No surprise here: cybercriminals are taking advantage of the less informed Android users. The latest trick? Targeting those who search for Windows drivers that would let them connect Android devices to their PCs.
Amazon has launched the dedicated page for Canadian version of its Kindle Store. The page enables users to view books from local authors on the main page and see prices in local currency.
Texas Instruments has announced that it is joining Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) to support the group’s initiative related to wireless charging solutions for mobile devices. It said that it is not abandoning the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).
Intel’s Medfield-based Red Ridge tablet platform is ready to return to the spotlight, as it has has been spotted at the FCC, although not many details about it have been revealed publicly. The company is expected to unveil its tablet chips at next month’s Consumer Electronics Show that takes place in Las Vegas during 8-11 January 2013, although nothing is confirmed yet.
If you are a Samsung Galaxy S2 user waiting for the Android 4.1 update for your device then you might get it soon, although a release date is not available yet. However, the Jelly Bean source code for the GT-I9100_HK Galaxy S2 version has been made available, which means developers can already work on unofficial Android 4.1 ROMs for the handset.
The last month of last quarter brings huge expectations for tech sales. The tablet computers being the most in demand this year, tough competition is being posed to Apple by rival company Google. Who do you think will capture the tablet market throne this year? Read on for what retailers think.
Sony and Box have renewed their partnership for another year to provide 50GB of free cloud storage to its new and existing users. This may be a move by Sony to attract more people and increase its sales of Xperia devices.
When ASUS launched the new Padfone 2 back in October the device came loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which disappointed many early buyers. But, as promised, ASUS has released to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Padfone 2 and it is rolling as an OTA download right now.
If you like to install custom launchers on your Android device then you will definitely appreciate one such new app called Action Launcher Pro. Available now in the Play Store, the Action Launcher Pro is developed by the creator of the Tweet Lanes app, Chris Lacy.
The rumors regarding the new prepaid brand of T-Mobile were true after all, as the company has confirmed that it is testing its new prepaid service which it calls GoSmart Mobile.