After Google pushed the Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean OTA update at I/O and released the Nexus 7 factory image for download, XDA developers have been hard at work porting the new version of Android to their favorite smartphones.
You may have heard of Disney’s impressive, ‘Where’s My Water?’ game on iOS and Android by now. The game involves directing water through various obstacles and makes excellent use of fluid physics. Now Disney has released another game called ‘Where’s My Perry?’ that, again, uses water but this time on all of its states.
The new Feature Pack for Nokia Belle may not be released yet. However, a video of the pre-release verion of 'Feature Pack 2' for Symbian Belle has leaked online. Currently available on Nokia's RDA (Remote Device Access), which only Nokia registered developers have access to, allows for Symbian Belle FP2 to be tried out in an emulator.
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"At the announcement of the latest iteration of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google unveiled their updated Voice Search engine. It’s not exactly a virtual personal assistant but we decided to just go with it and see how it stacks up against one of the best ones out there – Apple’s Siri.
It’s this time of the year again, and we’re expecting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to be unveiled tomorrow evening at the Google I/O keynote. If you had any doubts about it, Google is eager to dispel it.
Today they’ve put up one of their customary over-sized figures (or statues, if you will) to commemorate their next Android release.
A promo video has leaked online showing Nokia Air, the company's own cloud syncing solution, which may make itself available to customers in the future.
No, we didn't miss the 'sneek peek' of the much awaited Windows Phone 8. We were just waiting to grab hold of a few more interesting stuff, so that we could add them to make a beautiful looking feature-like story.
Anyways, here's the news. Microsoft held a press event on Wednesday, to give us a "sneak peek of the future of Windows Phone". Terry Myerson, VP of Windows Phone, also managed to push forward the news that took seven of the top nine phones in Amazon's marketplace are Windows Phone handsets.
No, No, No. It is, a fair comparison. I would say that because what we have here are two smartphones, with the latest hardware and equally new software. So what we should get here are fairly equal comparisons and hopefully, similar results.
It's a problem that has plagued us all for decades. How do you ensure that your TV goes well with your furniture? How do you find a cabinet upon which your TV might perch with regal grace? And how do you deal with all those cables?
Well, at least IKEA did think that way. Because we hear that they are launching something called the 'Uppleva', which is apparently a TV that's built in with the cabinet on which it stands.
Firstly, I would like to disappoint you by saying that, this test was not actually conducted by us. Obviously, that was because we (yep, me) do not own any Android or iOS device. It is a shame, but since GSMArena embeds their videos, we simply picked it up from YouTube. However, all the credit, top to bottom goes to their website, for putting up such a marvelous test.
"Thank You GSMArena. All the credit goes to you guys."