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Articles tagged with: mobile OS

MeeGo Is Back To Life!

Jolla is a Finnish company smartphone product company that consists majorly of former Nokia employees. They have announced to take over the Nokia’s left-for-dead brand operating system that’s known as MeeGo operating system. The operating system basically was developed by Nokia for N9 smartphone but then decided to drop the plan and rather go for Windows OS.

Windows 8, A Perfect Choice For Tablets?

There is no stopping to innovation; Windows 8 is the clear picture! Built even a year back, Microsoft offered an Operating system that is way faster than its forerunners and consumes less memory. An year back only Windows 8’s developer preview was made public, then the Microsoft came up with a consumer preview and now they have made release preview available.

Android Ice Cream Sandwich Will Require TI Processor?

The new Nexus Prime phone is touted to not only run on the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich, but will also be fueled by a Texas Instruments OMAP 4 processor. Whether this will be the new standard for Ice Cream Sandwich remains a mystery, but it leaves some people guessing.

Another possibility, is that we are overanalyzing Google’s ties with Texas Instruments, and that an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor will suit it fine. If Ice Cream is to Gingerbread what Gingerbread is to Froyo, there won’t really be a need for a killer processor.

Windows 8 Pulls Elements From Mobile Operating Systems

After the dominion of smart phones, Desktops have lost their charm. Why work at home on a desktop when one can pull off all the tasks from their phone?

The new operating system for Apple’s desktops and laptops OS X Lion and the modernized and restored serviceable version of windows which has yet to be released by Microsoft i.e. Windows 8 is noted to have inherited traits from the mobile operating system of the respective giants.

SanDisk Spills The Beans On HP TouchPad

It seems like SanDisk may have stepped on HP’s toes just a bit at the ongoing Computex 2011 show. Thanks to SanDisk we are able to blog about the upcoming HP TouchPad. How does this differ from the previous TouchPad? This one has a zipper operating system, using WebOS. Consumers can expect to find this device at Walmart in June and OfficeMax in July.

The 16GB version of the tablet will start at $499 with the 32GB at $599 and the 64GB at $699. As shown in the video, the tablet is great at multi-tasking, allowing users to have a multitude of applications open, simultaneously, with the ability to seamlessly swipe to your desired app.

Acer Updates Liquidmini With Gingerbread

Acer has just announced its updated line of liquidmini smartphones, now, with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. While the original colors included silver, blue, black, green, and pink, the new liquidmini phones come in cherry, lagoon, pearl, and steel. All phones feature a 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen display, rocking a 320 x 480 pixel resolution.

One of the camera’s core features is its 5 megapixel camera, a camera good enough to snap your favorite memories while you’re on vacation.

HP’s Nova Dartfish In The Works

Hewlett-Packard has said in the past that its Mobile WebOS platform could be used on platforms other than smartphones and tablets. With this information in mind, HP is creating a new device that will essentially be a laptop running the mobile OS. The screen resolution will be a meager 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, identical to the HP TouchPad and have full support for WiFi, Bluetooth, and a non-swappable battery.