Samsung Galaxy Tab, Officially Unveiled

by on September 2, 2010
in Android, Gadgets

Samsung has finally, and officially, unveiled the most leakiest tablet ever – the Samsung Galaxy Tab – today during a press conference at the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin.

They call this device a “smart media device” that can do just about anything. We already seen it a number of times in leaked photos and video, but never got a clear view of what features it packs in itself.

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Android 2.2 for Samsung Galaxy S Now Available

by on August 31, 2010
in Android, Gadgets

Android 2.2 (Froyo) update for the Samsung Galaxy S is now available for download from Samsung Kies software.

This is the official update rolled out for Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 users, and brings a host of new features, bug fixes and some major improvement to the overall OS.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Official Teaser Video

by on August 25, 2010
in Android, Gadgets

Samsung Galaxy Tab is the most leaked tablet ever! Tech specs, photos, and now also a leaked video in the wild – The Samsung tablet has made appearances in every form. But now, it’s official.

Samsung has put up a teaser website for the Samsung Galaxy Tab which shows a Flash video of the tablet and tells us the announcement date.

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Flash Player 10.1 Final for Android 2.2

by on August 17, 2010
in Android, Mobile Apps

adobe-flash-logoAdobe yesterday released the final version of Flash Player 10.1 for Android. Flash Player 10.1 has been in beta since its announcement at the Google I/O in May, but they finally released Flash Player 10.1 yesterday.

Flash Player 10.1 doesn’t show any major improvement in performance since the its beta 3 release, but it sure is a lot more slicker than before.

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Boost HTC Desire Battery Life

by on August 17, 2010
in Android, Tips and Tricks

Frustrated with the poor battery life of your HTC Desire? Well, we all are. Even the Nexus One users are going through the same.

HTC Desire posted a rather ridiculous (but working) trick long back on how you can boost your HTC Desire’s battery life. The same goes for the HTC Evo too. It’s ridiculous, because it involves charging your phone, then turning it off, then again charging and then turning it on and then again charging – Weird, eh?

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Dell Streak to get Froyo Update in US while UK version gets Leaked Android 2.1 Update?

by on August 16, 2010
in Android

Most of you know that Dell Streak was launched with outdated Android 1.6 OS. And after the launch, everyone speculated that Android 2.1 Eclair update will soon hit the device. Well, there is good news for all Dell Streak owners. A wave of rumors suggests that Android 2.1 Éclair update for O2 UK version of Dell Streak has been released. This might suggest that Dell is already working on the update which can hit Dell Streak users anytime.

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Droid Incredible to get Android 2.2 Froyo OTA Update on 18th August?

by on August 15, 2010
in Android

There is good news for all Droid Incredible fans. It has been revealed that Android 2.2 Froyo over-the-air update for Droid Incredible will start rolling out on Wednesday, 18th August. Mashable reports that Verizon Wireless users are already using Android 2.2 Froyo on their Droid Incredible so it is pretty obvious that it is time for the release of Android 2.2 Froyo for all Droid Incredible owners.

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Droid 2 Review by Engadget

by on August 14, 2010
in Android, Gadgets

Droid 2 is the sequel to Motorola’s one of most sold phone ever, the Motorola Droid. It packs some really handsome hardware with some nice features over the original Droid.

Engadget has done a detailed review on Motorola Droid 2 giving us a good look at it’s good and bad aspects.

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Google Voice Actions for Android: How to Use Them

by on August 13, 2010
in Android, Mobile Apps

Apart from Google Chrome to Phone, Google also made another announcement i.e new and improved Voice Actions for Android 2.2 Froyo.

Google has updated their voice-recognition tools for Android 2.2 and it now supports not just Search – but pretty much everything in your phone!

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