HTC has announced Desire 820 and Desire 820Q smartphones in the Indian market. The phones will be available in India starting November. Currently, HTC has not shared price of these ...
After Apple's iOS 8 having introduced encryption like features, Android L is poised to make encryption on by default. This move is seen as a move against the spying scandals by the ...
HTC has announced Desire 820 and Desire 820Q smartphones in the Indian market. The phones will be available in India starting November. Currently, HTC has not shared price of these devices. HTC Desire 820 is a Dual-SIM android smartphone powered by Android v4.4 KitKat edition and HTC Sense 6 UI. It features 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 720 X 1280 pixels. The phone comes with a 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615... Read more »
It was not long back that Samsung had debuted a security feature in their custom version of Android being shipped on their phones called Knox. Today the Korean giant has announced the extension of the service with Knox Premium and Knox Express. The company says that these features would make it easy to manage and deploy cross platform mobile security across an organisation or company. According to the company website:... Read more »
There are reports that Samsung is coming up with a cheap 64 bit smartphone. Some days back someone had submitted a benchmark to the GFX Bench website. A GFX Bench info page reveals that the phone has a 4.8-inch, 540 x 960 resolution screen, 8MP back camera and 5 MP front camera. The handset runs Android v4.4.4 KitKat and has 8 GB of internal storage. The Galaxy A3 is powered... Read more »
Up until now having a Google Plus account was a mandatory requirement for having a Gmail account but now that is a thing of the past. When you try to sign up for a new Gmail account, a Google Plus account is no longer mandatory. A Google spokesperson confirmed this: We updated the signup experience in early September. Users can now create a public profile during signup, or later, if... Read more »
After Apple’s iOS 8 having introduced encryption like features, Android L is poised to make encryption on by default. This move is seen as a move against the spying scandals by the NSA and the US government. “For over three years, Android has offered encryption, and keys are not stored off of the device, so they cannot be shared with law enforcement,” Google spokesperson Niki Christoff told The Washington Post.... Read more »
Sony has announced the development of “SmartEyeGlass”, a Google Glass like device which can connect with your phone and present information like text, symbols and images onto the user’s field of view. The Google Glass alternative features a 3 MP camera, an accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, brightness sensor, a microphone and a huge battery pack. The lens is 3 mm thick, 85 percent transparent and it consumes less energy owing to its... Read more »
Ever imagined a moment wherein you aren’t quite sure of the top restaurants around your locality or for a vacation where you are clueless about any of the nice places to eat? Meet Quinto, this nifty app optimized for people living in India attempts to solve just that. The app lists all the descent places to eat around town and the restaurants are sorted by the ratings by the users. The app is free on... Read more »
Google has released Android Studio 0.8.11 to the canary channel with several bug fixes besides some feature improvement. This version brings support for Gradle 2.1 and the new Android Gradle plugin, improved wrapper migration, better lint issue explanations. The layout editor now checks to make sure that you have the latest available versions of “layoutlib“. Read More Read more »
In an event in New York ZTE announced it’s new phone- the ZMax and is tipped to be a phone for folks who want a cheap, large screen phone. The company has packed in a humongous 5.7-inch 1280 x 720 screen, a 8MP camera, 3400 mAh battery (the company promises 14 hours of talk time and 360 hours of standby time) and the device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400... Read more »
With many of the key people in Google’s management being Indian origin, the company has continued to extend it’s love affair with India. After launching the impressive Android One smartphones, Google has proceeded to unveil paid content in Google Play Newsstand for free. Google Newsstand is essentially an which lets you subscribe to your favorite magazines(both free and paid content is available) and newspapers. The app is now merged with... Read more »