Home » Posts tagged with » Android (Page 2)

The Best Operating System of 2012

We continue our look back at what has made the year 2012 and in our review could not miss the best operating system . This year in this category were indistinguishable for desktop systems and mobile. It has been a year of big news, both in regard to the world of mobile and desktop, so let the voting results [...]




Read More

Top 10 Best Android Apps of 2012, According to Google (Download)

After seeing what are the most clicked videos from YouTube users, the more words you are looking on the web via search engine and doodle the most beautiful of the year, here is that Google acts to formalize its Top 10  of the best Android applications  in relation to 2012 now come to an end.




Read More

10 Typical Technology Equipment to Integrate Android

All of these Android Products are not the Phone or Tablet. Android OS has become popular in a few years. Currently in the world there are more than 500 million Android devices are being used and 1.3 million new devices added every day, accounting for three-quarters of the market share of smart phones today. However, Android does [...]




Read More

Critical Vulnerability in Samsung Android Smartphones

A weak spot can be seen on Android smartphones that are powered by the Samsung Exynos 4210 and 4412 CPUs to run code with kernel privileges. Thus, on the one hand owners of the affected smartphones get root rights – on the other hand, the gap is also to inject malicious code from malicious apps.




Read More

Apple Legend Guy Kawasaki Reveals, Why Android is Better than iOS!

It is amazing that Apple Legend Guy Kawasaki thinks that Android is Better than iOS! Former Apple Legend Guy Kawasaki who was marketing person for Apple since the original Macintosh and later became Apple Evangelist reveals to ReadWrite in his conversion, explaining the reasons why Android is better than iOS  and why Google’s operating system should support the Steve Jobs philosophy “Think [...]




Read More

“Google Maps for iOS is Better than Android Version”, Google Admits

Google, a few hours after the release of the iOS version of Google Maps , admits that the iPhone version of the satellite navigation app is even better than Android version. The functions that are missing today will also be supported in subsequent updates.




Read More

“YotaPhone” First Android Phone With Dual Display Coming in 2013

The Yota Devices is a new company in the manufacturing of mobile devices  and presents the first prototype Android smartphone with dual display,bears a Gorilla Glass 4.3-inch 720 x 1,280 LCD display on the front, a 200dpi E Ink rear display of the same size and toughness and other very interesting technical features, is scheduled to be released in the [...]




Read More

Top Gadgets,Games and Apps for 2012 According to The TIME Magazine

The TIME magazine  published a list of the best gadgets top games and top apps  of the year 2012 and highlighting iPhone 5 of Apple as best device for the year . Apple may be responsible for some of the biggest steps forward for the industry are equally good at dealing with small details that other companies ignore. Editor of [...]




Read More

Galaxy S3 Starts Receiving Android 4.1.2 with Multi-View

The Galaxy S3 is already receiving the update to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. The new version of Google’s mobile operating system brings to the mobile Samsung diverse resources, some inherited from the “big brother” Galaxy Note 2 . However, updade is restricted for now, users of Poland. Among the highlights of the update is the Multi-View feature, which takes advantage of the 4.8-inch screen to operate multiple [...]




Read More

Facebook Mimics WhatsApp Messenger for Android Phone

The Facebook launched on Tuesday (4) an update to its Messenger for Android that allows the user to connect using only your name and phone number. With this news, the app starts working as a true free messaging service, similar to WhatsApp – which, according to rumors,may be purchased by Facebook itself .




Read More

Google I/O 2013 is Confirmed on May 15-17

Yes, it’s solely December, and no, it’s ne’er too early to start out puzzling over following Google I/O. Grab your permanent markers and X off might 15-17 on your calenders. Wait a minute… what am I talking regarding, nobody uses paper calendars any longer. Okay, mark your Google calenders, set your reminders, follow the hashtag [...]




Read More

Facebook has Launched a new Dangerous Service in Secret for Users, According to IT Analysts

And that would allow unlimited access right now due to the new service, Photo Sync, which launched Facebook from Friday, without much fuss, writes Daily Mail .




Read More