Flash Player for Nexus One has just came out of beta and version 10.1.92.8 is available for download. According to sources, Motorola Droid users will be able to download the update soon enough while there is no word on availability for HTC Evo users so far. You can download the Flash Player 10.1 on your […]
Google outs a Voice Action app that lets Android smartphone users to perform tasks like send message, send email, find directions and much more using voice commands. Voice recognition has always been a difficult area among researches as slight variation in accent and tone can result in unrecognizable words, but that seems a history as […]
Believe it or not, programmer Andreas Grech has made a Chrome Plugin (third-party extensions) that can fetch and users’ login information and send him as an email. He has been successful in fetching email IDs and passwords against them for websites like Twitter, Gmail, and Facebook. Andreas says:
Google will launch Chrome Web Store later this year that will provide a marketplace for web apps. These web apps can be downloaded to Google Chrome or any other browser that supports modern web standards. Developers can join the developer discussion groups along with reading the preliminary documentation to start developing apps for the chrome […]
The dust of iPad hasn’t settled down and Apple is playing the next big card. Apple is planning for the personalized mobile advertising which might be called iAd. The name is a little silly, but consumers will absorb it. iAd will be providing targeted, location-based ads. Apple might release iAd on 7th April. Nothing has […]
Chrome OS is among the latest operating system by Google for next generation devices. The operating system is designed especially for netbooks or low powered devices, but you can also enjoy the experience on your laptop and desktop. The simplest way to run the Chrome OS on your computer is by making its Bootable/Live flash […]
The next generation Android based Google Nexus One smartphone is expected to be offered by Walmart. The company already offers nearly all of the Android based phones and some internal documents shows reference to Nexus One.
I think Google deliberately disabled multitouch in Nexus One. The multitouch is fully supported by Nexus One hardware and the Android OS. Maybe it’s all part of the plan to let developers do the trick. All those who have N1 by now must be missing the iPhone multitouch feel in it. But we all knew […]
Here is a test between some of the leading smartphones including Apple iPhone 3GS, Google Nexus One, Motorola Droid and HTC Droid Eris. The tests check the sensitivity and accuracy of the touch panels of these smart devices.