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.
DocuSign is a widely used eSignature platform, which helps you sign documents and get signatures quickly and easily from your Android device. The app is a time saving one and is safe also. Its secure and legally binding, so that you can sign & get signatures on valid documents. […]
As per rumors, Olive Telecom is going to announce India’s first HSPA+ (technically 4G) phone running Android OS on February 9. Olive has sent out an invite to the media to attend the event. Olive Telecom to introduce Android 2.2 Froyo based smartphones in the market by March 2011. […]
Adobe Flash Player 10.2 will be available in Android Market on March 18th, 2011. Android Froyo and Gingerbread devices meets the Flash Player hardware system requirements. There is tight integration between Flash Player 10.2 and new OS and browser capabilities in Android 3.0. […]