Apple has been dominating the smartphone and tablet market from quite some time, but there seems to be a problem in their camp as there have been reports of Apple cutting down their order for the screens of iPhone 5 by almost half for the first quarter of 2013.
HCL has launched another tablet in its Me series of devices and it’s called the HCL Me V1. It is a 7 inch Android 4.0 tablet which can also make calls. The tablet comes with a 1GHZ processor. Read after the break to find out more about this device.
We have been hearing about Tizen’s development from about a year now. We had also heard rumors about Samsung releasing Tizen-based devices this year, now they has finally confirmed that they will be launching multiple Tizen-based devices this year.
We all know that iPad actually revived the tablet market, when Microsoft’s Tablet PC concept actually backfired. Now Chitika which is a mobile ad network has reported that still the iPad leads by far when it comes to web usage.
NFC is being used for many things like sharing data, making payments, etc but this is the first time where it is being used to switches a car on and off. Hyundai has come out with a concept car which does not need any keys to open and run, it runs on NFC tags.
Huawei had announced its first quadcore device, the Ascend D Quad last year at MWC, now its successor the D2 which is also a quadcore device, will be showcased at CES.
Looks like everyone did wait till Christmas day to open their presents, as it has been reported that Android and iOS device activation was the highest ever on December 25th. According to Flurry analytics, 17.4 million Android and iOS devices were activated on Christmas day compared to an average of 4 million activations on any other day, which is an increase of a whopping 332%.
Premium suite for the original Galaxy Note was rumored to come with multi-view window, Google Now, video preview with S pen in air, etc. Now Samsung has confirmed this premium suite will be heading to Galaxy Note.
Acer has been a prime contender in the Android tablet sector. Now they are planning to release Android devices starting from $99 next year.
Looks like Samsung is launching a new Samsung Galaxy Note. The GT-N5100 just recently got benchmarked and its results turned up on GLBenchmark website. Looking at the model number, N usually is used for the Note.
Springpad is one of the best note taking applications for Android, and it has become even better. The new updated version 3.2.6 brings tablet support and various other features and bug fixes which people were experiencing on Jellybean.
Previously the iPad Mini was expected to sell around 10 million, but now DigiTimes is reporting that Apple has increased the orders from 8 to 10 million, which means that Apple might be selling around 12 million of the 7.9″ iPad Minis.
Google introduced MTP with Android 4.0, mainly because that used a single partition for the internal storage and also this enabled the usage of secondary storage even when it was being used by the PC and contents are being transferred. MTP works really well in the windows platform basically because of the drivers available. It is a real problem to use MTP on computers with any O.S other than Windows. Thanks to the guys at XDA who have come up with a solution. This guide will help all the Linux users out there to set up MTP on their computers.
Google announced in their Android blog today that developers can now use different graphic ads, promotions for different regions.
Remember the extensively leaked Sony C660X Yuga which boasts a 5″ 1080p resolution with dust and water resistance? Well, Xperia Blog now reports that this device will be launching with the name Xperia Z.