The native x86 Android will be based on the Froyo release and will soon be available to developers. With this, Atom-based netbooks and tablets can soon run Google’s Linux-based OS. With an x86 Froyo, Android is expected to get established in the netbook market and the nascent tablet market. The opensource mobile OS Android is now catching up on areas such as Netbooks, tablet and smartphones.
India’s first cloud based tablet solution for school children, ‘e-tutor tablet’ has been launched by a joint venture by two Kerala based IT firms. This tablet which is priced at Rs 7500, can be used by students from Class 1 to 12. It will be available in the market from April. […]
Google Android Market now has more free apps than on Apple’s App Store. Within about five months, in terms of quantity of apps, the Android Market is going to be at the first place, followed by Apple’s App Store, Windows Phone 7 Marketplace and BlackBerry App World. […]
LAVA S12 smartphone runs on Android 2.2 (Froyo) and is powered by Qualcomm 7227 600 MHz CPU. It has 3.2″ HVGA display, 5MP camera and can act as a WI-FI hotspot. It supports HSDPA technology gets you download speed of up to 7.2Mbps. It is available at a price of Rs. 8200 in India. […]