LG Viper 4g LTE

LG Viper 4g LTE

A new Android-running phone is taking on the road against the giants. It looks good, performance is nice according to a couple of reviews, seems like this one is going to make a name too.

The LG Viper is Sprint’s 1st LTE smartphone, though the phone is a bit early to take on the game: Sprint has not presented its 4G LTE network yet. The inexpensive LG Viper features several high-quality specifications for the price despite getting stuck with 3G speeds. The dual-core processor dealt with everything without any problems, the 5-mp camera takes great pictures, . . . → Read More: LG Viper 4g LTE

Fire vs. Nook vs. Vox

Just recently, Amazon launched its new featured Kindle Fire together with Barnes & Noble following with their Nook tablet, while a lesser-known Kobo Vox just went on sale beforehand. These devices provide consumers with a less-expensive alternative to full featured tablets as what Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab offers.

Kindle Fire runs a highly modified version of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) developed for media usage. Gmail, Google Maps, and any other Android apps will not be found on it. Somewhat, you find a well-designed reading entertainment that ships while using the Kindle reader along with several . . . → Read More: Fire vs. Nook vs. Vox

T-Mobile Releases its Second Android 2.3 Gingerbread Phone

Samsung Exhibit

T-Mobile proclaimed Thursday that it is coming with its second Android 2.3, also known as Gingerbread, gadget this month, the Samsung T-Mobile Cheaper, Quicker Android 2.3 ‘Gingerbread’ Phone, the Samsung Exhibit.

It really runs on 4G speed, which T-Mobile describes as HSPA+21 not merely does it value half the worth of the HTC Sensation.

The Samsung Exhibit 4G arrives with a 1-GHz processor, touch screen keyboard, 3-megapixel rear-facing camera, front-facing photo camera with pre-installed video chat, Flash-supported Web browsing, microSD slot, and greatest of all, hypothetical speeds of 21 Mbps, which T-Mobile describes as . . . → Read More: T-Mobile Releases its Second Android 2.3 Gingerbread Phone

Google is Rumored to Launch Mobile Payment Service

Google Mobile Payment Service

Google is scheduling to open a mobile-payment service based on near-field communication (NFC), allowing payment by means of cell phone at retailers.

Google unites some other companies with related tactics. Late last year, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Moble revealed Isis, their personal preparation for NFC payments appropriate in mid-2011, and eBay is said to be functioning on a method where phones may perhaps shaft of light PayPal payments, as well suitable afterward this year. NFC is a technology that converses only more than awfully short ranges, a matter of inches and is construct into extremely only some phones presently . . . → Read More: Google is Rumored to Launch Mobile Payment Service

Fresh Samsung Super Phone 2011 is Up Soon

Samsung Super Phone 2011

After we finished telling you regarding fresh information on the Google Nexus ‘S’ by Samsung, nowadays we have unbelievable report concerning a brand new, unexpected flagship Samsung smartphone that is on the way early next year.   Engadget has supervised to acquire the scoop, and an illustration they have obtained is supposedly directly from Samsung’s HQ and it explains a latest Android handset with several powerhouse specs, guiding us to call it the Samsung ‘superphone’.

If article of Engadget is accurate, this handset will be away in February 2011 and it will be prepared with Google . . . → Read More: Fresh Samsung Super Phone 2011 is Up Soon

PSP Phone to Hit as Early as 2011

PSP Phone

A PSP Phone is a complete contract, Engadget proclaimed now – and to show the tip, the well-liked tech blog placed a veer of imagery of a black earpiece with Sony Ericsson making. Engadget utters that the PlayStation receiver example, portrayed on top of, will characteristic a monitor “in the variety of 3.7 to 4.1 inches,” 512MB of RAM, and a1GHz Qualcomm break off.

The majority significant of every one, the PSP Phone will get Android 3.0 “Gingerbread” software, hurling the machine to the face appearance of smartphone tech. The phone will actually . . . → Read More: PSP Phone to Hit as Early as 2011

Gingerbread Update from Google is About to Come

Google Gingerbread

Google has completed it all over again. It has astonished everybody who thought they possibly will break Google’s classification and versioning system. Next the present Android Froyo 2.2 informs, the subsequently major discharge was whispered as Gingerbread (version 3.0). On the other hand, Android Central guys marked a respond by Android Security Engineer in Google Android Code Issues thread that affirmed Android 2.3 is a “major release” and this bit will be obtainable then.

Subsequent main Google Android released edition 3.0 has been reportedly named as Gingerbread. However, prior to that update arrives, . . . → Read More: Gingerbread Update from Google is About to Come