Our capabilities of our current phone and mobile devices surpass anything that we ever could have imagined. Present innovations have fueled a new industry in business and commerce. There seems to be an app and program for everything and it has made it easier for businesses large and small to remain lean and competitive. Data providers, like Dallas Datacenter, have seen an increase in demand for servers all over the country and globe. Yet, still one thing has remained an issue with many of our handheld devices: and that issue has been storage space, or at least until now.
Not so long ago, Netflix rolled out the Android version of its app. The bad side to this launch was that it didn’t work with all Android devices and had a short supported devices list. As always, XDA Developers has changed the whole landscape. Yup, the app has been modified to work on a larger number of Android devices.
Those of you who follow me on Twitter may have noticed the change of location on my profile page. Yes, I am now in Dubai and Yesterday I went to the World Trade Center to attend the Hotel Show where Samsung was exhibiting its products. And as you might have guessed, I got to play with the new Galaxy Tab 10.1, the video experience of which awaits you after the break.
The question of who will be the winner in the Android v/s iPad fight has been on the mind of many gadget lovers out there. Eric Schmidt found himself in a similar situation and as expected predicted that the consumers will eventually prefer Android over the iPad.
One thing we know about Samsung is that it loves promoting its products through videos, lots of them. Galaxy S II aka Galaxy S 2 is the gadget maker’s latest Android sensation, one that deserves all the video promotion it can get. Samsung realizes this fact very well and has rolled out a video that takes us on an in-depth tour of their antennagate free Gingerbread flagship device. Official Live demo video awaits you after the break.
When the iPhone 4 (sans the white iPhone 4) was found guilty of suffering from the antennagate issue, we knew from that moment onwards any new smartphone that goes live would be subjected to the death grip test. Galaxy S II was no exception and was put under the same signal drop test. And as mentioned in the post title, Sammy’s latest Android sensation, just like its predecessor doesn’t suffer from the signal loss problem. Video proof awaits you after the jump.
XDA Developers continue to surprise us with Android ports and hacks. What has been ported this time? Well, Galaxy Tab owners will be pleased to know that the all new Touch Wiz 4, that Samsung is shipping with the super fast Galaxy S II, has made its way to the aging Galaxy Tab.
The moment which you all Angry Birds Rio fanatics have been waiting for has finally arrived. Rovio Mobile has announced via their Facebook page that the Beach Volley update for the extremely popular Angry Birds Rio has gone live.
Now that’s what I call a pleasant surprise. XDA developer dastion1015 has done the seemingly impossible, as the hacker has managed to port Honeycomb to the very popular HTC Hero. How stable is the port? Find the answer after the jump.
The HTC Incredible S was designed to fill the 4-inch screen gap that this now infamous Taiwanese manufacturer had in the United Kingdom; it also covers the lower end of the price spectrum quite nicely and should become a keen rival to most other smartphones within this price bracket (which comes in more affordably than high-end handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy S and iPhone 4 – costing a relatively small £25 a month).