Google Yesterday announced the Windows Phone UI inspired Android Market for its army of Android phones. But that announcement came with a bit of bad bad news. I say bad news because the search engine giants will be rolling out Android app first for Gingerbread powered phones. If you don’t have the latest Android running smartphone, don’t sweat as we have the recipe for getting the latest Android app. Details after the break.
First HTC made the Nexus One, then we got Samsung Nexus S. Latest reports, rather rumors suggest that the Nexus 3 will be manufactured by HTC and will have a special one click sharing button for Google+.
StealthGenie Android Mobile Spy Software anticipates personal and professional relations from falling apart
“If you expect the world to be fair with you because you are fair… It’s like expecting the lion not to eat you because you don’t eat him”
Latest technology has helped human kind immensely to prevent relations from thinning out. Android and Blackberry smartphones, with upgraded gadgets and toolkits, have eliminated chances of diminishing associations. There are a hell lot of devices available in the market and one gets extremely blank over choosing amongst them.
The title of the post doesn’t paint a pretty picture does it, particularly if you own a HTC Desire? Engadget reports that Telstra, the Australian carrier of HTC Desire plans on rolling out a Gingerbread update that will be free of HTC’s innovative custom UI, HTC Sense.
Have we got an Android rumor for you or what? BGR through its unnamed sources report that Google has acquired services of Samsung for its Android Ice Cream Sandwich flagship device, Nexus Prime. Rumored specs of Nexus Prime await you after the break.
Last few days have been nothing short of exciting for the Dubai and UAE based Samsung lovers. I say exciting because old Sammy launched its flagship Android device, the already popular Galaxy S II this Wednesday, the 22nd of June. The launch which took place at the Galleria, Mall of the Emirates was a 4 day affair and ended Yesterday. Full presser after the break.
Bit by Bit progress of upgrading Facebook for Android continues, as the official application of Facebook for Android recently got updated to version 1.6.
Now that’s what I call breaking news. The moment I came across this development, a previous rumor of Nokia manufacturing Android phones hit my mind. If the image shown below shared by Engadget, is a real deal, it means that Eldar Murtazin was bang on target and the Finlanders are building Android phones.
When Dell Pakistan launched the Dell Streak 5, the launch event of which was attended by us as well, we had only one thing on our mind – secure a review unit for ourselves and share with you the experience of using the 5 inch Tablet. We are happy to inform you that we have got our hands on the 5 inch Tablet and have compiled a quick overview video of the Tablet which you can see after the break.
We have got some good news for Desire owners. In the latest update from HTC it is confirmed that the company will now serve HTC Desire users with a Gingerbread update along with HTC Sense experience.