If you have been planning on laying your hands on a really affordable Android laptop, here is your chance. Archos Arcbook is a 10.1-inch touchscreen laptop which comes with the unbelievable price tag of $169.99.
The smartphones available in the market today range from sub-$200 devices from Chinese manufacturers all the way up to $600+ for Samsung and Apple handsets. ARM is now aiming to bring smartphones to the very bottom of the food chain with its upcoming $20 handset.
Android OS running handsets have enormous secret codes which you may not know. So today, we have come up with a list containing hidden Android secret codes for Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, LG and other devices.
If you park a vehicle in a huge parking space, it is often a nightmare to find the car again on the way back. Google Now aims to resolve this problem with a new feature which lets you keep track of the parked car.
Google’s Nexus line-up of smartphones and tablets has been fairly popular, although it hasn’t been too successful in terms of sales. The search giant is now aiming to replace its Nexus branding with the premium Android ‘Silver’ program.
Remember Flappy Bird, the game where we had to swear and scream in frustration while the bird flew a whimsical flight? And the fun rules of 2048? Well, here’s a mashup which combines the crazy, fun elements of both games into one: the Flappy48.
We have seen the price baseline adjust substantially in the Android market recently, with the highly affordable Nexus handsets. ‘One’ by OnePlus is yet another handset that packs top-end specs but comes with an extraordinary price of $299.
Google Glass users who have an Android device have long been able to read their text messages on Glass screen. The search giant is due to roll out an update soon which would allow iOS users to enjoy a similar functionality on their Glass units.
Google has released a Google Play version of its stock Android camera app. The app comes after a lot of anticipation and with a whole plethora of brilliant features. Here’s a quick rundown of the app’s features and functionality.
The security firm FireEye has spotted a critical vulnerability in Android. The vulnerability allows a seemingly benign app with normal permissions to create fake app icons and route users to malicious sites.
Google rolled out the latest version of Android, branded ‘KitKat’, six months ago. To date, only 10% Android devices run this version. Such sluggish adoption rate is even slower than the adoption rate of Android Jelly Bean.
Ever since the Heartbleed bug afflicting the otherwise highly secure OpenSSL protocol was discovered, the internet has been a flurry of security warnings. Lookout’s new app now helps Android users see if the Heartbleed bug affects their devices.
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