Some Nexus 7 owners reported that Google pushed a minor update, a.k.a. Android 4.1.2. This update promises improved performance, stability and fix for a few known bugs. Most prominent change seemed to be the support for landscaped home screen in the tablet.
The mobile phone that Apple is most worried about, a.k.a. Galaxy SIII, is currently Samsung’s most successful, ever. With over 20 million sold in just 100 days, things look really good for the $143 billion Korean giant.
A new 7-inch tablet has been announced by Google in today’s opening day keynote at Google I/O 2012. Manufactured by Taiwanese giant, Asus, the Nexus 7 will feature a (scratch-resistant glass) 7-inch IPS display with 1280×800 pixels and will be powered by a 1.3GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core CPU, that also includes a 12-core GPU.
Hop on to your app developing mode with the Android Stencil Kit. Shape up your application very easily with the various set of icons provided on the stainless steel tool.
The world’s cheapest tablet a.k.a Aakash, is already successful. Selling at $41 (INR 2500) a piece, there are over 1.4 million orders placed since its launch in India on December 14th, 2011!
Google introduces Currents, an app for the Android and iOS platform that will allow users to read various contents from AllThingsD, PBS, Huffington Post, Fast Company, Google RSS feeds and more, with a magazine-like look and feel. So, is it a competitor for Flipboard? Well, we will soon know.
It is no wonder that Android is the most popular smartphone OS at this time. That’s not it. It has an equally popular app market. Google also revealed that the Android Market has reached 10 billion downloads as well!
Rubik’s cube could be fun for some, could be interesting for some while for some it can be just a puzzle to while away time with. Although most of us might dread at the thought of a solving a Rubik’s cube, there are a few who can live up to the challenge and make it work at mind blowing speeds.
This was inevitable. Amazon finally launches their first Android-based 7-inch tablet. Called the Fire, the tablet is competitively priced at $199 a piece. Fire features Wi-Fi (but no 3G), a 7-inch IPS display (1024×600), a dual-core CPU and weighs just 14.6 ounces.