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Applications : Scientific Calculator Android

Thursday, January 20, 2011

 
 
1. Calculator
a. Settlement calculations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Display the maximum eight points behind the comma, the value of zero after the decimal point after the last non-zero digit is not displayed.
b. Settlement calculation details
• Trig: sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan, Sinh, cosh, and tanh
• Logarithmic: log, ln
• powers: Using the notation: ^, for square root used n ^ (1 / n), a * 10 ^ n can be written a.en
• Parentheses
c. Mode: can be chosen degree (deg) or radians (rad).
d. History
• Able to perform removal of the entire history
• Stored in database
• Maximum history: 10
2. The graph
1. Graphic depictions in accordance with the equation given by x as a variable
2. Coordinate
• Able to set the beginning and end of x and y coordinates are displayed
• If the number of scale more than 10 then scaled to 10
3. UI
• There is a button to the right, left, up and down to display settings of the graph
• There is a button to set the zoom magnification of the graph
• There is a menu to save the graphic depiction
3. SMS
a. Can handle incoming SMS if the SMS format SCIC #equation
b. Displays the name of the sender about the calculations based on data on the contacts. If there are no notes on a contact filled views known.
c. UI
• Show the equation and the results
• There are send and cancel buttons
• If in the process of sending it will appear progressDialog until the process is complete. Then display the status of messages sent or not.
d. Able to send SMS answers calculations. Shipping SMS with the format:
Your equation: a matter of calculation
Result: the answer
---- Sent Via Android-SAS-Scientific Calc ----


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HoneyComb not for smartphone

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Honeycomb Android operating system is not yet released, but the minimum specifications related news will support the processor to run it has spread widely. As quoted PULSAonline via PCMag, noted that the required CPU dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 or NVIDIA Tegra 2 to run the Honeycomb.

Instead, speculation also circulated which stated that the Honeycomb also requires the presence of a 7-inch screen, with a resolution of 1280x720 pixels. Consequently, with these requirements can be concluded that the Android Honeycomb estimated only suitable for tablet PCs, or 'not ready' for smartphones.

Indeed, the Google has not provided official confirmation of this rumor-related. Even so, information like this seems hardly limited to 'small talk'. The reason, all data related specification minimum requirements for Android Honeycomb comes from Bobby Cha, Managing Director Enspert - consumer electronics company in Korea, who co-developed the Android and Honeycomb Gingerbread.

Seeing the 'high' requirements for Android Honeycomb then current practically no Android-based device that is quite qualified to run this OS. No exception Nexus S premium smartphone or tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab, which is known to use the Arm Cortex-A8 processor.

In fact, LG is reportedly already Optimus armed 2X-based dual-core processors even if it wanted to upgrade the operating system to the Honeycomb going to still constrained, particularly in the screen sector, where the 'required' sail 7 inches.

Possibly, the devices can be directly qualified to adopt Android Honeycomb namely Motorola DROID Xoom tablet PC, which is rumored to have been ready to become the first tablet that will digelontorkan Honeycomb to the market. For certainty, we wait for later development.
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News : Android 4.0, ice cream?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

 

Although until recently the Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) has not been made public, but subsequent versions were already disclosed. as quoted by Electronista, where Tudor Brown, president of ARM (Advanced RISC Machines) in talks last Friday, revealed more details about the advanced version of the Android operating system.

Not far from the previous tradition, the naming of the latest Android variant uses the name of the dessert. And, Android 4.0 version was rumored to be carrying the name of Ice Cream.

Not yet clear whether the features that would later be taken by the Android OS 4.0, as well as the time of its release. Could Android 4.0 soon be launched until mid-2011? Or at least just after version 3.0 was released? We await further news.
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Samsung I5510

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The phone was first introduced at the IFA Show event, which was held in Germany some time ago. Now Samsung Galaxy 551 (I5510) has been announced officially. And, judging from the appearance looks similar to the Samsung I5800 Galaxy Galaxy 3 or even her twin Apollo I5801.
 Galaxy I5510 is equipped with a processor speed 667 MHz, capacitive touch screen 3.2-inch TFT (240x400 pixels). In addition, there are other important features such as 3.0 TouchWiz interface, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, 3 MP autofocus camera, Wi-Fi, DLNA, FM radio, Social Hub. This phone also supports DivX video files. Also, didperkuat internal memory capacity of 160MB, microSD card slot and 1200 mAh battery capacity.

Specifications:
Status: Released November 2010, Quad-Band GSM and Dual Band HSDPA; Android OS Windows 2.2 (Froyo) 667 MHz processor; sliding QWERTY keyboard; capacitive touchscreen TFT display, 240 x 400 pixels, 3.2 inch, 256K colors, accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, TouchWiz UI 3.0, 3.15 MP camera, 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus, video, SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS, GPRS 10, EDGE 10, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, HSUPA; HTML Browser ; Polyphonic (MP3), WAV, GPS (A-GPS), via third party java application, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g, DLNA, 3.5 mm audio jack, DivX/MP4/WMV/H.263 player, MP3 player / WAV / eAAC +, social networking integration, organizer, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration, voice memo / dial, predictive text input, speakerphone, Bluetooth (A2DP), port microSD, up to 32GB; Li-Ion Battery 1200 mAh
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Application : Browser (Opera Mini and Skyfire win)

Saturday, October 2, 2010


 Many browser applications available for the Android platform. There were six choices, with the largest user. Is Skyfire 2.0, Opera Mini, Dolphin HD, Mozilla Fennec, Android 2.2 Stock, and Android 2.1 Stock. Well, yes roughly how the performance comparison between the sixth terebut browser?

As quoted from PCWorld, that it had tested the sixth Android browser, with some aspects of testing such as speed, navigation, and overall performance. Step by PCWorld Android browser testing done by two methods, namely 'the live loading pages' Internet and the method of 'saved or cached pages'.

In the first method (live loading pages), it turns out the winner Skyfire 2.0 browser. This browser can open web pages 'new', who have never accessed before, with the fastest time of 8 seconds. But, for the second method (saved or cached pages), found Opera Mini as a champion, with a record time of just 6.1 seconds to load pages.

As for the browser and the Android 2.1 Android 2.2, the first method of carrying a better browsers Android 2.2, with an average time of 11.3 seconds. While the results are in contrast to the second method, which measured 2.1 Android browser is superior, despite the time difference is very small.

At least that's the test results of six popular Android browser, which Skyfire 2.0 and Opera Mini best position. Sure, the difference is only a matter of a few seconds adrift. However, for Internet access for a second difference considered significant.


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Facebook Phone use Android?

Thursday, September 30, 2010


Despite rumors spread by the two staff people, namely Joe Hewitt and Matthew Papakipos associated with 'up the Phone' has been denied, but both are known to still work on the project proper selection of operating systems for mobile Facebook (FB) later.

As reported by Electronista, there are sources which claim that mobile phones will be filmed FB using Android as the operating system. Because Android is deemed more qualified for social networking. In addition, the discourse is also based on speculation that developed, relating the departure of Senior Product Manager Android, Erick Tseng to Facebook.

Indeed, the party continued to insist up and declare that it is not directly going to gush phone. But, this does not mean that social networking companies are not developing a new operating system, Facebook for example.

Not only that, also cited rumors that Facebook is trying CNET seek advice from operators and hardware manufacturers, who likely will serve as the exclusive operator in the U.S..

Then, whether up later will actually took the Android as an operating system is ideal for him? Or, is it actually trying to set up a phone with its own platform? Let's see its development.
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Sony Ericson, Bye Symbian

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Some phone "Sony Ericsson" adopt the Symbian operating system.Vivaz and Vivaz Pro is the latest phone to symbian. However, a second phone will be close cooperation and sony ericsson symbian. This was conveyed by Aldo Liguori, Sony Ericsson UK told BusinessWeek that the company no longer plans to produce phones based on Symbian. Nevertheless, Liguori said that Sony Ericsson will remain a member of the Symbian Foundation - a nonprofit organization that addresses the compatibility between the manufactures to the Symbian OS adopters
This will result in only Nokia would walk alone in the path of the Symbian platform. Hopefully, the Finnish handset manufacturer through a new generation of Symbian ^ 3 and its successors could soon have the power to embrace and maintain the loyalty of his fans. Symbian reportedly slumped lately. But a report from Bloomberg says that the OS is still the best selling smartphone operating system in the world. For example, for mobile phones made by Nokia. All the newest Nokia smartphones, including the N8, use the Symbian OS ^ 3

And, for the owners of Sony Ericsson mobile phones based on Symbian, now your phone will be ready to be 'rare'.
There is no assurance of future Sony Ericsson mobile phone platform. However, according to Aldo Liguori, though not exclusively running the Android platform become one of the options
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