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Articles tagged with: eclair

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.

View Two Websites At Once, On Your New Tablet

Most tablets that run Android Honeycomb have a large 10″ screen, some even with impressive 1280 x 800 pixel displays. While websites look great on high resolution screens like these, some may find it more useful to have two windows running side by side.

The default Android web browser doesn’t support this dual-pane feature, however, there is a third party browser for Android tablets that does, and it’s called the DualWeb browser, allowing users to see two websites at once.

Motorola Titanium, Full Specs Announced

A successor to the Motorola i1, the Motorola Titanium is sure to turn a few heads. Featuring a full QWERTY keyboard, a 3.1″ touchscreen display, and the Android operating system, this mobile device is likely geared to be a budget phone.

Surprisingly, the phone features the old-school Android 2.1 Eclair. The phone’s key feature is that it is supposedly military grade, dust-proof, shock-proof, low pressure, solar radiation-proof, and can withstand extreme temperatures, both high and low.

Sony Ericsson Mobile Leak: Urushi / ST18i

We’ve just heard some news about the all-new Sony Ericsson Urushi, or ST18i as some call it. While the device is shiny and beautiful, the inside specs aren’t as impressive as its outer shell. The device is equipped with a 1GHz ARM processor, a speed that feels a little sluggish compared to the more recent 1.5GHz models.

In addition to the slower cpu, Sony slapped on 335MB of RAM while HTC & co. are equipping their new devices with 768MB of RAM.

Sharp Brings Aquos Smartphones To Entire World

We’ve all heard of the Japanese electronics company, Sharp. They have a wide variety of products from home appliances to cell phones and are known to deliver superior products. I am happy to tell you that Sharp has big plans to bring its Aquos Android Smartphone, globally. The electronics giant has already launched three versions of the Aquos series earlier this month (we’ve covered a few), and is planning on bringing these devices worldwide.

Android’s Dolphin Browser, Now Available

The Dolphin Browser HD v5.0 Beta 1 is now available for Public testing. The app is built specifically for Android and comes with some awesome user-interface changes, fresh tab color, a modern settings interface, and awesome effects. The app also has a speed dial style new tab that allows users to access favorite sites with ease, undo previously closed tabs, and check websites within history from just a glance. The new app features a powerful bookmarks sidebar that contains bookmarks, history, and most visited all listed with quick easy access.

99.7% Of Android Users At Risk To Data Leaks

According to Adrian Kingsley Hughes from ZDNet, 99.7% of Android smartphones are leaking login information for Google services. This massive data leak may allow other cloud-stored information to be leaked as well. Where does this massive leak come from? Apparently, it is based on the way Google requests authentication tokens (tokens that exist to eliminate the hassle of logging in each time into a service).

New iPhone Has A Very Wide Screen

It looks like specifics of the iPhone 5 design has been leaked to cell phone case manufacturers, giving some an advantage of being amongst the first to release cases for the brand new device. Well, it looks like this is working well to our advantage because we now have a better idea of the dimensions of the new iOS-powered smartphone. It looks like the new iPhone will have a much wider screen and while some speculate that Apple is increasing the screen ratio, it may just be to allow for a better resolution on the phone, while still being able to clearly see app icons.

Features Of Android Ice Cream Sandwich

The next level of Android will be arriving for tablets but will be a vast improvement to Google TVs interface. For those who are in love with the current flavor of Android operating systems, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, and Honeycomb, you’ll also find that Ice Cream Sandwich delivers on Google’s idea of making intuitive software work for consumers.

The new Android will allow users to expand and resize widgets, which comes in handy when you don’t want your Facebook widget taking 40% of a desktop page.

Android Conference Coming This Fall: Android Open

Android has, without a doubt, risen from “zero to hero” in a very short period of time. While there is an increasing number of developers and Android apps, there is an equal number of increasing issues of fragmentation, new app stores, and new players. As the community gets larger, there must be an event where all these Android developers can get together and socialize, right? Well, this Fall, O’Reilly will be launching Android Open as the first “big tent” Android-only conference.