You’ve probably been hearing a lot about Google Music lately, but there are still those who aren’t really sure about what it is or how exactly it can push everybody’s music experience a notch higher. If you’re one of those people still scratching their heads, then this article is for you.
Promoting the Android Galaxy S II line, the advertisement doesn’t have flashy graphics, cool techno sounds and a list of device features. Instead, it places Samsung opposite of Apple, joking about the latter’s sometimes obsessive fanboy culture while giving users a teaser of a new and powerful alternative.
If you’re a European tech junkie who’s curious about what kind of device exactly is the Samsung Galaxy Note, then you’re now probably itching to get your hands on one with its on-going release in different parts of the continent.
Recently, Sony Ericsson said on its Netherlands Division Facebook page that 2011 Android devices will get Ice Cream Sandwich. That’s something worth looking forward to for owners of the Xperia line (Ray, Play, Play 4G, Arc and Arc S), which will most probably be the first ones to get the upgrade.
Life is about to get better for Android-loving gamers as Sony’s Kazuo Hirai announced that the PlayStation Suite will soon be available on more Android devices. The company stirred up a decent amount of excitement with devices such as the Xperia Play, Tablet S and Tablet P, but according to the SCE Chairman, it’s about time that the PlayStation Suite flew out of the nest. “This isn’t an ecosystem where we want to keep everything within the Sony family,” Hirai noted during the AsiaD conference in Hong Kong. “This is not just for Sony devices.” Hirai also mentioned that they…
These are only a few of the many Android apps on the Market that can help you have fun and peace of mind during Halloween.