As you probably know by know, Logitech has started rolling out Google TV 2.0 (based on Android 3.1 Honeycomb) to its Logitech Revue devices. The Google TV 2.0 update brings a much increased UI to the Revue, and also gives Revue owners access to the Android Market and it’s 50+ Google TV-optimized applications.
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One of the main reasons to get a Tegra device is the gaming power that such products pack. This year, Tegra 2 processors can be found in the guts of some of the best phones and tablets of 2011. Dual-core Tegra 2 processors have taken mobile gaming to another level, but ... Read More »
The Amazon Kindle Fire is definitely one of the best deals you can find for an Android tablet. For a mere $200, this tablet has been flying off the shelves, and is even expected to comprise half of the Android tablet market by next year. It is mostly the price/specs that make this ... Read More »
The tablets just don’t stop coming, do they? Well, you won’t find us complaining. Today is Lenovo’s day; the company officially announced two new Honeycomb tablets this morning. Meet the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and the Lenovo Thinkpad tablet.
While Lenovo does not have much experience with Android (or the mobile industry for that matter), it ... Read More »
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 Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most desired Android smartphones of 2011. Despite its popularity, this phone is yet to make it to the U.S. It’s been popping up everywhere around the world since its debut in Korea last April, but the U.S. is not getting any love ... 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 »
Most people with NFC-enabled devices have not put it to use, but that will definitely change in the near future. Google wallet is set to be the first major NFC player in the U.S. and is even planning to offer NFC stickers you can slap on your device if your ... Read More »
The battle of the prices, minutes and data is endless, and the carrier competition is fierce. While some carriers have better prices, others have better services. And some have your favorite devices. You may have seen Sprint’s new T.V. commercial lately. This video is not yet available directly from Sprint online, but we have found ... 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 »