Developer guidelines for Google’s new Polymer web-design have given us a glimpse at what might be in store for Android’s future Material Design UI.
Is this the future of touchscreen computing? Qeexo’s FingerSense technology can differentiate fingers, knuckles, styluses and more.
Screenshots of what’s claimed to be a new smartphone UI that Samsung is currently “exploring” have surfaced online. Will we see this new design in a product in the future?
Skype’s latest app for Android is reworked from ground up and now features a flatter, cleaner redesign inspired by Metro. Are apps and mobile platforms now moving toward this design philosophy?
The new video demonstrates how the UI will look and operate in real time. It also shows some of the features of Google Glass, including video chat, language translation, and navigation capabilities.
WhatsApp for Android has been updated to use the Holo theme in its UI as part of a new beta version that’s available for download on the official web site.
Asus notebooks will soon support built-in 3D gesture recognition through Leap Motion. Will smartphones and tablets benefit next from this technology?
Only a few have felt and experienced Google’s latest Nexus 7 tablet, but modifications and hacks for the highly anticipated tablet have started to sprout like mushrooms. Among these modifications is a mod that lets users experience a full tablet user interface (UI) on the Nexus 7, instead of the default phone UI that it comes with. While critics are beginning to scrutinize every detail of the Nexus 7, the ever hardworking devs from XDA Developers are doing their homework to improve the Nexus 7 experience. The modification to enable a full tablet UI on the device is a tweak…
Let’s face it. The proprietary UIs used by manufacturers to customize the Android OS, such as HTC Sense and Samsung TouchWiz, haven’t been the most popular ideas with users. Granted, overlays provide a way for the device manufacturer to stand out. But things have only been getting slightly better now, with the more streamlined HTC Sense 4.0 and Samsung TouchWiz Nature UX. Luckily, the open-source nature of Android means that there are ways to get around the manufacturers intrusions into the Android experience. That of course doesn’t mean that OEMs will stop tweaking their products, in the hope that consumers will…
Have you seen LG’s latest proprietary UI? The LG UI 3.0 really looks great and it’s very smooth, too. If you are bored with your current UI and you’ve been imagining what the LG UI 3.0 would look like on your device, imagine no more. It’s available for all Android devices so you can try it no matter what your device is. Many people are scrambling to get the amazing goodies brought by the Samsung Galaxy S3, just like the TouchWiz 5 which has already been ported to several Android devices, and it’s not going to stop until everyone gets…