If the major theme in mobile technology this year was dual-core processors, consider 2012 to be the year of reducing battery drain. We will see more power efficient processors, modems, and smarter software, but most importantly we will have the next generation of display technology.
Leading the way is Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Inc. (QMT) and ... Read More »
Are you in the market for an Android-powered eReader?
It was only a week ago that we learned Barnes & Noble was preparing an Android-powered eReader and now the device is official. Nook was unveiled yesterday and is already available for pre-order at $259. B&N is pushing Nook as “The world’s most advanced eBook reader” and we tend to agree with them.
Its been a big week for Android eReaders. First we had Barnes & Noble, followed by Spring, now enTourage ups the ante with the eDGe.
Another eReader goes Android.
Device features 2 displays like Nintendo’s DSi.
First Android eReader could drop on October 20.