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BlueStacks now runs Android apps on XP, Vista and Windows 7 PCs

November 23, 2011 by in category android, apps, bluestacks, Emulator

Running Android apps on a PC used to require some careful work with VirtualBox, or perhaps making use of the horribly slow emulator included with the Android SDK. The first version of BlueStacks made life much simpler for Windows 7 users, though: install the program and you could run its bundled apps right away. And the latest […]

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Making Android Games that Play Nice

November 23, 2011 by in category android, android 4.0, games, IceCreamSandwich

Making a game on Android is easy. Making a great game for a mobile, multitasking, often multi-core, multi-purpose system like Android is trickier. Even the best developers frequently make mistakes in the way they interact with the Android system and with other applications — mistakes that don’t affect the quality of gameplay, but which affect the quality of the […]

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Android Crushed the Smartphone Competition Last Quarter

November 16, 2011 by in category android, Android4.0, blackberry, DROID, HTC, Iphone, Motorola, Nokia, RIM, Samsung, Symbian

The Motorola Droid Bionic launched in early September. The smartphone OS space looks a whole lot different than it did a year ago. Android has seriously stepped up to become the top dog, Symbian is a force no more, and iOS … well, not everything changes. Gartner’s November mobile device report gives us the numbers. […]

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Talala,Rajkot becoming HOT SPOT ! Volcano (like 2012 Movie)

November 16, 2011 by in category 2012, Institute of Seismological Research (ISR), ISR, seismic, seismic activity, volcano, water to steam

RAJKOT: The stone floor of a school in Gir-Gadhda village in Talala taluka, the epicentre of the October 20 quake, has become so hot in the last two days that water sprayed on it is converted into steam.“We have informed local government officials about the unusual incident,” said Praful Sutariya, a villager.Meanwhile, as a precautionary measure, […]

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Android Ice Cream Sandwich includes native stylus support

October 25, 2011 by in category pen, pen input, pen-based input, Pen-basedInput, PenInput, styli, stylus

Styli and Android haven’t exactly been strangers as of late — with devices like the HTC Flyer and Samsung Galaxy Note offering pen-based input — but it looks like that option will soon be even easier to implement with Ice Cream Sandwich. As noted on Reddit, Google’s recent overview of some Android 4.0 platform highlights includes a small tidbit towards […]

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Motorola offers both Ice Cream Sandwich updates and Bootloader Unlockability

October 25, 2011 by in category android, android 4.0, Android4.0, google, IceCreamSandwich, ics, mobilepostcross

Believe it or not, all you lovers of both hacking of Androids and updating of Androids, Motorola has today offered clarification of its future with unlockable bootloaders and updates for its products to no less than Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is Motorola itself that today speaks to the world saying that “without a […]

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Is Internet Explorer For The Dumb? A New Study Suggests Exactly That.

July 31, 2011 by in category IE

Is Internet Explorer For The Dumb? A New Study Suggests Exactly That.

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Gps Android

June 8, 2011 by in category android, gps, location, network

i would like to show my current position on an android phone using google maps. Would the code below be able to show my current pos on google maps? package log1.log2; import log1.log2.MyLocation.LocationResult; import;import;import;import;import; import android.location.Criteria;import android.location.Location;import android.location.LocationManager;import android.os.Bundle;import android.view.View;import android.widget.LinearLayout; public class MapsActivity extends MapActivity { MapView mapView; […]

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Google Unveil Mobile-Payment service

May 25, 2011 by in category google

Report: Google to unveil mobile-payments service Google appears to be ready to outline its plan to turn smartphones into mobile wallets. The Web giant is expected to unveil a mobile payments system on Thursday that will operate on selectAndroid-based Sprint phones, according to a Bloomberg report that cited unidentified sources familiar with the matter. Google […]

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3 Features everyone must borrow from Facebook

January 24, 2011 by in category Facebook

3 Features everyone must borrow from Facebook Notifications Now you have trillion users, but how do you keep them coming back? Well, let’s think. Why would they want to come back? Why do you come back to Facebook? You want to see what people did. Yes yes, there’s news feed. But that’s not what you [...]

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