Category Archives: Mobile OS Devices
Acer really wants to make its presence known in the tablet market this year. The company has already introduced their Android tablets the Acer ICONIA Tab A500 (Wi-Fi only) and A501 (3G/4G) 10-inch Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets and the 7-inch Acer ICONIA Tab A100 Android 3.0 tablet. Now the Acer Iconia Tab W500 a 10.1-inch [...]
You can blame the high price. Or that it’s heavier and thicker than the iPad 2. Or the lack of 4G at launch. Whatever the reason, according to Deutsche Bank, Motorola has sold only 100,000 Xooms since it and Verizon Wireless debuted the first Android 3.0 (a.k.a. Honeycomb) tablet in late February. Meanwhile, a DigiTimes [...]
I have been using an Android phone for more than month now. I used the original iPhone which I upgraded upto iPhone 3.0. I have used newer iPhones 3GS, 4 occasionally. Here is what I find better in the Android platform
via 10 reasons why I like Android more than Apple iOS | Prakash Advani’s Blog.
Here’s the exact quote from Toshiba’s Rob Wilkinson on Aussie site Smarthouse: “We are confident that we can match Apple pricing for their new iPad 2 while delivering a device that is richer in features,” he says. “We believe that our device is superior to the Apple device, it may be a little heavier (773g) [...]
Is there a purpose reviewing the Motorola Xoom? What purpose has a tablet that is too expensive and lacks a feature that is its most important sales pitch?
We are scratching our heads here over what is going on over at Motorola (it’s just 30 miles from our office, so we should actually check.) We are [...]
Android makes it extremely difficult to take screen grabs of your phone.
There are a few apps in the Android Market that will let you do it, but they require you to root your phone, which voids your warranty.
If you’re the cautious type, there’s still a way to take screen grabs without hacking or being too [...]
At Mobile World Congress on Wednesday, Motorola Mobility chief executive Sanjay Jha came to the defense of the company’s decision to price its first Android tablet at $800. The Motorola XOOM will be a flagship Android tablet when it launches in the near future, and Motorola has slapped on a flagship price tag. With 3G [...]