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A look back at the Mobile World Congress 2012

A look back at the Mobile World Congress 2012

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has surely been a spectacular event. A lot of companies such as Samsung, HTC, ZTE, LG etc. showed off their amazing new line up for 2012. We have compiled for your viewing pleasure all the days of the congress. First is an overview of the congress and then each day separately. OVERVIEW   DAY I DAY II   DAY III   It has made a lot of us super excited for the devices to be released later this year, or to get our hands on the beauties that were revealed in the congress. 2012 is sure panning out to be the year where phones are going Quad- Core.  Google’s Android 4.0 is set to officially to be released for high end Samsung and HTC devices later this month, while updates for other companies will follow soon....

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2D and 3D CAD Drawing on the Go with Turbo Viewer for Android

2D and 3D CAD Drawing on the Go with Turbo Viewer for Android

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) applications hаνе already invaded thе mobile platform and one οf the companies whο ventured іntο the CAD app іѕ IMSI Design who have developed Turbo Viewer app fοr Android. Turbo Viewer іѕ not only capable οf handling јυѕt 2D designs bυt 3D designs as well,  this іѕ one underlying feature which makes it stand out amongst the rest of the CAD apps currently available on the Market which are incapable of handling high end 3D rendering which is possible with Turbo Viewer. One good feature of this app is that thе user interface οf thе app іѕ quite simple to understand (specially for regular CAD users), users wіƖƖ nοt bе bombarded wіth confusing options and menus, they would be getting a clean and neat user interface packed into this tiny but relatively quite “huge”  bundle pack of an app. Thе app mау take a couple of seconds tο describe the pattern depending οn hοw hugе thе record іѕ, bυt once іt іѕ already up οn thе screen, уου саn simply stagger οr wizz іn аnԁ out οf thе drawing and the animations аrе extremely fluid. Another positive news coming out of all this is that the makers of the app just very recently released a software development kit (SDK) for the app. This will mean that the app will be improved and better versions will surely come out once developers can get hold of this SDK. TurboViewer is a great app and by looking at a bigger picture, tablets and smartphones are said to be the future of mobile computing. It is even predicted that mobile devices will someday replace laptops and netbooks. And, with the developments we are seeing nowadays, this may not be a far future. These devices are becoming more powerful nowadays and who knows maybe someday we might see a full-fledged CAD app running on our mobile devices. If you want to try this amazing mobile CAD app from IMSI Design, download TurboViewer free from the Android Market. Source: Android Addictive Tips    ...

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Android vs iOS – Which is more stable ?

Android vs iOS – Which is more stable ?

OS stability has always been a big concern when choosing which device you’re going to upgrade to. When it comes to the battle between Android and iOS, Apple fanboys would have you believe that their mobile OS is a smooth and steady as an ocean liner, but as history has taught us, some titans — sink. In my talks with friends and acquaintances on why they’ve chosen iOS over Android, I’ve heard everything from, “It just works,” to the argument that “Android is just too fragmented,” or “Apps constantly force close.” Well, then you would assume that data gathered from Crittercism — a research startup that analyzes mobile app crashes — would show that iOS suffers from fewer, if any, app crashes when compared to Android. Right? Wrong. Surprisingly,  Crittercism’s data (gathered from more than 214 million app launches between November and December of 2011) shows that apps on iOS crashed much more frequently than comparable apps on Android. Just take a look at that pie graph. It’s easily dominated by iOS, covering nearly 75% of total crashes. Yup. I was just as blown away as you. Numbers don’t lie. So, if your an iOS user and still want to argue which is more stable. Feel free to comment.  ...

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A guide to Google Android Operating System

A guide to Google Android Operating System

Before the advent of the Android operating system, the world worked on pre-defined operating fundamentals and phones usually operated on the mere extent of java or flash. The android system gave the world a new and innovative intelligent thinking and comprehension module with logic operations that are practically self-intelligent. In this particular review we will expansively look at the Google Android operating system and how can a user potentially get started with the android device. Firstly all android devices are equipped with a power button and two volume controllers on the side, the power button is for the on off functionality of the device and also to lock the screen or go into power saving mode while the volume controllers are simply meant to be used as the audio level gauge. The first time an android is opened the device usually takes around 2-3 minutes to boot up and if you are reading this review before buying an android phone then do not frown on the slow boot up as this would be the first time your phone/device is starting and in order to execute all the predefined functionalities of the Google Android device would usually take a little more than usual. Also once a boot up has been executed all other preceding boot ups usually take 1/3 of the initial boot up time. Please do not tap any button or the screen until the boot up completes. You can verify the boot up process as on completion the device will show a lock screen with two options, one would be off unlock and the next would be of silent. To unlock the phone press and slide the icon towards the right and this will potentially unlock the phone for other user enhanced capabilities. The first thing you will see after unlocking your phone from the screen lock menu is the home screen of the Android device. This is the place from where you can fully discover your android operating system but before that we will take a look at the other potential options being displayed in the Android OS. With regards to the other things there are practically four other buttons in the android system, the back button, the sub menu (look like small parallel horizontal lines), the voice recognition button embedded with Google speak and lastly the Google search button. All these buttons could either be placed with tap on screen features or be provided physically in the device. Coming back to as to how to navigate through the home screen we will again first look at what the home screen as to offer. The home screen usually on any android device...

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Acer Iconia Tab A200 Coming January 15th

Acer Iconia Tab A200 Coming January 15th

In the tablet market Acer remains a very competitive brand with its wide range of tablets. After Acer A500 now Acer is coming up with a net tablet, Iconia Tab A200 . Iconia A200 apparently looks the sleeker version of A500 retaining the same 10.1 inch screen of Acer A500 and runs on Honeycomb 3.2 . The tablet is powered with Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU and sports 1280x800p resolution 1080p video Play support 2 MP front-facing camera ( no rear facing camera ) full sized USB 2.0 port and microSD slot for memory expansion gyroscope Moreover, the tablet will get Android update 4.0 via a free Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade in mid February. The only significant missing feature I can spot on is rear facing camera. Coming to the best part of Acer tablets, the prices. You can buy the 8 GB version for $329 while the 16th GB version would cost you $349 , I would not mind paying $20 extra for the double storage. The tablets will be available for sale from January 15th,  stay glued for more details...

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News Near You- Location-based news filtering for mobile Introduced by Google

News Near You- Location-based news filtering for mobile Introduced by Google

Google has just announced “News near you”- a content filter based on location for Google News on mobile devices .We already had the ability to sort stories by location, so what does “News near you” bring for us ?News near will let your handset to automatically pick stories relevant to your location and areas surrounding you, based on location data provided by your device. To enable News near you, just navigate to Google News in your mobile browser. You will get a Pop up asking you if want to enable location sharing.Press agree button and new category will be created name “News Near You” . Try it and don’t forget to give your feedback on this. [ via : phandroid...

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