Kelvin Servigon(5 posts)

Kelvin Servigon is a typical young gadget-lover, with simple writing skills and passion about trending technology and awesome video games. His currently writing for Android Authority and has his own gadget/gaming blog and loves beers and pizzas very much.




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Get discounted Android games through the “Because We May” promo

by: Kelvin ServigonMay 28, 2012

For many people, me included, one of the best ways to spend quality time with an Android device is to put it through a nice gaming session. Some of the titles that I really like to play on my Android tab include World of Goo and Osmos. But still, there are a bunch of games that I haven’t ever played, because I am trying to limit my spending on paid apps.

So it’s a good thing there are projects like the Humble Bundle or Because We May, which bring awesome games at extremely discounted rates! Because We May is a collaboration between different game developers, including 2D Boy, Vector Unit, Mobigame, and more, to bring their games to players on different platforms [...]

 
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Sony Xperia S Ice Cream Sandwich update to start rolling out in “latter part of Q2”

by: Kelvin ServigonMay 23, 2012

Sony’s current flagship phone, the Xperia S, was initially reported to receive the much anticipated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update this coming end of May. But in a recent post from Sony’s support team on their mobile forum site, the Japanese just backtracked on their initial promise, stating that the Sony Xperia S will begin to get the ICS update towards the end of the second quarter of 2012. In other words, expect your desert sometimes in late June or even later.

The Xperia S initially shipped with Android 2.3 Gingerbread on-board, making us wonder why would Sony launch a new flagship phone with an outdated operating system. The device was first introduced in [...]

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XDA brings back the S Voice, working again on non-Galaxy S3 devices

by: Kelvin ServigonMay 23, 2012

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On Monday, we reported that a leaked Samsung Galaxy S3 ROM became available for download for all, packed with all the goodness of the smartphone’s great features. Not surprisingly, the full Galaxy S3 ROM came from XDA, everybody’s go-to site for all things amazing.

As soon as the S3 ROM became available online, one of its key features, the S Voice app, became available for download as well, for all Android users who want to try out the proprietary Samsung voice command app. But most of the users who tried out the app said that it failed to work. It became apparent that Samsung’s servers were set to deny requests from the S Voice app running on [...]

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HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates for HTC devices to arrive this late summer

by: Kelvin ServigonMay 23, 2012

HTC, the makers of the One X, still the best Android smartphone around, have just revealed the complete schedule for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates for their devices. The roadmap shows the HTC smartphones that are capable of handling the latest version of Android, with most devices set to receive it towards the end of the upcoming summer season.

The update to Ice Cream Sandwich is hotly anticipated by Android fans across the globe, bringing new features to their smartphones including a revamped user-interface, home screen folders and favorites tray, new lock screen actions, improved text input and spell-checking, a unified calendar, improved camera [...]

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Verizon’s Rezound, DROID 4 and RAZR turning into global devices?

by: Kelvin ServigonMay 20, 2012

You loved your Android phone back home, but what if it won’t work when you head to Europe for a two-week vacation? What if you’re in Japan for a business trip and your Android smartphones data plan isn’t working because your carrier’s coverage is nowhere to be found? Thankfully, it looks like more and more carriers are opening up their devices to be compatible with networks abroad.

GSM and CDMA are the two primary connectivity protocols used by today’s mobile devices. GSM is the dominant connectivity standard, and is very popular in Europe, Canada, and pretty much the rest of the world. LTE is based off the GSM standard.

For a device to earn ‘world [...]

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