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Archos Gen 10 Tablet Will Launch In Late August

Archos Gen 10 Tablet Will Launch In Late August

Archos first announced its Gen 10 Android tablet in March when the company rolled out its 2012 product lineup as a tablet maker. According to the company’s Facebook page, the G10 will be available in 3 weeks. That means, we have to wait till end of August to get it. The company did not add nothing new in the device, that means the specifications are the same when it has been introduced. But we already know that this device will work with a keyboard dock like Asus Transformer series.

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Developer Shows How To Enable Multi-User Functionality In Android

Developer Shows How To Enable Multi-User Functionality In Android

The latest Android release from Google, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, has introduced a number of new features to the mobile platform. However, it seems that the true potential of Jelly Bean is yet to be realized and there is space for many new features. A developer on the xda-developers forum has demonstrated one such feature – multi-user functionality in Android – through a video.

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Samsung Rolls Out Android 4.0 For Galaxy Tab Tablets

Samsung Rolls Out Android 4.0 For Galaxy Tab Tablets

Samsung had released Android 4.0 for its 10.1-inch and 7.0 Plus tablet models in UK, earlier. The update can be downloaded Over-the-air (OTA) or installed through Kies software application for the Samsung devices. However, Samsung was hush about Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates for the rest of its tablet lineup. Now Samsung has rolled out Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) for Galaxy Tab tablets in UK.

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[Tips] How To Speed Up Samsung Galaxy S III

[Tips] How To Speed Up Samsung Galaxy S III

Although Samsung Galaxy S III is already running pretty smoothly there are few things you can change in your Samsung Galaxy S III which can result a faster respond of user interface on user inputs. In this tutorial I will show you which changes you need to make in order for that to happen.

By On August 3, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Replace Predictions By Punctuation Marks In The Android Jelly Bean Keyboard

[Tutorial] How To Replace Predictions By Punctuation Marks In The Android Jelly Bean Keyboard

Jelly Bean has brought us many new features to our Android devices, but some of them can become a little crazy. In my case I took one of the most basic elements: the keyboard. It has a slight change from previous versions of Android, after entering a word, instead of the punctuation marks at the top of the keyboard, it shows a prediction system. It suggests words based on your typing to save time. It is a very useful, and the more you use the more efficient it becomes, but the problem is that it slows down the introduction of punctuation marks and in this tutorial I will show you how to replace it.

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President Obama And Mitt Romney Launch New iOS Apps For Upcoming Election Day

President Obama And Mitt Romney Launch New iOS Apps For Upcoming Election Day

The Election Day is going to held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. The US President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, both are busy taking their campaigns using information-laced technology. To share their words and approach to public, both of them have launched new iOS apps.

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[Tutorial] How To Remove Spam Ads From Your Android Notification Bar

[Tutorial] How To Remove Spam Ads From Your Android Notification Bar

There are plenty of Android apps that use so-called “Ad Services” which have the ability to change your Android device in the way you may not have wanted. Some of those changes are constant messages visible in your Notification Bar or adding shortcuts in your home screen without warning you even if you disabled the options to create them. There are also those that change your default browser home page or those that collect your phone information’s. If you want to stop those apps from doing preciously mentioned things I will help you to easily detect them and then remove from your Android device.

By On August 3, 2012 4 Responses
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Sony Xperia 2011 Devices Will Get Android Jelly Bean?

Sony Xperia 2011 Devices Will Get Android Jelly Bean?

Earlier this week, we have reported about Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Sony Xperia Arc S and Xperia Mini Pro. The news broke through a Q&A session with Sony Mobile UK Product Manager, John Cooper. During the Q&A session in Facebook, he mentioned that the Sony Xperia devices rolled out in 2011 will not get the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. Recent report says he was misinformed.

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Sony Xperia Tablet Details Leaked, An Android Powered Surface-style Tablet For $449.99

Sony Xperia Tablet Details Leaked, An Android Powered Surface-style Tablet For $449.99

Japan-based electronic giant Sony is bringing an ideal successor of its Tablet S – a thinner Android tablet like Microsoft Surface tablet. German news site Mobiflip has revealed the images of the upcoming tablet from Sony. The tablet is not only thinner than its predecessor, but also lighter and more powerful. Report says, Sony will launch the device under its Xperia brand. The Xperia tablet may be revealed at the IFA trade show in Berlin.

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Nexus Q Launch Halted, Pre-orderers Will Get Free Device

Nexus Q Launch Halted, Pre-orderers Will Get Free Device

Last month, Google announced a new piece of hardware called Nexus Q, at its I/O conference. This social media streaming player was supposed to be available to consumers from mid-July. But that didn’t happen. Google has postponed the consumer launch of the Nexus Q to improve the device further. But Google will not send the pre-orderers into despair. The company has decided to ship free Nexus Q players to the pre-orderers.

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[Tutorial] How To Upgrade Galaxy Nexus To Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

[Tutorial] How To Upgrade Galaxy Nexus To Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Thanks to XDA forum we have an image of the Android 4.1 version for the Galaxy Nexus which was given at the Google I/O 2012. So if you are one of those who like to be trendy, this tutorial will teach you how to install Android 4.1 on your Galaxy Nexus. The idea is to unlock the bootloader to be able to install ClockworkMod, we will flash the phone in recovery mode with the Android 4.1 ROM. The process of installing the recovery includes loss of data, so it is advisable to backup your data.

By On August 1, 2012 1 Response
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According To Wind-up Knight Developer, iOS Piracy Rates Are Higher Than Android

According To Wind-up Knight Developer, iOS Piracy Rates Are Higher Than Android

Some days ago we have seen, a Scottish app developer called Matt Gemmell has claimed that Android app store has been designed for piracy. Another developer trusts that the opposite is true. Wind-up Knight is a popular game for both Android and iOS platforms. Its developer and also the founder of Robot Invader named Chris Pruett said that “For the record, our piracy rate is about 12% on Android and about 15% on iOS.”

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HTC Desire VC Powered By Android 4.0

HTC Desire VC Powered By Android 4.0

HTC Desire VC is another powerful smartphone in HTC Desire series of smartphones. Initially, the company has released this phone in India and Indonesia. Desire VC is a dual SIM smartphone that lets you stay connected with two different numbers. Its large 4-inch display and enhanced music quality with Beats Audio will obviously attract you. This phone is loaded with Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Its 1650 mAh Li-Ion battery also ensures the long life.

By On July 31, 2012 Respond
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[Tips] How To Save Battery On Your Smartphone – Infographic

[Tips] How To Save Battery On Your Smartphone – Infographic

The guys at Lookout Mobile have developed an interesting infographic showing a series of simple steps, by which we can extend the battery life of your smart phone enormously. This is supported by a survey showing that 59% of smartphone users say the battery life of a phone is essential to them when deciding on either model.

By On July 31, 2012 2 Responses
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HTC Elucidates Why Android 4.0 Update To Desire HD Canceled

HTC Elucidates Why Android 4.0 Update To Desire HD Canceled

Some days ago, we have reported about that the Android 4.0 upgrade to the HTC Desire HD has been officially canceled. Though, the smartphone’s hardware is almost similar to its newer phones that nicely runs on Ice Cream Sandwich. Previously, the reason of cancel was not clear. Now, HTC has elucidated that why the company cancelled the update of Ice Cream Sandwich to HTC Desire HD. Because of the Desire HD’s internal memory storage partition issue, the company couldn’t push for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgradation.

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