Nokia Was Secretly Developing Android Phone Before Microsoft’s Purchase

Nokia Was Secretly Developing Android Phone Before Microsoft’s Purchase

We know that Microsoft has bought Nokia’s handset division for $7.17 billion. This clearly means that future Nokia phones will run on Windows OS. But lately it’s been reported that Nokia was developing an Android phone before Microsoft purchased it.

By On September 15, 2013 Respond
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Android Users May Finally Be Able To Update Devices On Their Own

Android Users May Finally Be Able To Update Devices On Their Own

Android users have long complained about most Android vendors for implementing software updates from Google bit too late. The reason is because most vendors tend to use a customized version of Android and can’t update immediately, given the work they have to do to incorporate a new version of Android OS from Google. However, this may finally change now.

By On August 20, 2012 Respond
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Android 5.0 Is Coming In This Summer

Android 5.0 Is Coming In This Summer

Google is not providing more information about upcoming version of Android 5.0 and we hear just in dribs and drabs information. Even the rumors is saying that this version will be available this summer, but the nick name of this version is not select yet. What do you think, which nick name will be used to explain Android 5.0?

By On February 29, 2012 Respond
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Android 5.0 Code-Named ‘Jelly Bean’, Rumored To Launch In Q2 This Year

Android 5.0 Code-Named ‘Jelly Bean’, Rumored To Launch In Q2 This Year

Although iOS devices keep the crown for staying on top both in tablet and smartphone market, Android devices are gaining traction very fast and many experts have projected them as being the imminent winner in the long-run. Also, the market of Android devices is expanding literally by millions by each passing month. So it is only natural that world looks very eagerly towards Google for new Android OS releases. It is now being rumored that Google may release Android 5, code-named ‘Jelly Bean’ some time in Q2.

By On February 21, 2012 Respond
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Pantech Burst: Ruby Red (AT&T) 4G Phone Powered By Android

Pantech Burst: Ruby Red (AT&T) 4G Phone Powered By Android

Pantech Burst is the first 4G LTE device from Pantech in AT&T’s device portfolio. The Burst combines 4G LTE speed with a 1.2 GHz Scorpion processor and it runs on Android OS. Burst’s full touch 4-inch Super AMOLED display allows for comfortable browsing and a more vibrant multimedia viewing experience when streaming content or viewing movies on the device.

By On February 19, 2012 Respond
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Sony Ericsson ST25i Kumquat – First Real Leaked Photo?

Sony Ericsson ST25i Kumquat – First Real Leaked Photo?

As the Mobile World Congress date draws near, we expect to find out more news about the upcoming smartphones brought by the world’s biggest developers. But until then, we could start and make some predictions about a leaked photographed that apparently showcases Sony’s upcoming ST25i “Kumquat” Android smartphone.

By On January 31, 2012 Respond
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Asus Promises Fix For Transformer Prime ICS ‘Lockups’ In February

Asus Promises Fix For Transformer Prime ICS ‘Lockups’ In February

Asus recently released an update for the users of Transformer Prime tablets. This update enabled the users to switch from Android’s Honeycomb version to Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). While this has added a new dimension of functionality to the tablets, the new update has also brought a number of problems for the users. The main problem, which many users have reported, is that they are experiencing random lockups on their devices ever since they updated to ICS. These lockups apparently do not occur for a specific reason and may occur any time while using ICS.

By On January 29, 2012 Respond
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Ice Cream Sandwich: A Smooth Experience On Asus Transformer Prime

Ice Cream Sandwich: A Smooth Experience On Asus Transformer Prime

Asus Transformer Prime has already struck a chord with a lot reviewers for being the thinnest and lightest tablet that is currently available. Moreover, the tablet earlier tooled a Honeycomb OS by Google which was pretty cool. Now, however, Asus sent over an Ice Cream Sandwich update for Transformer Prime tablets, something Asus had long promised. And this latest version of Android OS works as fine as anything on the tablet. There are some minor noticeable changes with this change in OS which are detailed below.

By On January 28, 2012 Respond
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Annoying Issues With Android Ice Cream Sandwich On Asus Transform Prime

Annoying Issues With Android Ice Cream Sandwich On Asus Transform Prime

Apparently, after a big cheer for the latest Android 4.0 known under the sweeter name of Ice Cream Sandwich, being available on Asus’ high end tablet Transformer Prime, a big disappointment followed. Many users noticed that the attempt to get the promised Android Ice Cream Sandwich on their tablet failed and an error message about an unknown serial number problem, under the ‘About tablet’ menu.

By On January 19, 2012 Respond
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Tablets Will Have Significantly Increased Resolutions in 2012

Tablets Will Have Significantly Increased Resolutions in 2012

As the rumors about the new top of the line tablet Apple’s next generation iPad intensify, analysts are trying to figure out what the competitors will do and how the products on the market are going to evolve. Previously, tablets gained with each generation more powerful processors and more RAM but the display resolution hasn’t got that expected leap that users expect. Many tablets on the market have screen resolutions of 1024×768, 1024×600, and even 800×600.

By On December 13, 2011 1 Response
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Android Honeycomb Not A Success At Sales

Android Honeycomb Not A Success At Sales

When Android Honeycomb was released, there was a lot of speculation in the tablet market. Vendors, especially those shipping out Android tablets running Honeycomb, were very hopeful that this will help them make big. But apparently, there hopes are not very well-placed. According to stats gathered from multiple sources, Honeycomb tablets constitute a mere 1 to 2 percent of total Android tablets being used right now.

By On December 11, 2011 1 Response
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Easter Egg On Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Easter Egg On Android Ice Cream Sandwich

In case you don’t know, Easter eggs are the small, cute, pleasant surprises developers leave in their products so as to be discovered by the user. The best element that these Easter eggs contain is that of surprise and a sense of discovery. As it is, recently users have discovered a cool Easter in Android OS Ice Cream Sandwich.

By On December 3, 2011 Respond
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According To Results, Galaxy Nexus Comes With Huge Improvements By Google

According To Results, Galaxy Nexus Comes With Huge Improvements By Google

Google’s Galaxy Nexus is a huge improvement, both in software and hardware, as compared to the earlier Android models. According to different tests carried out by AnandTech on Galaxy Nexus and Apple’s iPhone 4S, the Android phone has outdone iPhone 4S in a number of things.

By On November 21, 2011 Respond
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iPad 2 With iOS 5 vs Windows 8 Tablet

iPad 2 With iOS 5 vs Windows 8 Tablet

Winrumors has posted a very interesting video of an iPad 2 running iOS 5 compared to a Windows 8 Slate and the video goes over almost every feature that these tablets offer, from lock-screen to social network integration. The certain features like Mail, Calendar and App Store could not be compared between the two as these features are not available yet on the Windows 8 developer preview build…………….

By On September 16, 2011 Respond
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Upcoming Amazon Tablet Will Be Hundreds Less Then iPad

Upcoming Amazon Tablet Will Be Hundreds Less Then iPad

Amazon has plans to launch several new Android tablets, perhaps in a bid to compete against other Android tablets, but perhaps a bigger fish is in Amazon’s sights with Apple’s very own iPad 2 and Amazon will be launching their upcoming tablet for a much cheaper price compared to Apple’s iPad. Amazon claim that it will sell for hundreds less than the iPad 2………………

By On August 27, 2011 Respond
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