IPhone and Android are getting popularity day by day and there are thousands of apps for different purposes. Now a days Smartphones are capable of doing almost everything that we need from desktop PC. Here is a video showing futuristic application of IPhone set in year 2041 i.e. almost 30 years from now.
If you are having LG Optimus One P500 Android phone which comes with Android 2.2, get ready to upgrade the OS to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. On LG’s official Facebook page, a community member or fan queried about the Gingerbread update and got reply from LG officials that the upgrade is expected by end of May 2011.
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 is starting this week in Las Vegas from 6’th Jan 2011. It is expected that this year’s CES will be dominated by Tablets running Android OS by Google. If you want to watch CES 2011 live online then here are some links.
Android is seeing a sophisticated Trojan named “ Geinimi “ which may send personal data to remote computers. As per some initial reports, this Trojan emerged in China thru some third party android app market.
Skype 3.0 for iOS is officially released with feature to make two way video calls on iPhone using Wi-Fi or 3G data service. Once you will upgrade the Skype application, you can start making video calls on iPhone 4.
2010 was the year of Smartphones and Tablets. We saw Apple iPad, Android Tablets like Samsung Galaxy Tab, Notion Ink Adam and so many announcements like BlackBerry Tablet and Windows 7 Tablets. Now here comes the Ubuntu Netbook edition powered tablet which is running on Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10 “Maverick Meerkat”.
After some criticism for irregularities in pre-order processing, after sales service and warranty, Notion Ink has come up with the official demo video of this Android Tablet which is expected to run on Android 2.3.
Technology is changing so quickly that we even don’t get time to use one. We were using fixed line phone and then came mobile and then iPhone. Now we have too many options like Android, Nokia’s Smartphones, Netbooks, Tablets. See how technology has evolved in last 30 years.
Latest Android version 2.3, Gingerbread support video chat but some of the older Android phones are not having front facing camera. For example, Google Nexus One is not having that, but there is a concept design for adding a front facing camera in those phones.