When a developer takes an application it hoping to achieve higher economic returns but in the majority of occasions unsuccessful, perhaps because we are doing something wrong. That is why the team of Android launches the Galaxy App guide help us how to achieve the greatest benefit in your applications. Continue reading Galaxy App Guide
Archos has launched this month a new generation of its Platinum Series Android tablets, and we wanted to analyze to the greatest family, the 101-Platinum.
It’s a tablet with processor Rockchip’s four cores and 2 GB of RAM, that combines plastic materials and aluminum in its casing to give an original and eye-catching touch to your design. And all this with a very good quality screen. Continue reading Archos 101 Platinum, Analysis
Interestingly yesterday when we talked about that Notion Ink had predicted that the release of the source code for Ice Cream Sandwich would be October 17 a few minutes Google published to the delight of all developers and users. That’s right, Ice Cream Sandwich is on the street and this opens, now, a new stage for Android. Continue reading The Code Source of Ice Cream Sandwich Is Here
A few hours ago we saw how Google would deploy during today’s update via OTA for some models of the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 Android 4.4 (KitKat), an update that will progressively reach all these devices over the next few days.
If you have the new Nexus 7 WiFi (2013) and you don’t want to wait more to enjoy Android 4.4 you can install the update manually by following these steps: Continue reading Manually Update Your Nexus 7 WiFi (2013) to 4.4 Android
In an effort to control resources and focus on its more successful products, Google has decided to close one of the projects in which bet a couple of years ago to boost Android. And it is that App Inventor will closed soon its implementation in the coming months. The news is not new, we already warned in August that the service would be closed its accessibility in a few months, and that date is next. Continue reading Google Gives Until December 31 to Download App Inventor Applications
The Evleaks Twitter account remains committed to provide us with information from leading technology companies before they themselves give data and this time touched him to HP. The rumors were around a month ago by what behind the image that today we have seen could confirm that HP is in the process of bringing to light new Android tablet. Continue reading The Design of a New HP Tablet Is Filtered
Many of our readers probably want to develop an application for Android, but possibly found that focus should go to a course or buy any book that can be OK but who can fault ren much support from Google coming as well when developing for a company. However, Google has decided to give more support to developers who wish to make their first steps on the Android platform. Continue reading Google Launches Android Training to Help The Developers of Android
We have been a few weeks testing one of the last of the Woxter company within the field of the Android tablets. In fact it is an interesting bet not only by the format, 8 inch in 4:3 format, increasingly fashionable but also for being the first time that Woxter bet in this segment by Intel as the processor manufacturer.
We have seen how many manufacturers are betting within the Mediatek chips and even other basic/medium range as Rockchip. Intel keeps trying to enter this market and has Atom chips in the market. Let’s see how to makes this tablet Woxter i-80 with 2 GHz Intel Atom Z2580 heart. Continue reading Woxter I-80, Analysis
A few days ago we saw that Google was going to compel manufacturers to add the Holo interface although then in its terminals they had over other customization. Ice Cream Sandwich topics should be available at all terminals so that programmers could use it in your applications. Continue reading Google Launches Android 4.0 Design Guide
Samsung has today unveiled its plans for the Galaxy Tab Active, the tablet of the brand rugged with views on the industry. Based on suggestions made by the Fortune 500 giants, Samsung announces its arrival to Spain.
It will in principle only through the channel of companies. Prices and versions that reach Spain are of 399 euros for the WiFi version, with 16 GB of internal memory, and 499 euros for the version with LTE, both with the possibility of expansion by microSD up to 64 GB. Continue reading Galaxy Tab Active Becomes Rugged Spain with Companies in The Watch Point
It seems that Google was not very happy with the current version of Ice Cream Sandwich since by surprise has announced the SDK’s Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and said that this will be the base version in which manufacturers will have to upgrade their terminals to have news and present fragmentation with Android 4.0, 4.0.1 and 4.0.2 (these two last versions only editing bugs). Continue reading Google Publishes 4.0.3 Android SDK, Version Base Ice Cream Sandwich
In recent years we have witnessed of a dramatic increase in the power of smartphones and tablets, and have more than one thought at one time that would come the day that these devices offer us so much graphical power as which can be found in the latest generation consoles. Continue reading EA Predicts That Tablets Will Match Potential to Consoles in 2018
One of the things that most strives Google is the of take care and pamper their legion of developers He invested much time and effort in making their applications a success in the Android Market, one of the fundamental pillars on which Android is based to get ahead in a market more competitive and hard everyday in which you have to prove who is the best. Continue reading Android Developers Already Have Your Page in Google +
From that in December 2013 the Spanish company ImasD far your project Click ARM not we had heard nothing of its modular tablet in the purest style Project Ara, but the Mobile World Congress of this year approaching, and the Spaniards will take advantage of it to present the first prototypes your Tablet. Continue reading Leaked Photos of The Plates Base Click ARM, Tablet Modular ImasD
Little more than one month ago Google launched Android Design, a design guide Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) where they explain what and as they are the components in the new interface Holo. From that moment many developers asked them to release the templates to be able to design more comfortable the interface of your application, and thus you have just done Google, already available the templates Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Continue reading Google Publishes The Templates Design of Android 4.0
A couple of days ago knew the news that sales of tablets they had fallen for the first time since they started to be counted as a device in 2010, reopening the eternal debates around these gadgets, and up to what point can replace or not laptops or smartphones.
The first thing that comes to one to your head when you think of this slowdown, is that perhaps it had something to do with the way in which telephones or “phablets” they are seeing increased their screens up occasionally to equalize the diagonals of some of the smaller tablets. But this is the only reason for this trip? Continue reading Are They Losing Bellows Tablets? Why?
Unity It has become a very popular platform among mobile developers. Many opt for it and the truth is that very interesting titles as e.g. Shadowgun have created. If you are artists or have in mind put you in this world followed reading, this interests you. Continue reading Unity3D Gives Its Basic Version to Create Games on Android Until April 8
As we have already seen a few days ago this week the Nexus 7 3 G (2012) y Nexus 7 LTE (2013) finally be updated to Lollipop via OTA, and thus is still for a few hours, which have already begun to receive Android 5.0.2 in a staggered fashion.
Users who have the Nexus 7 3 G (2012) o Nexus 7 LTE (2013) and do not want to follow esperarndo more to enjoy Android 5.0 new Lollipop already can manually update their tablets without any problems downloading and installing the file OTA. Continue reading Already Available OTA It from The 3 7 Nexus G and Nexus 7 LTE for Update 5.0.2 Android Lollipop
Update: All entries have already been sold. Last year’s record has been exceeded and in this edition all entries in less than half an hour, have sold about 28 minutes since they went on sale 16:00 Spanish time. Continue reading Now on Sale Tickets for The Google I/O 2012. (Sold-Out)
After go to know how many years insisting in format 16:10, the year in which Google insists on a more square format in the tablet with its 9 Nexus is the definitive to give reason to this format. Or at least that’s what they think from Samsung for the second generation of its Galaxy Tab S.
According to throwing SamMobile, and if these are true, the Galaxy Tab 2 S they come in sizes 8 and 9.7 inches, with ratio of 4:3 screen. Back would be more long diagonals (8.4 and 10.5 were inches from the first edition) to compensate the elongated format that is used for. Continue reading Samsung Will Embrace The 4:3 Tablets with The Galaxy Tab 2 S
Apparently not everything is good news when it comes to updates. And but that look at the Google Nexus, which is already the second time that has problems. Last time it was the update to Android 4.0.1 by problems with battery on the Nexus S, and now the Galaxy Nexus experiencing problems in the signal with the update to Android 4.0.4. Continue reading Some Users of The Galaxy Nexus Experiencing Loss of Signal in Its Update to Android 4.0.4
As expected, hours of launching Android 5.0.2 update Lollipop for the Nexus 7 Wi-Fi (2013) tablet has also started to get this version of system for the tablet Nexus 10 in a staggered fashion.
This new version of Lollipop at the moment has just been released to the Nexus 7 Wi-Fi (2012-2013) and for the Nexus 10, and users who have already updated notice performance improvements, especially in the first Nexus 7. It is unknown when Android 5.0.2 or another version will reach the rest of Nexus devices. It is expected that Google release another version that correct yet more failures in coming weeks. Continue reading 10 Nexus Is Also Available to Install Your OTA Android 5.0.2 Lollipop
A few days ago Google updated the developers of Google Play Panel with functionality that we have been demanding, especially for time that you work as a team with several programmers. It is to access the panel from different user accounts, up to now only you could access through the account of the holder with the safety issue of share the password. Now We can assign access to team members that we want, it which will have access to your own gmail account. Continue reading Access Can Already Be Granted to Different Users