That’d be Android 8.1 and it will likely introduce a neat amount of changes due to the simple fact that it will be joined by a siginificant bump in the Android SDK, which is set to hit number 27. In case you didn’t know, the SDK is essentially a collection of APIs that allows third-party …
Microsoft has just released a major update for Cortana on Android devices. The new version of the app is called a “major evolution” suggesting many important features and improvements have been added. Well, let’s take a look at what Microsoft confirmed for Cortana v2.9.4, which has just been published in the Google Play Store.
First off, Cortana users will now be able to create a new list and edit list items on Android devices. Also, smart suggestions have been added too to help users do things faster and easier.
In the latest version of Cortana, …
Coolpad, which you may know as the maker of various affordable smartphones sold via T-Mobile, this week released a new Android handset that’s being offered unlocked in the US. Called Coolpad Splatter, the new phone can be bought from Amazon for $139.99.
The Coolpad Splatter doesn’t seem to have any particular strengths, other than being a cheap, decent handset. The smartphone sports a 5.5-inch IPS display with 720 x 1280 pixels, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor aided by 2 GB of RAM. On the back, the device has an 8 MP camera with LED flash, while the front hosts a …
As of this week, Cricket Wireless is selling a relatively new Samsung smartphone – the Galaxy Halo. The handset is only relatively new because it’s just a rebranded (and slightly different) variant of the Galaxy J7 Perx, which has been available since earlier this year on Sprint and its prepaid brands.
The Galaxy Halo is sold by Cricket for $179.99 (no contract required), and comes only in black. The smartphone offers LTE connectivity and support for HD Voice, sports a 5.5-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels, and is powered by an octa-core processor clocked at 1.6 GHz (most likely, this …
After testing a couple of new features through its beta channel, SwiftKey announced a new update is available for Android users of its keyboard app. Aside from the usual list of new languages supported by SwiftKey, the developers confirmed the addition of new functionalities.
First off, SwitfKey for Android now supports GIFs, but only in categories. All GIFs can be accessed from the emoji panel in case you plan on using any. Then, there are new keyboard shortcuts for Bluetooth and hard keyboards.
The new update adds support for Tamlish and Tamil transliteration. Also, transliteration …
AT&T recently released a brand new clamshell phone (aka flip phone) aimed at users who simply don’t need a smartphone.
The AT&T Cingular Flip 2 features a large physical keypad, a 2.8-inch internal display with 240 x 320 pixels, and a smaller external screen of unknown resolution – good for peeking at notifications without flipping the phone open.
The new clamshell is powered …
Gameloft is back with yet another car racing game in the Asphalt franchise, which strongly resembles the CSR series that contains some of the best-selling drag racing games.
As the title says, the game is called Asphalt Street Storm Racing and brings players into the world of drag racing. Choose your favorite supercar and drag race across the world’s top cities. Players can collect, customize and race power autos ranging from classic cars to new turbo supercars.
Aside from single player races, Gameloft’s game offers the option to take on other people …
In May 2016, Google launched Spaces, a service (and app) aimed at providing “a better group sharing experience.” Basically, Spaces was meant to be a neat product for small groups of people united by the same interests, offering an easy way to share links, photos, or videos. Now, apparently after seeing that the service is far from being popular, Google is getting ready to shut it down.
Starting March 3, Google Spaces will be read-only – users will no longer be able to create spaces, share info, comment, or send invites to other people. The service will be killed …
Amazon’s push into the private-label business continued this month, with the launch of its latest brand, Wickedly Prime. Unlike Amazon’s more recent entries in the private label space, such as Happy Belly, Mama Bear and Presto!, Wickedly Prime is the first brand since the debut of Amazon Elements two years ago to make its affiliation with Amazon known. This represents a… Read More
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In 2012, Apple has brought us a new gift — iPhone 4S, and HTC brought us HTC One X. And now, Samsung brings us a great gift — Samsung Galaxy S III. So, which one is the best? We are so confused when we make a choice among these mobile phones. Here, I want to discuss the distinct features of Galaxy S III.
Samsung Galaxy S III has a great connection function. Samsung Galaxy S III is provided with a newest connection technology. That is S beam. With S Beam, just place two Galaxy S III phones back-to-back and you can transfer photos, videos, documents and more. In just three minutes you can successfully share a 1GB video file–it’s fast, easy, and you don’t even need a Wi-Fi or cellular signal.
Samsung Galaxy S III is really smart. With the Smart Stay feature, the screen display will remain bright as long as you’re looking at the phone. Set it down, and it dims instantly. Because the front-facing camera can identify your eyes–while reading an e-book or browsing the web, for instance–it recognizes how you are using your phone and provides a bright display accordingly.
Like the Apple Siri, the S Voice feature enables the Galaxy S III to actually listen and respond to your words: tell it to wake up, snooze, take a photo, answer a call, send a text message or play a favorite song. If you’re text messaging with a friend, you can easily switch to calling them instead with the Direct Call feature. Simply lift the phone to your ear, and it automatically dials their number.
These unique features make Samsung Galaxy S III be unique in Android phones. We can say that Samsung Galaxy S III is one of the most successful Android phones, and it is one of the most comparable competitor to Apple iPhone 4S.
Now I want to introduce you an Android phone from Google. If you live in USA, you should be very happy. Google declined the price of Galaxy Nexus. You can save $ 50 now. If you are finding a gift, a Galaxy Nexus is a good choice.
Google is the focus of the world in recent days. Firstly, it released Android 4.1 in Google I/O, and Google Nexus 7 became one of the Android tablets. Now, this must be a good news for you if you want to buy a Galaxy Nexus. Galaxy Nexus’s price in Google Play is declined $ 50.
The original price of Galaxy Nexus in Google Play is $ 399, and now it is dropped to $ 349. Let’s view some details of this phone. Galaxy Nexus can support 5-band 3G network, and it can support GSM network from 200 operators in the world. Galaxy Nexus adopts a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED Contour Display, and it resolution can up to 1280 x 720. It has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, and a 1GB RAM, so Galaxy Nexus must can run smoothly. It is equipped with two cameras, a 5.0 MP Continuous auto-focus in back, and a 1.3 MP in back. The most importance is that Galaxy Nexus will be carried with Android Jelly Bean firstly. If you have bought this phone, you can upgrade your Android to Android Jelly Bean in July.
There is a pity that the price of Galaxy Nexus is only dropped in USA. Maybe some days later, users in the whole world can share the discount.
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