with native BlackBerry app shortcuts. As for distribution, rather than putting the Android Market onto the PlayBook, RIM will be distributing titles through its existing App World. Developers will have to submit their titles to RIM for approval, independent from Google's approval process. Video via Ewan MacLeod Update: CrackBerry has another demo video: [youtube xWS6P3ahWYQ]
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