I saw everywhere people arguing this is better and that is not. People that know more or less about what comes to be written here. I have nothing to win from neither of them, android or iOS. I'm just informing other people with my opinion. An opinion of a smart phone lover, a gamer, a app developer and a smart phone customizer. A truth opinion with no curves or small detours of information like most websites do, wining money from one side or another.
Gloves that turn sign language and gestures on Speech.
Three Ukrainian students invented sensory gloves that work with an app to turn sign language into automated speech. The Enable Talk project won first place at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup 2012 this week in Syndey, Australia. Their Enable Talk glove gives deaf and hearing-impaired individuals the ability to communicate with those who don’t know sign language. See more for video.
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Do you like them big? The 5.3 inch Samsung galaxy note was not big enough for your Gaming thirsty? Or you just like to have a mini tablet with super performance and mobile phone in same time? We have good news for you:
The 5.5in Galaxy Note 2 is now expected to be revealed at the IFA consumer electronics trade show in August.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is expected to have a quad-core processor, Android Jelly Bean, and a12MP camera.
See the world in your language! It is a paid app on Google Play store. It translates instantly printed words from one language to another with your built-in video camera, in real time! Available for android devices.
Try before you buy: the included demo modes recognize the same words as the language packs. See more for a nice video presentation of the app publisher.
There are many reasons that make us to chose a smartphone. One of them for some people is gaming experience on that certain device.
We put in combat top devices to see how we experienced gaming on each of them.
Let's see the competitors for the gaming experience fight: Samsung galaxy S I9000, Samsung galaxy S2 I9100, Samsung galaxy s3 I9300,Galaxy nexus, LG Optimus 3D, HTC sensation XE, HTC one X,Sony xperia arc S,Sony xperia neo V, Sony xperia S, Iphone 4, Iphne 4S, Nokia Lumia 900, Samsung Omnia W...
Critical Strike Portable is the name of the android version of the famous game. The good news is that is free on Google Play.
Critical Strike Portable (CS Portable) delivers the nostalgic Counter-Strike style gaming experience on your Android smartphone and tablet! Enjoy the smooth and customizable touch controls and play the exciting cross-platform first-person shooter against other players on the web and on other mobile platforms.
As we now last days Microsoft launched Windows phone 8. Very good news for windows mobile lovers and users, but bad news for that users that expected an update from windows phone seven to windows phone 8. That won't happen.
Instead, windows phone 7.5 users will still get a small update from windows phone 7.5 to windows phone 7.8 that will bring their devices closer to windows phone 8.
Windows 8 pro upgrade promotion from Microsoft: $33.99 on-line and $69.99 in stores. How to update online to windows 8.
If you can't wait to get your hands on windows 8 now you got your shout: Microsoft has recently announced that they will be offering Windows 8 Pro for $39.99 as part of a promotional scheme. In stores, the price will be quite a bit higher: $69.99.
The offer is available for anyone running any version of Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7; the offer will last until January 31st, 2013.
Let's see how the process of updating windows 8 if you chose to buy on line, will take place.
Adobe says no Flash Player for Android 4.1, plans to withdraw app on Aug. 15
"We announced last November that we are focusing our work with Flash on PC browsing and mobile apps packaged with Adobe AIR, and will be discontinuing our development of the Flash Player for mobile browsers. This post provides an update on what this means for ongoing access to the Flash Player browser plugin for Android in the Google Play Store." (says officially adobe.com website)
Android announced today the release of the last android update: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean that will bring plenty of new features and performance updates.
The latest Android OS automatically arranges onscreen icons around any new widgets or apps you choose to insert. Not only that, but you can also remove any unwanted apps and widgets with a simple swipe up and off the home screen to delete them.