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.
Micromax released another mobile into online market, the Micromac A 92 Canvas Lite . The phone has Android 4.1.2 JB OS and a 1 GHz Dual Core Processor. Its a dula SIM phone with major connectivity settings included. The phone is priced at Rs 8,499 and is available online. […]
T-Mobile announced the world’s first Android-powered phone named T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream). It comes loaded with Google Search, Maps, Gmail with Contacts, Calendar, Google Talk, and YouTube. With single sign-in, you can log in to […]
You can make use of your Android devices internet connection to get connected to the internt using your computer by the process of tethering. “Tethering” is the use of your cell phone — or other Internet-enabled mobile device — as a modem for another device, usually a notebook or PDA. The connection is made either with a cable (USB or serial) or wirelessly through bluetooth. […]