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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.

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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Friday, September 24, 2010

MiniSquadron is a frantic arcade shooter featuring:
*Intuitive touch controls
*Stunning graphics & art
*Over 50 planes to unlock & collect
*8 levels of intense combat
*Local Wi-fi multiplayer

MiniSquadron! was developed for Android by Gray Fin Studios

#3 in AppAdvice's "Top 100 iPhone Games of All Time"

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Application : Battery Booster

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Screenshot_7 Battery Booster is a powerful battery boosting tool and power management application specially designed for Android smartphone (with Homescreen Widget Support).

Battery Booster boosts your battery's running time and maximizes battery life.

Battery status/usage tracking
  • WiFi/BT/Screen Brightness/Timeout Shortcuts
  • Battery Calibration Notification
  • WiFi/BT Management when device is locked/low battery
  • Settings to enable beep and select beep tone when your battery is low.
  • Save more battery with built-in smart task manager (Based on Memory Booster – Android RAM Optimizer)
  • Homescreen widget support (Add to homescreen with Menu -> Add -> Widgets -> Battery Booster)

for download rename .zip to .apk
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Intents:Use of intent to conduct a phone call

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Project created named IntentsDial. In this application using the intent to make phone calls. Dialing of phone numbers can be performed using both ACTION_CALL ACTION_DIAL. ActionDial can be seen on the Source 1, while for the use of ACTION_CALL can be seen in the Source 2.
 1.    import;
2.    import Android.content.Intent;
3.    import Android.os.Bundle;
4.    import;

5.    public class IntentsDial extends Activity {
6.    /** Called when the activity is first created. */
7.    @Override
8.    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
9.    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
10.    setContentView(R.layout.main);

11.    Intent DialIntent = new
12.    Intent(Intent.ACTION_DIAL,Uri.parse("tel:0298322550"));
13.    try{startActivity(DialIntent);}
14.    catch(Exception e){
15.    Log.d("Test",e.toString());
16.    }}
17.    }

Source 1. with ACTION_DIAL
• Line-11 and 12, used to make an object intent that has the attributes:
data: tel: 0298322550
so it will take action 0,298,322,550 telephone keystrokes.
• Line-13, used to start the activity of intent that have been made before. Use try and catch for error handling is received by the application. Log.d will display a message to the log on the eclipse (Figure 1).

Figure 1. LogCat
View the application in accordance Figure 2.
Figure 2. IntentsDial application when run

Calls can also be done immediately.
 1.    import;
2.    import Android.content.Intent;
3.    import Android.os.Bundle;
4.    import Android.util.Log;
5.    import;

6.    public class IntentsDial extends Activity {
7.    /** Called when the activity is first created. */
8.    @Override
9.    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
10.    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
11.    setContentView(R.layout.main);

12.    Intent CallIntent = new
13.    Intent(Intent.ACTION_CALL,Uri.parse("tel:0298322550"));
14.    try{startActivity(CallIntent);}
15.    catch(Exception e)
16.    {
17.    Log.d("CallIntent",e.toString());
18.    }
19.    }
20.    }

Source 2. with ACTION_CALL

• On-line to 12 and 13, used to make an object intent that has the attributes:
data: tel: 0298322550
so it will take action call 0298322550
• Line-14, used to start the activity of intent that have been made before. Use try and catch for error handling is received by the application.
Add the permissions on AndroidManifest.xml.

Applications will also do the calling. View the application in accordance Figure 3.

Figure 3. IntentsDial after modified when the application is run
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HTC Desire HD and Desire Z, Smartphone with Android Froyo

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

War between the vendor in the global smart phone sounded more and more exciting. This time HTC, Taiwanese vendors are introducing two new smartphones labeled HD and Desire Desire Z. Indeed, before the official announcement of this second chance 'leaks' in some websites. And, finally two smart phone is also published to the audience, by bringing up the Android operating system 2.2 (Froyo).

Like the latest reliable phone, two phones HTC comes with features qualified. Call HTC HD Desire, who was born with the provision processor 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8255, capacitive touch screen 4.3 inch WVGA resolution (480x800 pixels), 768MB RAM, 1.5GB ROM, 8 MP camera with dual-LED flash and video recording capabilities 720p.

Meanwhile, HTC Z Desire which was released in the U.S. as the T-Mobile G2 appear with a slider QWERTY keyboard. In this phone-speed embedded processor Qualcomm MSM7230 800MHz, 3.7-inch screen capacitive density S-LCD WVGA, 512MB RAM, 1.5 GB ROM, 5 MP camera with LED flash and video recorder 720p.

Indeed, both have some different features. However, many are also similar to the 3G HSPA network support, Wi-Fi b / g / n, 3.5 mm audio jack, GPS, FM radio, Bluetooth and microUSB port.

In order to pamper the future users, the HTC will deliver cloud-based services (network cloud) available at With these services, it allows the user both a smart phone is to backup the content on your phone, lock or even delete data on the phone from a distance. That is if the phone was lost or stolen.

Not only that, there is also a tracking service, where users can find the cell phone back when you forgot when putting the mobile phone. Later on, the user can see the presence of cell phone through the aid of maps. Even mobile phones can be 'ordered' from a distance for maximum sound off ringer volume in order to facilitate the search, although the condition of the phone is in quiet mode (silent), though. Surely, these service free for compatible devices.Although the official announcement has just done, but both phones HTC besutan this was already posted on several websites selling online with pre-order price of course. Interestingly, both phones are offered with a tag of a diverse, yet remain in the range of 515 to 600 euros not including postage.

HTC phones Desire To Z in online sales site Play dibanderol 515 euros, while eXpansys membanderolnya in the range of 540 euros. Amazon UK and German sites also have posted this phone plus banderolnya too. However, in the second tag of the site for this phone looks more expensive than in the Play and eXpansys. Amazon UK 600 euros banderolnya ranges, and will be released on 18 October. Differ slightly with the UK, Amazon Germany membanderol desire HTC Z in the range 549 euro.

As for the HTC HD banderolnya Desire is a little more expensive. Play online on sites selling this phone with a tag of 560 euros dilego while eXpansys Wealth offered 600 euros.

Specifications HTC HD Desire

Status: sold in October 2010; Quad Band GSM & HSDPA; Android OS v2.2 (Froyo); Qualcomm Snapdragon processor QSD8255 1 GHz; capacitive touchscreen TFT display, 16 million colors, 480 x 800 pixels, 4.3 inches; 8 MP camera , 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED flash, video 720p; SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM, GPRS 10, EDGE 10, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, 2 Mbps HSUPA; HTML; microSD card slot; polyphonic (MP3), stereo FM radio, GPS (A-GPS), java application via a third party, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, 3.5 mm audio jack, an accelerometer sensor, Google search, maps, Gmail, Youtube, Google Talk, Facebook, Twitter, digital compass, a dedicated search key, MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV9 player, MP3/AAC player / WAV/WMA9, voice memo, speakerphone, Bluetooth v2.1 (A2DP), microUSB port 2.0 Li-Ion Battery 1230 mAh

Specifications HTC Z Desire

Status: Released in October 2010; Quad Band GSM & HSDPA; Android OS v2.2 (Froyo); processor 800 MHz Qualcomm MSM 7230; capacitive touchscreen TFT display, 16 million colors, 480 x 800 pixels, 3.7 inches; QWERTY keyboard; 5 MP camera, 2592х1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash; 720p video; SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM, GPRS 10, EDGE 10, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, 2 Mbps HSUPA; HTML; microSD card slot up to 32GB; polyphonic (MP3), stereo FM radio, GPS (A-GPS), java application via a third party, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, 3.5 mm audio jack, an accelerometer sensor, Google search, maps, Gmail , Youtube, Google Talk, a digital compass, a dedicated search key, player MP4/H.264 player, MP3/WAV/AAC player, voice memo, speakerphone, Bluetooth v2.1 (A2DP), microUSB 2.0 port; 1300mAh Li-Ion Battery
READ MORE - HTC Desire HD and Desire Z, Smartphone with Android Froyo

Application: Docs to Go

Monday, September 20, 2010

Whether you’re an organization looking to mobilize your sales professionals or an individual looking to increase personal productivity, leaving your office or laptop behind does not have to mean leaving your crucial files and work behind.
Now you can get your work done no matter where you are by using Documents To Go to view, edit and create Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files as well as view Adobe PDF files on your Android-powered smartphone. And since it is full featured yet easy to use, Documents To Go is one mobile office suite that makes good business sense.
Supports latest Microsoft Office & Adobe formats (doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx & pdf)
Word To Go supports rich formatting including bold, italics, underline, font color, alignment, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, bookmarks, comments, footnotes, endnotes, track-changes, word count, find & replace, etc.

Sheet To Go offers powerful data computation with support for 111 functions, cell, number and sheet formatting, row and column preferences, auto-fit options, freeze panes, sort, cut, copy, paste, undo, redo, charting, etc.
Slideshow To Go allows you to effortlessly “flick” through slides, review notes, rehearse timing and make last minute modifications to presentations when on the go.
PDF To Go provides high-fidelity viewing of important reference materials with options for page view, word wrap, auto-rotate, bookmarks, search, select and copy text, and more...
Total access with support for attachments, password-protected files, built-in file browser, memory card support, and new Live Folder for recently used documents
Localized in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, traditional and simplified Chinese.

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Tutorial: Adding permissions

An Android application that will be used to access the protected features required permissions. It is very necessary to create applications that use intent. Was added to the file permissions AndroidManifest.xml.
As an example of an application that will be used to receive the SMS then need to add tags as in Source 1.

<manifest xmlns:android=""
    package="" >
    <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.RECEIVE_SMS" />

Source 1. Receive SMS AndroidManifest.xml use permissions

In addition to adding the files directly, if you use the Eclipse can also be added in the following manner:
• Select the folder in accordance AndroidManifest.xml Figure 1.

Figure 1. The composition of the folders on the Package Explorer

• Then select the Permissions and then click Add to add the Uses Permissions can be seen in Figure 2.

Figure 2. Android Manifest Permissions
• After that, enter the name of the uses permissions. In the picture below will be added to the uses permissions to receive SMS.

Figure 3. Uses permissions to receive SMS
In this way it is on file AndroidManifest.xml will happen automatically generate the desired permissions.
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Android, Top free games August 2010

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Top 5 Free Games
Droplets 2.0
Pretty much the same game as Sweep, but with a nice nature theme.

Market Link
Dante: The Inferno
A nice puzzle game set against the backdrop of hell. The story is based on the famous Divine Comedy which is known to most gamers through the action game Dante’s Inferno by EA, that has nothing to do with this adaptation.

Market Link
Guns ‘n Glory
A great adaptation of the tower defense genre set against a western backdrop.

Market Link
Glyder 2
A 3d Flying game, where your goal is to collect glowing orbs

Market Link

source :
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Android over 25% Internet Access

LAS VEGAS - Android operating system continues to lunge for destabilize first OS that comes on the market. Each month, the report mentions that the Android market share continues to grow.
Not only a growing market share, for Android-based smartphone is now controlled 25 percent of mobile Internet traffic in the United States. Thus the results of market research conducted by the firm Quantcast.
Quoted by Tele Click, Tuesday (07/09/2010) despite a quarter of Internet traffic is controlled by besutan Google OS, but in fact still controlled the iPhone OS. Yes, Apple remains the dominant player with the OS for the iPhone accounting for 56 percent of U.S. Web traffic.
However, that figure declined from 68 percent since September 2009. While the share of Android has increased more than tripled from just 8 percent during the same period.
Research In Motion remained relatively flat at 9 percent, BlackBerry devices continue to dominate the smartphone market. But their efforts failed to capture a wider population of consumers.
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Dell's Aero

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Today's revelation of the Dell Aero is one of those sigh-inducing sorts of occasions. The Aero, officially announced this morning, is Dell's first stab at the smartphone market (by Dell's definitions, at least -- the company released the Streak earlier this month, but it insists the 5-inch call-making device is a tablet and not a phone). Billed as "one of the lightest Android smartphones in the U.S.," the Aero is now available for $99.99 with a two-year contract from AT&T.

So why the harsh words? It's not because of the Aero's unremarkable hardware -- the phone runs on a 624MHz processor, a significant step down from the 1GHz chip used in most top-notch Android offerings these days -- but rather because of the software Dell has chosen to load onto the device.

The Aero, you see, runs on Android 1.5 -- an early version of Google's mobile operating system that's 16 months out of date and a lifetime behind in functionality and performance. For a brand new phone to be shipping with a year-old version of Android is simply embarrassing, both to Dell and to the image of the Android brand.
Dell's Aero Smartphone: An Outdated Android

Dell Aero Android 1.5Android 1.5 -- or "Cupcake," as it's nicknamed -- debuted in April of 2009, just six months after Google's first Android phone entered the world. Android has made leaps and bounds in growth and development since then, with four significant upgrades to the core operating system.

We're not talking about small stuff here: Android's user interface has been revamped, countless features have been added in, and the overall system speed has been boosted numerous times in the releases since 1.5. Dell may have given the Aero some bells and whistles of its own -- a handwriting recognition utility, for example, and a "Flash Lite-enhanced" version of the Android browser -- but it can't make up for the months of innovation and improvement it's shutting out.

No matter how you look at it, a phone with Android 1.5 is going to be slower and significantly less advanced than a device with a recent version of the OS. And it's going to be crippled when it comes to third-party applications, too, as plenty of apps require Android 2.0 or higher to operate. Some, such as Google's new Voice Actions voice-command system, won't run on anything less than Android 2.2.

And while the high-end Android phones may cost closer to $200, price is no excuse: For $49.99, half the price of the Aero, you could get Verizon's LG Ally phone. It ships with Android 2.1 and is already confirmed to be in line for the Android 2.2 upgrade. Even within AT&T, known for its less-than-wholehearted embrace of Android, you could snag the HTC Aria with Android 2.1 for an extra 30 bucks.
Dell's Aero and the Bigger Android Picture

Dell Aero AndroidThe Aero actually isn't Dell's first Android-related offense. The Streak, Dell's 5-inch-gadget-that-makes-calls-but-isn't-a-phone, launched with Android 1.6 about a week and a half ago. That isn't much better.

This trend is precisely why I've argued that it's time for the baked-in Android UI to die. Companies like Dell (and also Sony Ericsson, with its recent Xperia 10 AT&T Android phone) spend so much time working on their modifications to the Android software that their devices are outdated by the time they debut. And even manufacturers that manage to do better with the release cycle tend to be extra slow on rolling out upgrades, thanks to the extensive software adjustments required with each release. The phone-makers may be trying to put their own marks on Android, but the manner in which they're going about it ultimately does a disservice to their users. (And yes, there is a better way.)

Trying to sell a new phone with Android 1.5 is like trying to sell a new PC with Windows Me. Even if you're selling it for slightly less than the top-of-the-line models down the aisle, it's ridiculous, it's silly -- and it's completely inexcusable.

Come on, Dell. You can do better than that.
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Top 5 Android Application

Android OS is getting more and more popularity among smartphones in the mobile market. Android has already beaten other top mobile brand like iPhone in the mobile market. Meaning of the Android is a "robot" that is developed to look and act like human beings. Currently, the Android OS is one of the most used mobile OS with over 33% of market share in the smartphone market in 2010. With over 12 millions lines of codes,this android OS is a clever integration of Java, XML, C, C++ languages. Android smartphones have already crossed other mobile operating systems like Symbian, Blackberry OS in 2010 in terms of revenue and statistics, as a result this the concentration is now shifted to Android powered smartphone. This results in many official as well as private developers are deeply involved in developing the best Android apps for Android smartphones. Here is the ultimate list of best Android apps for your Android device.

Top 5 Best Android Apps

Below is the list of top 5 best Android apps of all the time. There is no way to include all the android apps in our ultimate best android apps collection. This ultimate list is primarily focused on utility and prices they offer.

Phone Halo Protect:

  • Phone Halo Protect is our first choice in best Android apps list as it helps in keeping track of mobile phone and protects it. It helps us to recover the lost data in case of emergency.
  • It consists of Bluetooth device as it works on it when Mobile is lost. It uses the GPS system to recover or wipe the important data remotely from the lost mobile phone.
  • The reason behind creating this apps is to Protect, Locate and Recover.
  • This is a paid application, you can buy this application from the official website

Titanium Backup

  • As the name suggest the "Titanium Backup" is the ultimate online backup tool for Android smartphones. It backups and restores all applications, data, market links and almost anything. It gives another life to your Android smartphone.
  • Titanium Backup is available in Paid as well as Free versions. Paid version will provide you more functionality,faster experience and most reliable restore options.
  • The cost of Titanium backup apps is somewhere around 5.99$ which is really a cheaper option for your Mobile backup considering the work done by it.
  • One of the best Android apps that you must download.

Nimbuzz for Android phone

  • Nimbuzz is a free IM chat client, that enables you to Chat with your Online buddies from various IM services like GTalk, Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, Skype, Facebook, AIM, Myspace under single roof.
  • It helps us to view our friends status, who is online,see their status messages, their avatars, notifications and many more while your application is running in background.
  • It is a free application, that always gives you the feel that you are having mini computer in your hand. This is really a recommended tool for web freaks.

WordPress For Android phone

  • WordPress is one of the most popular CMS for bloggers. Wordpress for Android phone is an Open Source Application which lets you experience the power of WordPress blogging platform in your palm.
  • This enables you to write new posts, edit content, save drafts, and manage comments with built-in notifications. You can enjoy maximum experience of your WordPress blogging platform on your Android mobile.
  • It's a free android apps and you can download it from the official website.
  • It is a must have apps that comes in our top 5 best Android apps

Ultimate FavsPro Application

  • Ultimate FavsPro is a best Android apps under utility section lets you to organize many things in a graphical manner on your Android phone. With this application organizing becomes really easy and you will have a great experience.
  • This is the free Android apps, you can download it from the official site.
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Voice Actions for Android

Monday, August 16, 2010

An Android phone is a handheld computer, a music player, a notepad, a GPS navigation unit and more, all rolled into one sleek device that fits in your pocket. Today’s phones do so many things for us that sometimes we don’t even think about how we do them.

Even though our phones do all these new things, the most natural way of interacting with a phone remains what it always has been: speaking. And to that end, we’re pleased to introduce Voice Actions for Android. Voice Actions are a series of spoken commands that let you control your phone using your voice. Call businesses and contacts, send texts and email, listen to music, browse the web, and complete common tasks, all just by speaking into your phone.

To use Voice Actions, tap the microphone button on the Google search box on your home screen, or press down for a few seconds on the physical search button on your phone to activate the “Speak Now” screen. Let Mike LeBeau, the lead engineer for Voice Actions, show you in this video.

Speak any of these commands to perform a Voice Action on your phone:
  • send text to [contact] [message]
  • listen to [artist/song/album]
  • call [business]
  • call [contact]
  • send email to [contact] [message]
  • go to [website]
  • note to self [note]
  • navigate to [location/business name]
  • directions to [location/business name]
  • map of [location]
And of course, you can still conduct a Google search using your voice.
 source :
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Oracle has sued Google in related java android

Android is currently up the popularity and audiences know him as the operating system (OS) owned by Google. But in the midst of popularity, Google faces patent infringement charges related to his OS's.

Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems (which have Java) worth U.S. $ 5.6 billion or about USD 50.4 trillion earlier this year. Many analysts say the lawsuit against Google signify Oracle wanted to be more aggressive in seeking licensees for Java.

As is known, Java is a technology used in various types of Internet-based products. Oracle Chief Executive Larry Ellison said Oracle's Java is a major asset, pointing to its use in various electronic devices, from PCs to DVD players.

Oracle Corp. on Thursday said it has sued Google Inc., with respect to patent and copyright infringement in the development of Android software.

Google "intentionally, directly and repeatedly violated the intellectual property related to the Java Oracle" to develop Android, Oracle spokeswoman, Karen Tillman in a statement. "These lawsuits seek appropriate solutions."

Approximately 200 thousand smart phones and other devices operated by the Android operating system sold every day, said Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt on August 4th conference.

A copy of the complaint was not immediately available. Oracle and Google each one does not immediately comply with several requests for comment, according to Reuters.
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PSP on ANdroid

Thursday, August 12, 2010

News from Sony Ericsson will cross between the PSP and the mobile android. End of this year, will be made handsets that do not have a Qwerty keyboard but will have a playstation buttons like d-pad and dual analog inputs. Hanset will also be made in the form of slides. The device is described as a cross Between the Samsung Captivate and the PSP Go - in other words, it's a slider with landscape gaming controls in place of the typical QWERTY keyboard. The D-pad is here, but instead of the small joystick, the device will of have what was described as a "long touch pad" for analog controls, along with the standard PSP buttons and shoulder buttons. The phone has a large display, described as being Between 7.3 and 1.4 inches or better with WVGA resolution, a 5 megapixel camera we're Told That Might not be the final, and it'll likely have a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU on board. The phone is Mostly black with silver Some highlights, and the Gamepad area is white / silver in color. This news also mentions that the handset will run on Android 3.0. The phone will be introduced in October. With the PSP is already experimenting with the phone functions such as Skype, not a stretch to melihat Sony try and bring some of the games that know-how in the mobile space in the PSP-like package.
The game will be available through a special part of the Android Market, with a version of God of War, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and LittleBigPlanet reportedly used as an example of what kind of lineup we can expect. In addition, the games that meet certain requirements may be made available to other users of the Android handset and, ultimately, may hold the title of other smartphone features such as augmented reality.
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Google admonished AUgen because using pirated android

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Augen GenTouch78 initially perceived as a competitor iPad. Just imagine, with the tag of around U.S. $ 150 (approximately 1.4 million-an), prospective consumers can enjoy the flavor Android tablet PC. Wow ... really cheap.
Unfortunately, Google's recent claim that Augen use pirated OS aka Android false. from electronista, Augen claimed that the parties are not members of the Open Handset Alliance, which is Google's official partners are given a license to use Android. As a result, GenTouch78 considered using the software from unauthorized vendors.
Impact of Google's statement that appeared a massive withdrawal of the tablet PC market Augen from the United States. Impact, this iPad tablet PC competitors are expected to be marketed only outside the United States, such as Southeast Asia. However, there remains the possibility that a very small, given the legal risks if this product markets persists.
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Battery saving

 When we use smartphone such as with android oS, we can saving battery lifed time with this :

1. Time shortening charging The most effective way to do charging ie if the phone is switched off. But remember, do this if you're really not in a state of waiting for an important call, for example after working hours.

2. Avoid mutually SIM Each time change the SIM, it means that your phone must be switched off and in the early going load enabled mobile phone system operators and do a search signal. This job requires a great power.

3. Turn off the vibrator and backlight If you are in a room that could certainly be menderngar phone ringing clearly, there's nothing wrong turn off the vibrator. Likewise with the backlight, as much as may be arranged so as not active in the daytime.
4. Avoid using unnecessary features An increasingly diverse mobile features to make even more wasteful use of battery. For that, as much as possible not to use the features not needed. For example, activate the camera flash in the daytime or activate Bluetooth when not in use.
5. Avoid the phone from the formation and splashing water One reason batteries wasteful because of short circuit (short circuit). This could be due to short circuit the phone often terjatuk or liquid. To reduce the negative effects, you should use protection.
6. Make sure you are in GSM mode 3G phones generally have the option of setting a GSM network, dual mode and 3G only. If you're not enjoying the 3G facilities, it is advisable to use GSM mode only. This setting is in the "Network"
7. Do not let the battery run out To type Polymer Lithium Ion battery and battery pengecasan time should not wait for the battery is completely discharged. So when there is low battery warning, please direct
charging .
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