PhoneJoy Gives a Game Console Fell to Any Android Device

The advanced mobile platforms have become the choice of many when it comes to both casual and hard-core gaming. Due to its versatility, Android is the top preference when it comes to gaming, due to the fact that the choice of titles can go as far as old console games. One other advantage of the Google platform is the ability to add controllers,... 

Android Key Lime Pie Name Confirmed by Google Employee

Before Android 4.2 was announced we supposed that it was going to be the Key Lime Pie release that everyone was waiting for. With version 4.2 actually being Jelly Bean, yet again, version 5.0 will probably be Key Lime Pie. And today we also get a confirmation that KLP is actually the official name of the future release, courtesy of Manu Cornet, a Google... 

OUYA Dev consoles Scheduled for Release on December 28th

OUYA  is an upcoming game console, based on the open source software technology of Android. Julie Uhrman  set up the project and broght it to life. She brought in the designer Yves Béhar to help  work on the design of the project, and Stuffy Ghadiali as product manager, to put together the engineering team for the hardware. The console... 

ASUS Qube Passes FFC – Coming With Google TV Intentions

One of the latest products from Asus has just passed FFC and it’s coming to offer Google TV functionality. It is rather an USB dongle that plugged into a device via USB offers Google TV. On the Play Store there are also some Asus developed apps that hint at the device’s functions. The ASUS Qube has passed FFC and it is expected it will... 

Google Releases Factory Images for Android 4.2.1 for Nexus Devices

Nexus devices have the privilege of having factory images available straight from Google. At any time, the user can install the factory images and restore the device to factory state, if for example needs to be returned for repairs. As a new version of Android becomes available, Google release Factory Images first for the versions bought of Google... 

Developers Beware – HTC Released Sorce Code for the Droid DNA

HTC’s newest device has become a star of the mobile industry since it was announced just a few weeks back. The Droid DNA is available from Verizon in the US with a price tag of $199 for a two year contract. The device has already gathered lots of potential costumers that wasn’t to own it and users that have already purchased it. As... 

Google Plans to Revamp and Enhance Mobile Searching

Google never stops with its product updates, but the search remain the main focus, so now it’s looking at ways to enhance its mobile searching yet again. The search giant wants to extend the information delivering to people who don’t use search engines. The idea is to provide you with info on stuff you wouldn’t normally search for,... 

Open WebOS Caught Running on Nexus S as Android App (Video)

Open WebOS is starting to become a popular project, ever since HP released its source code. Developers have been playing with it for a while and now we’ve just spotted the OS running on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and other devices like the ASUS Transformer Prime tablet. Even the Nexus S ran it. We also expect to see the OS running on pretty much... 

Google Starts Updating its Latest Nexus Devices to Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean; May Fix December Bug!

Not so many days ago, the entire web was criticizing Google for a huge bug in Android 4.2: the lack of December as a month of choice when it comes to People app settings for birthday. Now there’s an Android 4.2.1 update rolling out to the latest Nexus devices, that may fix the issue. LG Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10 are the first models to... 

You Can Now Change the Android 4.2 Lockscreen Through Apps

If you don’t like what Google has done with the Android 4.2 lockscreen and its changes, you can get rid of them through apps. Not everyone is a fan of the widgets you can integrate in the lockscreen or the camera access. There’s now a brand new app called Lockscreen Policy, that provides some toggles, that will disable the new camera access,... 

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