By this time you might already be aware of Google’s latest and Upcoming Android Flavor – the Android L, which was showcased recently at the Google’s annual conference I/O. Remember, the Android Wear we told you about? In this post we will show you 8 spectacular images / screenshots of Android L that basically showcase … Continue reading 8 Images Of “Android L” Material UI That Will Blow Your Mind Away
Amazon has finally launched their much awaited smartphone – the Fire Phone with various innovative features. The phone runs on Android, not Google’s Android but the Android Open Source Project powered Fire OS 3.5. Manufacturers boast of many USPs (unique selling points) when they launch new devices and so is Amazon with the Fire Phone. … Continue reading 3 Awesome Features of Amazon Fire Phone – Puts Other Phones To Shame
We just reported that Samsung have launched the Galaxy S phone. Now they have revealed that the Galaxy series has a tablet too and it is called the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Not much is know about the device yet. In the above picture, it is the Galaxy tab on the right and the Galaxy S … Continue reading Samsung Reveals The Samsung Galaxy Tab
WD (Western Digital) launched it’s WD TV Live HD Media Player in the Indian Market today featuring network capability and Full-HD 1080p resolution. For all those who have seen and experienced the WD TV HD Media Player, the WD TV ‘Live’ adds a better interface, an Ethernet port, streaming of contents from popular sites such … Continue reading Western Digital unveils its WD TV Live HD Media Player in India
Dell finally unveiled it’s much rumored Mini 3i Smartphone in China during an event organized by China Mobile. The Mini 3i features a 3.5-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 360×640 pixels, a 3 Megapixel camera with LED Flash, GPS, Bluetooth, a 950mAh battery, microSD card slot and a mini USB port. It runs on the … Continue reading Dell unveils its Mini 3i Smartphone in China
Here’s another winner from Google, Google Sync, which lets you synchronize your contacts on the phone with your Google account. Now, you won’t have to worry when your phone gets lost! All your contacts would remain safe in the ‘Contacts’ in your Gmail.