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Can the LG Optimus 4X HD boost the firm’s sales?

By on Apr 10, 2012 in Android | 0 comments

Could LG’s Optimus 4X HD transform the firm’s fortunes? The Korean company has predicted a mobile comeback for itself and believes focussing on the high end side of the market, selling the quad core in the UK and focussing on LTE devices in the US will help them reach their target of over 80 million sales in 2012. LG has taken a big gamble in the direction is has moved in in terms of its handsets on sale this year. It has pitched itself at the pricier end of the market showcasing 3D devices along with its new quad core 4X device., The 4X HD has a 4.7 inch screen with a 1280 x 729 pixel resolution. Screen and the quality of the image on the screen has always been a major selling point of LG devices and this is no exception with many consumers likely to buy the handset because of the crisp clean image. The screen, inevitably, takes up most of the front of the device with the...

What Can You Really Do with an Android Spy App?

By on Feb 4, 2012 in Android | 0 comments

Few of us have any practical experience using something like an Android Spy App because the technology was once reserved for intelligence agents and police agencies.  But now thanks to the explosion of Android and other versions of cell phone spyware, the average person can finally take advantage of this incredible technological breakthrough.  Although the overall functionality will depend on the particular Android Spy App you install, here are just a few of the activities you can look forward to after installing: Listening to Actual Phone CallsMost versions of cell phone spyware will secretly record all incoming and outgoing calls on a monitored device.  To avoid listening to every single call, most of the advanced Android spy apps also include a Call Details feature so you can see who called first and then decide whether or not to listen to the actual recording....

ASUS Serves Up Android Ice Cream Sandwich On The Transformer Prime

By on Nov 29, 2011 in Android | 0 comments

This ASUS tablet is a powerful example of what the near future holds in the mobile realm. ASUS has packed some heavy firepower in a battery powered tablet that will use the new Android operating system to deliver digital happiness. Read on to find out more on this upcoming tablet here in this informative article. Basics Of The Upcoming ASUS TabletASUS is not messing around with innovative ideas, they are in charge. The new Transformer Prime is the chosen vessel to display not a dual core or tri core chip. This supertablet has a quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. The screen is a lively 10.1 inches of digital real estate. The tablet can come with a connectable keyboard that makes the Prime a delectable performer. The Prime Screen Is Fully EquippedThe ASUS Transformer Prime tablet is equipped with a screen that is just a tad bit larger than the iPad. The same IPS technology that is used...

5 Educative Gadgets For Children

By on Sep 15, 2011 in Android | 0 comments

For the past decades, technology has been rapidly integrated into our daily lives. Thanks to technology, learning has become more fun and effective. This is especially true when it comes to a child’s education. Today, a kid does not have to be taught to by a teacher to learn, because there are many gadgets that are out in the market today that can help assist a child in his education. Here are 5 educative gadgets for children that you can try to invest on. 1. Computers Everybody knows that computers are very helpful. They are made for the purpose of making life easier and more fun. Although there have been many issues about computers and the Internet, it cannot be denied that these gadgets have really helped in the progression of the society. In the educational sector, computers have really made a difference. It makes learning more interactive, fun and much easier. However, when...

Five Apps to Aid in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

By on Jun 7, 2011 in Android | 0 comments

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) includes any type of communication that is not oral. Gestures, facial expressions, recognizable symbols, and other visual communication methods work for people who have trouble with creating understandable speech. The Android operating system has created some new high-tech tools to aid therapists who are teaching people to use AAC. These tools provide images and photos that can be paired with digital or naturally recorded voices. The apps can aid a speech therapist in working on expressive communication skills with AAC patients of all ages. Patients can also use the Android apps to practice between therapy sessions so they can make faster progress. 1. Tap to Talk This application pairs pictures with voice output. Several internet locations offer updates for the image library, so parents and speech therapists can make adjustments without...

Android Malware – Find Out About Google’s Android OS Malware Attack

By on Mar 7, 2011 in Android | 5 comments

Google’s Android operating system has been under attack recently from malware programs that are installed on your system using different applications. The applications that contained the malware were used to take information from your system, such as the IMEI/IMSI device specific code (A number designed to be unique to your device to help identify it.) and the version of the Android operating system you are using. This may not sound like much of a problem, however it could mean that these malware programs may end up taking more of your personal information held on the phone, and send it to different hackers across the world. Newer versions of Android (From version 2.2.2 and above.) have patches that are immune to the malware bug. The problem is for people who haven’t updated their systems are at possible risk of falling victim to the bug. Google are currently readying a patch for...