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Articles tagged with: droid

Leaked Photos: Motorola Droid Bionic

We’ve heard about the Droid Bionic early this year in January and when we thought of the August launch date, many of us may have let out a depressing sigh. Well, as the months wind down, we are closer and closer to the launch date, and photos have just been leaked.

I know it’s been a little while since you’ve heard the specs, so I’ll just give you a quick recap. The Bionic will feature a dual core 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and sport a 4.3″ qHD display with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels.

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!

Plants Vs Zombies Arrives On Windows Phone 7

Plants vs Zombies is an awesome game that was first introduced to Android as a tower-defense type game. Instead of your standard tower defense game however, the player strategically places sunflowers on a lawn which generate sun energy to be used to “purchase” weapons (A.K.A peashooters).

The peashooters shoot peas (go figure) at the slowly approaching zombies until they fall over and perish. It’s a great children’s game, but I know a few adults who are into it too.

Solar Charge Any Device As Quickly As A Wall Outlet

A company called Suntactics has started to ship the sCharger-5, a solar charger for the iPhone, iPad, and Droid devices. How does it work? Users will need to plug the USB cable into the charger and the iPad 2 or iPhone will begin charging. The light weight, and small size allows anyone to use the solar charger, fairly intuitively.

The sCharger-5 isn’t limited to just iPads and droids however, consumers are also able to hook up their portable gaming systems such as the Nintendo DSI up to the solar charger when batteries run low.

NetFlix App Just Launched For ALL Android

The app for Netflix has been available for a while. Depressingly it has only be available for a few of the Android devices. It was announced today that all Android plat forms can now use the amazing Netflix app. The company called the xda-developers forum have figured out a way to work around the problems that limited the application use. The xda-developers let you install the app and stream all the movies and TV shows you want and fortunately enough you won’t even need to root your phone.

The workaround is tested and working on plenty of devices and it couldn’t be easier to do; you’ll just have to change a setting and then install one of the Netflix apps linked in the xda thread. Of note, most AT&T devices won’t be supported until a fix is implemented, but that should be coming in the near future.

Make Apps Yourself With New App Developer-App Cloud

Brightcove is a company that is known for online video platform, but today it is launching a new product called the App Cloud. The App Cloud will let developers create apps in one of the easiest ways possible. From what the app looks like it will do the same thing for apps that Brightcloud, another one of Brightcoves products, does for video publishing.

Will the HP Tablet Knock Out All Other Tablets?

HP Europe’s Eric Cador says “In the PC world, with fewer ways of differentiating HP’s products from our competitors, we became number one,”… “In the tablet world we’re going to become better than number one. We call it number one plus.”
He is talking about the Hp tablet that has an amazing Web OS operating system, he believes that HP is going to dominate in the tablet world just like it does in the PC market now. Apple is dominating in the tablets market now, but the Android tablets are not far behind. The only difference is that Android users do not have the huge variation of apps like iPad users do.

Galaxy S II Vs. HTC Sensation

This comparison is not a typical competition between Apple and Droid, but a Droid verses Droid battle. The HTC Sensations biggest competitor is the Galaxy S II.

When it comes to Hardware the Sensation is at a slight disadvantage. Galaxy S II pairs its 1.2GHz dual-core with 1GB of RAM, the HTC Sensation uses just 768MB. The Galaxy device has 16GB of memory packed in, while HTC makes due with just 1GB. There’s an 8GB microSD card in there, but you can add a bunch more memory to the GSII the same way if you want. So that is one win for the Galaxy with more room for storage. Relying on external storage makes the HTC run slower than the Galaxy.

Full Details On Motorola Droid 3

We’ve covered the Droid 3 after we caught some leaked photos on the Internet. The device will carry a 4″ qHD display, and as we have previously seen from the photos, a full QWERTY keyboard. Now, the slide-out keyboard doesn’t feature Island keys like the HTC G2, so you may encounter a number of typos here and there, especially if you are texting in a rush.

New Droid Clam Shell Phone

Sharp has just unveiled it’s new clamshell Android phone, the first from the major manufacturer. It will be available in Japan next month.
The new phone might have similar features of phones dating back form the early 2000’s, but it is clearly a phone with technology form 2011. It is equipped with Android 2.3.