Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Google Nexus 7 Android Tablet Specifications

Get the Google Nexus 7 tablet specifications right at your finger tips.

Android 3.2 Update Release Notes

Android 3.2 is an incremental software release to the Android Honeycomb platform, and offers some new features which help Android scale better across varying screen sizes.

Google TV Add-On for Android Tablets

Google TV devices will be Android compatible with the upcoming Android Honeycomb operating system update.

NVIDIA CEO Says Android Domination

At a recent event in New York, NVIDIA’s CEO made a bold statement about the future position of the Android OS within the tablet market. Can you say, Android domination?

How to Force Your Motorola Xoom Android 3.1 Update

Motorola Xoom owners are going to begin receiving their over-the-air upgrades for Android 3.1 soon. If you’re impatient, we may have a little trick to help you force the update.

Android Honeycomb 3.1 Release Notes

The first official update to the Android Honeycomb OS optimized for tablets is now available. Find out what’s new and improved in Android Honeycomb 3.1.

Android Market Launches In-App Billing But Takes 30% From Developers

The Android team at Google made good on their promise to deliver In-App Billing services this week. Developers can now use these powerful new features to further monetize their Apps, but they’re going to be paying the vig to get it done.

Android 3.0 Honeycomb Event Coverage and Analysis

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The setting is a bright and sunny day in Mountain View California, and the mood is all Android at Googleplex Building 43.

Google Event Feb 2nd to Showcase Android Honeycomb

Video: Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb

Despite Android 2.3 Gingerbread recently being released, it seems no one really cares. That’s because Android 3.0 Honeycomb is under heavy development, and making wonderful progress every single day.

Android vs Chrome: The OS Civil War

Android vs Chrome and The OS Civil War

Android versus Chrome is an OS Civil War! Google’s attempt to market two completely different operating systems to the same set of consumers is going to be a disaster, and we tell you why.

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