Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy S4 zoom smartphone. It is much more than a smartphone as you can see from the photos below. It is basically a hybrid between the Galaxy S4 mini and the Galaxy Camera. So you have a solid smartphone functionality with the versatility of the good camera with zoom lens and proper flash.
Well guys be prepared to use mobile phones and laptops running Android and Chrome OS using AMD chips under the cover. Sources tell us that the chip makers are designing processors for Android and Chrome OS. AMD will still be dedicated to windows machine, but they do plan to spread out to mobile industry in the near future.
It seems like Toshiba has its own charm by doing it three times. Earlier it was the “thrive” series and then coming up a bit short with it’s the “Excite” line. The company has completely replaced it with three new models which include Excite pure, Excite pro and Excite Write sharing almost the same body and dimensions.
Well awaited Dell Android ‘Ophelia’ PC is now ready to be shipped in July. This unique device apparently looks like a flash drive. It’s hard to believe that all pc like facilities are available in this little thumb sized device. It plugs in the HDMI port of HDTV, monitors etc which immediately turns it into a smart device. Users would be able to access apps from Google Play store and will be able to download Android games, stream movies and TV’s show. It also features Bluetooth so the user can connect wireless mouse and keyboard to it. Wifi is also made available to connect to the local network.
Yesterday we talked about HP’s Split X2. HP also announced the Android-based SlateBook X2. HP with its SlateBook is going a step further by introducing the latest offering from NVIDIA, the ‘Tegra4’ in its Android tablet.
We have not heard that much on NVIDIA’s front about Project Shield, the portable console built around Google’s Android operating system. Well it looks like you will be able to pick one up next month for $349. You can actually pre-order yours on May 20th if you want to be one of the first to get your hands on this device! NVIDIA has gone with Shield and dropped the “Project” from the name.
We live in a word where media is at our fingertips, we can instantly stream and watch content with ease. With that many different media players have emerged to make this process much easier, especially in a living room setting. Today we are taking a look at not only a media player, but a full on Android box. Pivos says the XIOS is “The marriage between digital home entertainment and the powerful Android platform” and it really is. You can use it as a media player, you can download games to play on it, you can also use it to be productive. The options are really endless as there are so many applications available for the Android operating system. Read on as we take a look…
The data stored in our phones are invaluable, and losing them by any chance would be nothing short of a nightmare to us. For this reason, there are several security apps available today in the market and it is crucial that you select the best one among them for your phone. Today, many of us have an android phone and thus keeping all the data stored on it safely is our key concern. Although they are loaded with a number of amazing features, android phones are extremely vulnerable and thus protecting it from any malware attack is quite important. There are some well-known security apps in the market today, which are capable of relieving you from the trauma of losing any important info from your Android phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is a very interesting device as it is a camera that runs on Android. Samsung has been selling the Galaxy Camera (3G/4G-capable versions) for a while now, but today they have announced the Wi-Fi only version of the camera. This gives users who do not want to purchase a data plan with the camera the camera the ability to still use it. The camera will be available later this month for $449.99.
For many mobile users, note-taking apps and services are an indispensable tool to keep track of their schedule and tasks. In fact, Apple mobile users have long been enjoying the built-in Note feature on their devices for creating basic to-do list, while others refer to Evernote and Workflowy for more elaborate note-taking tasks. Fortunately, Google is jumping into the bandwagon. With what appears as a long overdue reply to Evernote and Apple’s built-in Note feature, Google has just unveiled its own note-taking service app called Keep, giving Android phone users a faster way to make and save reminders and notes.
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