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Articles tagged with: 3G

Huawei Launches Vision With Android Gingerbread

Huawei, though not very successful in the smartphone industry, just keeps on pushing smartphones in the market. A recent example of Huawei, was their Ideos smartphone series had not been very successful because of bulky designs and average specs.

But now, it seems as if Huawei has learned a lesson. The company announced it’s all-new Huawei Vision in Beijing today. Although it is not a high end smartphone, it packs some pretty nice features and hardware. It will come loaded with Android Gingerbread 2.3 and some sort of “3D interface”.

Asus PadFone: Will It Be The New Sheriff In Town?

Is it a tablet? Is it a Phone? Well, Asus made the fog go away to let us see clearly what it was by announcing its PadFone earlier this year.

The remarkable design of the TO-BE released device got everybody confused initially, but when the company explained the fact that it was a smart phone that is hooked up with a tablet in which the phone can dock into.

Viber Moves To Android

Tired of using your free minutes and extra money on VoIP’s to talk to your friends and family? Not any more, Viber’s free VoIP that was launched for iOS last year, is now flashing badges with Android on it.

Yes, Viber is coming to Google. The application works on 3G or Wi-Fi, with a built in messaging service and the best part? No, registration.

Netflix Adds Support For 16 New Android Devices!

And Netflix is getting back on track! The company promised to expand the list of supported devices, and it turns out to be true. The company currently divulged the Android application on 16 more previously unsupporting devices and you do not even need to update the application at all.

The devices include: Casio G’zOne Commando, DROID X by Motorola, DROID by Motorola, HTC Incredible, HTC Nexus One, HTC G2, LG Revolution, Samsung Nexus S, HTC DoubleShot, HTC Droid Incredible 2, HTC EVO 3D,HTC Thunderbolt…

Nokia’s New 700 Zeta!

The rumors turn out to be true as Nokia’s stunning device makes it through FCC and sometime in near-future it is expected to strike the US markets.

It’s named the Nokia RM-670 Zeta, also known as Nokia 700 Zeta. The details about the device were leaked lately and it’s rumored to run on Symbian Belle.

Puccini, AT&T’s First 4G LTE Tablet!

HTC’s long alleged next tablet might be around the corner. The tablet is codenamed HTC Puccini. The tablet is named after an Italian composer Giacomo Puccini who was a composer and his operas are most frequently performed around the globe.

The tablet conceded through FCC today, indicating an impending initiate. The HTC Puccini would be AT&T’s first 4G LTE tablet.

Motorola Droid 3, Google’s Best Ever?

‘Droid’ is actually codename for reliability, raison d’être being uncomplicated, the palpable track record of Droid manufacturers and the Motorola Droid 3 is no exemption.

Arriving to the market recently, it has been awarded 4 out of 5 stars from Verizon subscribers via feedback on their site. Priced pretty reasonably at Amazon, it starts at only $70 along with a free $15 Amazon credit!

LEAK: Samsung Admire For MetroPCS W/ Gingerbread

Although we usually do not get good leaked photos, it looks like the person who took this photo wanted people to ADMIRE the entire package, rather than just the name.

The new Samsung Admire is an Android Gingerbread phone available exclusively for MetroPCS. Featuring an 800MHz processor and a 3.5″ display, this looks like one of the nicest phones you can get on the MetroPCS network.

Google Nexus 3 Coming With Ice Cream Sandwich

With the launch of two Gingerbread pre-installed Nexus devices already on sale, Google is hard at work creating quite a buzz in the marketplace – but that’s not enough for us.

Since the official announcement of the upcoming version of Android at Google IO 2011, Ice Cream Sandwich, which is, essentially, a combination of Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Android 3.0+ Honeycomb into a “cohesive whole”, the whole industry is abuzz with speculation, rumors,and increased excitement around the third Nexus device that is set to be formally announced sometime at the end of Q3/ early Q4.

South Korea To Move All Students To Tablets And E-books

South Korea, the world’s most wired nation, has announced that it expects to replace all paper textbooks with electronic tablets at its state-run schools by 2015.

Ever since the Kindle e-reader hopped onto the scene in 2007, the dream of completely digitalizing all educational material and cramming it into a slim and light device slowly became feasible, albeit at turtle speeds.