Sure, you can run Android apps on your Windows PC, in multiple ways. Some laptops are even going to ship with Android apps preinstalled. But what about the other way around? Not yet, but (hopefully) soon.
Classic strategy game fans rejoice, there's finally a working version of Starcraft available for Android, with working touch screen controls. Winulator developer Dan Aloni has released a video showing the popular strategy game running on Android will full touchscreen support.
We are all aware that the desktop business is coming to an end. Laptops, tablets, and smartphones are the wave of the future and with that comes new operating systems to accommodate them. Apparently, Windows isn't it.
Android fans take on Microsoft #DroidRage campaign with some #WindowsRage of their own
While it’s fun to predict market shares for years in advance, there’s really no telling what will happen six months from now, and four year predictions are pretty much useless in the tech world. But trends do matter and they are worth analyzing. With this necessary caveat out of our way, here’s what IDC says it’s happening in the tablet market, this year and beyond.
Caesar III on Android? Yes, please! And how about some StarCraft while you’re at it?
Winulator is an Android app that provides a runtime environment for DirectX API Windows programs. The project is Dan Aloni’s brainchild, and so far, he got one Windows game to run on Android – Caesar III, the seminal city-builder released in October 1998.
40M Windows 8 licenses in a month, 750K Xbox 360 in a week, but what about Surface?
Who says the PC is dead? While it's "long live the tablet" for many users around the world, the PC still continues to be a strong platform. Microsoft reports that 40 million Windows 8 licenses have been sold within a month of launch. According to Blogging Windows, Windows boss Tami Reller has informed investors that Windows 8 is outpacing Windows 7 in terms of upgrades.