Posts Tagged ‘android’

Google Delays ‘Honeycomb’ Code Release – InformationWeek

France24 Google Delays 'Honeycomb' Code ReleaseInformationWeekGoogle's Android 3.0 software, referred to as "Honeycomb," is intended to be the foundation of a wave of Android-powered tablets that aspire to challenge Apple's iPad and demonstrate that the post-PC era is...
March 25th, 2011 | News | Read More

What Color Will Need to Win Us Over: Creativity – PC Magazine

Sydney Morning Herald What Color Will Need to Win Us Over: CreativityPC MagazineColor, the brand-new but already controversial free mobile app released on iPhone and Android devices today, has already turned off plenty of potential users. What does Color do? It taps into your GPS to find your location...
March 24th, 2011 | News | Read More

Color app for iPhone lets others peek at your photos, video – USA Today

USA Today Color app for iPhone lets others peek at your photos, videoUSA TodaySAN FRANCISCO — Ever get the urge to peek into someone's mobile phone to see the photos or videos they're snapping? With the new Color app, released Wednesday night, the opportunity to be a photo voyeur can...
March 24th, 2011 | News | Read More

Amazon.com opens ‘Appstore,’ Apple be damned – msnbc.com

CBC.ca Amazon.com opens 'Appstore,' Apple be damnedmsnbc.comBy Todd Bishop For now, the Amazon store won't work on AT&T devices, because of the carrier's restriction on third-party apps from outside Google's Android Marketplace. However, in the Appstore Help section,...
March 22nd, 2011 | News | Read More

Mobile ad network AdMob adds Windows Phone 7 support – IntoMobile

CNET (blog) Mobile ad network AdMob adds Windows Phone 7 supportIntoMobileAfter iOS, Android and webOS – AdMob is going for the Windows Phone 7 users. The “owned by Google” company launched a beta SDK for Microsoft's latest mobile OS, allowing developers to make some cash out of their...
March 18th, 2011 | News | Read More

IPhone 4 slower to access Web, Blaze study finds – San Francisco Chronicle

Social Barrel IPhone 4 slower to access Web, Blaze study findsSan Francisco ChronicleApple Inc. / AP Apple's iPhone accessed the Web more slowly through mobile applications than phones using Google Inc.'s Android operating system, according to a report today by a Canadian software company....
March 18th, 2011 | News | Read More

Apple, supporters claim iPhone browser test flawed – BetaNews

CNET (blog) Apple, supporters claim iPhone browser test flawedBetaNewsA study on the loading times of websites on both Android and the iPhone came under fire late Thursday, with Apple supporters calling its results flawed and the company behind the study defending its …Android vs iPhone web...
March 17th, 2011 | News | Read More

Sorry, Steve: iPhone 50 Percent Slower Than Android on Web – Wired News

Ars Technica Sorry, Steve: iPhone 50 Percent Slower Than Android on WebWired NewsAndroid phones whisk users across the web in two-thirds the time that the iPhone takes, according to a study that compared the two top mobile OSes' performance when downloading web pages. …Nexus S beats iPhone...
March 17th, 2011 | News | Read More

Sorry, Steve: iPhone 50 Percent Slower Than Android on Web – Wired News

Ars Technica Sorry, Steve: iPhone 50 Percent Slower Than Android on WebWired NewsAndroid phones whisk users across the web in two-thirds the time that the iPhone takes, according to a study that compared the two top mobile OSes' performance when downloading web pages. …Nexus S beats iPhone...
March 17th, 2011 | News | Read More

Sony wins subpoena for PS3 hacker’s PayPal records – Register

Android Community Sony wins subpoena for PS3 hacker's PayPal recordsRegisterA federal judge in San Francisco has given Sony permission to subpoena the PayPal records of George Hotz, the hacker being sued for jailbreaking the company's PlayStation 3 game console. Tuesday's order by...
March 16th, 2011 | News | Read More