When it comes to design, Autodesk products are definitely among the best. All engineers, architects, designers, etc. have had a taste of programs like AutoCAD and Maya (among others). Truth is, the average Joe usually doesn’t need such tools and tends to ignore them. Though their products tend to be complicated and confusing to most ... Read More »
The Swiftkey X Beta app has been out for over a month, and this mind-reading keyboard is ready to hit the streets! We’ve been testing this bad boy, and though the keyboard had its issues in the beginning, TouchType has been working very hard on this product. It seems lthey have everything set ... Read More »
Ustream for Honeycomb released; broadcast, view live video straight from your tablet (Update: Video Overview)
Tablet users will be happy to know there’s a new Android 3.x Honeycomb-optimized app to add to their collection. Ustream has just released its new app for large screens. This app allows users to broadcast and view live videos straight from Honeycomb tablets. Whether you’re making a podcast, filming a show or just sharing your ... Read More »
Google Maps updates tend to be very minor, since the app is already very well designed. This is definitely not the case for its new update to version 5.7, which brings Transit Navigation, search categories and Photo Viewer for Place pages.
Transit Navigation and Updated Directions
Transit Navigation brings stop-by-stop directions for public ... Read More »
Android users are not very happy with Gameloft’s business dealings (or lack thereof) with the Android Market. While Gameloft is definitely one of the best and most popular mobile game developers out there, most their products are not available on the Android Market. Some hard core gamers do choose to take the available route and ... Read More »
NVIDIA and Qualcomm seem to get all the love when it comes to processors for Android devices. While these are powerful processors, we can’t forget about our good old friends from Texas Instruments (TI), whose processors are very capable of running all your content. To prove this, Texas Instruments has just ... Read More »
Whether you prefer the full power of a browser or a lighter version of it, Opera has you covered. Opera is one of the most popular 3rd-party browsers for Android, up there with Dolphin and Skyfire, and it’s just gotten a bit better. Opera has just updated Opera Mobile to version 11.1 and Opera Mini ... Read More »
Android devices (and smartphones in general) are revolutionizing the way we live. The openness, flexiblity and versatility of smartphones has made it almost unnecessary to use many accessories we used to use everyday. Your Android device can be a remote control for many TVs, Bluray Players and even PCs. (And don’t forget about the Sonos ... Read More »
What do we see in typical unboxing videos? Everything except the manuals! We may love our novels and other books, but product literature is definitely not our favorite. While it’s easy to operate Android devices (we usually don’t need instructions for them), other products highly depend on these booklets. We tend to ignore them in ... Read More »
Our favorite ROM developers have just released CyanogenMod 7.1, an upgrade to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. It must be clarified that this is only a Release Candidate (RC), so it’s for testing purposes and will not work perfectly.