Just two days after Apple announced the iPhone 5S with a 64 bit CPU chip, Samsung too has now stated that the next-gen Samsung smartphones will have 64-bit processors in the near future. This statement clearly indicates that the 2014 flagships, such as the Galaxy S5 or Galaxy Note’s 4th sequel will be getting brand new 64-bit processors. Another announcement that Samsung made today is its plan for expanding business in mainland China. Read More »
Even though the pace of Android updates from Google has slowed down in recent times, but that hasn’t made them any less interesting. In the recent months many leaks have been pointing out to the fact that the next Android update was up on the horizon. Google finally officially unveiled the new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean at its press event in San Francisco a couple of days back. The new update is bringing a number of fresh features and as expected, the first device to receive the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean would be Google Nexus 7 tablet, shipping soon. Apart from shipping with the tablet, the update will be available for Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and Galaxy Nexus. The main features of the new update are: restricted profiles, many new APIs to be used by developers, support for Bluetooth 4.0 low energy and OpenGL ES 3.0 support. When compared with Android 4.2, it is not a major improvement in terms of features that can be utilized by the end users themselves. As a matter of fact, it would be quite difficult to actually tell them apart unless you go into the settings and view the Android version. Read More »
The original Samsung Galaxy Camera is one of the finest cameras to hit the market in recent times. It allows you to do some magical professional digital photography on the go. The camera features 16 Megapixels image quality, the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and a specially designed camera app which is packed with some amazing features for quick advanced professional photography. Read More »
After making an unprecedented mark in online search with Google.com and online mail with Gmail.com, Google has seemingly turned its attention towards web centric hardware. Android powered Nexus smartphones and Galaxy tablets have already met success in the market but now according to a recent report from Wall Street Journal, Google has decided to enter the gaming consoles market. The multi billion dollar tech giant is planning to launch its own Android game console and smartwatch in the near future to further strengthen the adaptability of the Android OS. These two new Google products will bring fierce competition in the market of both smart watches and gaming consoles. Read More »
As smartphones are getting popular day by day, the various popular mobile app stores are also getting crowded and it is getting difficult to find some good apps among thousands of common low quality apps. Luckily many developers are continuously rolling out new, fresh and unique idea based apps and games as a result of which lots of useful and innovative apps are making their way to app stores. One such app which we are about to feature today is MyScript Calculator that is available on both iOS and Android.
Temple Run 2 has now became the fastest downloaded mobile game ever with over 50 million downloads in just a fortnight. Previously the prestigious title of the fastest downloaded mobile game was with Rovio’s Angry Birds Space which surpassed 50 million downloads mark in 35 days. Read More »
Consumers love the battle between Apple and Android as this battle has blessed them with lots of powerful and innovative stuff from both sides. Apple believes that its newly launched flagship device, iPhone 5, is more than enough to fight off several Android powered counterparts on the opposite side such as Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, HTC Droid DNA, Nexus 4, Motorola Droid Razr etc. But which eco-system is actually leading the battle? Probably the smartphone market share tells this story from time to time. Read More »