Monday, February 27, 2012

Google says 850K Android devices activated each day

By Edward C. Baig, USA TODAY
The growth rate for Android continues to accelerate.
Google says 850,000 new Android devices are now being turned on and activated each day, while the current number of active Android smartphones and tablets has topped 300 million. Also, the Android Market has just crossed the 13 billion apps downloads milestone.
At the Mobile World Congress, Android's Director of Product Development Hugo Barra says he expects hundreds of devices running the 4.0 mobile operating system -- nicknamed Ice Cream Sandwich -- to show up soon.

Get a refurbished Kindle Fire for $169

Thinking about picking up an Amazon Kindle Fire, but find the $199 price tag too high? Amazon is now offering refurbished models for $169.

Amazon Kindle Fire

Yeah, that’s only $30 off the list price — but Amazon offers the same 1-year warranty on refurbished Kindles as it does on new models. So there’s actually not much risk associated with buying a refurbished model.
The Kindle Fire has a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, a 1 GHz TI OMAP 4 dual core processor, and 8GB of storage. It’s designed to work with Amazon’s digital book, music, movie, and app stores

Friday, February 24, 2012

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Cheaper Nook tablet, Bigger Kindle Fire?

By Will765| Tablet Rom
PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments This week Barnes and Nobles is set to release a new version of it’s Nook Tablet. The only difference between it and the version already on sale is 8GB less storage, and a $50 less price tag. So by cutting that 8GB, Barnes & Nobles can now compete with the Kindle Fire price-wise. Since it does have an sd card slot, I don’t see much advantage to paying an extra $50 for 8GB internal storage, and would buy the cheaper version if I was in the market for one.

Amazon isn’t sitting on the successful Kindle Fire, apparently. Rumors are the company will be releasing a larger version in the second quarter of 2012. Nothing is firm yet, but either 9″ or 10″ screen size is a possibility. Releasing a tablet closer to the iPad size will put Amazon more directly in competition with Apple, which the original Fire really hasn’t done.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Masked Hacker Interview Live ATN NEWS Bangladesh

Video from You Tube by CarelessJohnVEVO

Journalist Munni Saha from ATN News interviews a masked hacker ("Code Red") from Bangladesh to discuss different issues of hacking. Issues that came include cyber war, online security, patriotism of hackers, level of hackers, governmental issues with hacking, facebook security etc.i think Anonymous will commit suicide watching this interview!!!. code red is not member of black hat hackers team.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Tablets in 2012

By Will765 | Tablet Roms
Assuming the Mayan doomsday prediction is wrong, what will the tablet landscape look like by the end of this year?  One thing for sure is that a lot of tablets, whether running iOS, android, or Windows 8 will be sold.  Most estimates put the number around 125 million or so for the year.  With Apple set to launch the iPad3, probably in March, expect the usual buying frenzy which accompanies the release of any new Apple product.  Another factor will be the reduction of price for existing iPad models, which will open up their sale to those who are unwilling to pay the high prices now being charged.  One thing is certain, Apple will retain the top spot in tablet sales for at least this coming year.

Android tablets have been, and still are, suffering from one major problem-fragmentation.  So many vendors, with a variety of operating system versions.  Different specifications, with varying screen sizes.  It’s no surprise the public is often confused about android tablets.  Amazon tried to overcome these problems by emphasizing utility over specifications with the Kindle Fire, and it looks to have been a success.  Consumers want something that works, and really don’t care(or understand much) about what’s under the hood of the tablet.  Seven inch tablets seem to be coming more and more popular, with their greater portability and lower prices.   With the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich, Google has begun to consolidate it’s operating system.  One problem is still that manufacturers integrate their own UI over android, which makes it less of a common experience.


One wildcard in the tablet world is whether the Windows 8 tablets prove popular.  Potentially,  the installed base of Windows users could provide a huge market for windows tablets.  The implementation will be a key for the success of such devices.  If  Windows 8 works really well on tablets, many manufacturers will be quick to start producing them.  The corporate world will likely buy large numbers of them, as well as many consumers.  The only drawback is that there are not expected to be many tablets out by the end of 2012. This will allow both android and Apple to continue to expand their influence, and dominance, in the tablet market.  Microsoft may just be getting to the party a little too late.

What do you think? Feel free to leave your comment

Ready For Android 5.0?

By Will765 | Tablet Rom
Although the vast majority of android devices haven’t received an official update to Ice Cream Sandwich, android 4.0, rumors are that Google is preparing to release Jelly Bean, it’s next version, in the 2nd quarter of 2012.  Why would the company try to launch it so quickly?  Supposedly, this is in response to the upcoming Microsoft Windows 8.  Optimized for use on touch-screen tablets as well as desktops and laptops, Windows 8 is seen as a real alternative to android as an operating system.  The new android 5.0 is said to be able to dual-boot on tablets and other devices alongside Windows 8, and even to be able to switch operating systems without having to shut down.  Seeing as how ICS came out in November, and yet 3 months later most devices don’t have official updates, even if Jelly Bean comes out between April-June, likely no one will see it until towards the fall.  One thing Google needs to address is the lag time time between releasing it’s new os, and actually seeing it appear on devices.  The vast majority of the delay is due to manufacturers putting their own proprietary software into the new system.  This takes too long to work out all the bugs, and meanwhile the only ones who get the upgraded android are the hackers.  Some Chinese manufacturers have got the right idea, and released tablets with a very vanilla ICS, which have been available since December of 2011.  It would be very annoying if Google releases Jelly Bean before most of us get ICS on our tablets or phones.

iPads seized in China

By Will765 | Tablet Roms
After winning a trademark lawsuit last year, Shenzhen Proview Technology has asked investigators in the city of  Shijiazhuang, southwest of Beijing, to confiscate iPads and promotional material with the iPad name.  The devices have been removed, and it’s possible that the same thing will happen in 20 other cities in China.  Proview had a subsidiary sell the name iPad to Apple a few years ago, but Chinese courts have decided that does not apply to mainland China, only to other countries where the trademark was registered.  So now Apple faces the prospect of it’s biggest growth market being stifled by this action.  The subsidiary sold the trademark to Apple in 2009 for around $55,000USD.  Expect any settlement with the main division of Proview to cost Apple substantially more.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Rooting LG P509


-Make sure you have a good charge on your phone. I suggest starting with a full charge.
-From the home screen of your phone press Menu > Settings > Applications > check mark "unknown sources". This will allow you to install Z4Root without an error.
-From the home screen of your phone press Menu > Settings > Applications > Development > check mark "USB debugging". This is necessary for Z4Root to
-You need to go to the market and download Astro File Manager (free)
-You need to download Android Terminal Emulator (free)

If you have problems with the recovery file follow these instructions
the won't be available. I used recovery-RA-GNM-thunderg-1.1.0.img from this link recovery-RA-GNM-thunderg-1.1.0.img
Just be sure when you are typing in commands for step #2 that you change recovery-RA-GNM-OPT-T-test.img to match the file you downloaded instead (recovery-RA-GNM-thunderg-1.1.0.img). Other than that it should be smooth sailing.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Droid Razr Maxx vs iPhone 4S

No matter what newer smartphones come out, Apple still retains a dedicated group of fans who won’t budge for anything. At what seems to be the height of the smartphone wars, Motorola has just released the successor to its Droid Razr. Welcome the Droid Razr Maxx, which is bigger but is better than the Droid Razr and practically a baby with its release last January 26, 2012. Today, we’ll see how the iPhone 4S stands up to this new release.

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Which phone is better?

Army-approved winter gloves work with touchscreens

By Mark Milian, CNN
(CNN) - The U.S. Army has been working for about two years on outfitting its soldiers with smartphones, but one obstacle to this technological upgrade likely will be familiar to anybody who has tried to operate a touchscreen phone in the winter:
Smartphones and gloves do not get along.
Rather than putting government money toward developing a new type of glove, the Army went on a little shopping spree. If the government is coming late to smartphones, and buying those from stores instead of building them, then surely someone must have solved this problem.
They aren't mainstream yet, but several companies indeed sell gloves that let the wearer operate a touchscreen without taking them off. And as more people discover the limits of their Android companions on a snowy day, these types of gloves could take off.
The Army and Air Force have landed on one brand in particular: Agloves. The little-known Colorado company is up against giant brands, including North Face, and more than half a dozen other scrappy upstarts, like Dots, Echo Touch, Freehands, Power Stretch, Tavo and TouchTec.
Yet, Agloves gets the top endorsement from the Army, where a shoddy glove doesn't mean a missed call but perhaps a lost life. The Army's Fort Bliss outpost in Texas tested several models of gloves promising smartphone compatibility as part of its mobility program. Evaluators favored Agloves, and the Army has sent many pairs of them overseas to fighters.
"These technologies coming out of small companies are literally game-changers," Michael McCarthy, a technology director for the Army, said in a phone interview.

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Monday, February 13, 2012

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Apple readying a 7-inch iPad?

Apple readying a 7-inch iPad?
Apple is once again said to be getting a 7-inch version of its iPad ready for release, despite Steve Jobs early comments about the impractical form factor. This time the source of the rumor is Technology Business Research analyst Ezra Gottheli saying Cupertino is preparing to tablets for launch soon.

Now, we’d definitely take this with a grain of salt - it’d actually go against Apple’s own principles, and we find it hard to believe that Apple will suddenly change its opinion about smaller tablets, but it’s nonetheless possible.

Now, Gottheli specifies that the 7-inch tablet won’t arrive at the same event as the third-generation 9.7-inch iPad, and that it’s also likely to come with a tailor-made keyboard case as an accessory.

"I believe that's always been in the plan" Gottheil said despite Jobs’ vision of 7-inch tablets being too small. "Actually that's a good form factor for some users, and although they will also charge a premium above other similar-sized tablets, they want to protect that price flank."

Now, what’s your take on this, possible or not?
Seeing how the market is growing for the 7 inch pads…Sure 7 inchers are very comfortable and they are easier to take along when you compare to a 10 incher. Apple apparently wants a piece of the cake but what will we see…another stale pad, No efforts to make it look better, obligate you to buy apps from them. Don’t get me wrong…Apple is good but these are some features that have people turning heads and choosing ANDROID.

What do you think?

source: ComputerWorld

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Another Samsung (FUNNY) commercial

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MIUI 4 arrives on the Kindle Fire

Amazon’s Kindle Fire being priced at $199 is a rather affordable Android tablet, which we suspect could be the reason for its high rate of adoption. This has resulted in many Android owners buying the tablet, rooting it and installing a custom ROM on it to replace the default Amazon UI that shipped with the tablet. If that is the main reason behind your purchase of the Kindle Fire, you’re in luck as MIUI 4 for the Kindle Fire has been released.

If you were a fan of the previous build of MIUI for the Kindle Fire that was based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, MIUI 4 is expected to bring the best of both worlds with it being based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The ROM will feature a UI that does not require hardware buttons, a quick settings panel, improved recent apps menu along with some MIUI-specific features such as a custom home screen, refined system panel with new themes, custom apps along with some Google apps preinstalled. Check out the video above to see the MIUI 4 in action on the Kindle Fire.

Download at your own risk


Download links
MD5: e4d8fbf891b2dc456a387ad1cb19496b

Thanks to Bexton for his USB Mass Storage APP

Android Phones Take A Power Trip

From: The NY Times

You know the old techie joke, right? If you don’t like the Android phones on the market, just wait a minute.
There are dozens of Android phones, and newer, better ones appear every few months. Google subscribes to the Microsoft Windows scheme: write the software, and let other companies build the phones.
The result is a lot of choice, but also a lot of fragmentation. There is no one Android phone. Some models can be updated to new Android software, some can’t. A certain app might or might not run on your particular version.
That master plan differs quite a bit from the iPhone’s.
Apple designs “the whole widget,” as Steve Jobs used to say: both the software and the phone. The result is clean, reliable and consistent — but you’re limited to the features Apple wants to give you. For example, if you want a 4G phone (one that runs on the new, very fast Internet networks in big cities), you’re out of luck.
And a new iPhone, accompanied by a major software release, comes out only once a year, or less often. In any case, there’s a lot of news in Androidland. The three biggest players are Samsung, Motorola and HTC, and all three are offering beautiful marquee Android phones. All three are Verizon 4G phones.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

CNN's Stan Grant talked to a Foxconn worker in China about conditions in factories where Apple products are made

"Mrs. Chen," as CNN calls her, works in a Foxconn plant installing iPad screens for virtually every waking hour of her life. Despite this, she never actually saw an iPad until CNN whisked her away. Her reaction will surprise you.

The video investigation, popping up (deliberately) close to the NY Times' piece on Apple labor practices, tells us what we already know: many Foxconn employees complain of inhumane conditions while building the gadgets we love:
Woman Who Assembles iPads Shown iPad for First Time in Her Life
During my first day of work, an older worker said to me, ‘why did you come to Foxconn? Don't ever think about it again and leave right now'…Foxconn employees have a saying, "they use women as men and men as machines… there's another way of saying it, ‘they use women as men, and use men as animals."
But when Mrs. Chen is handed an iPad—an object that's for her entirely foreign, despite being front of her face daily—she loves the alien slate that rules her life. "I like it," she says, adding that she'd like to own one someday if she ever has enough money. Not even brutal, humanity-bending work conditions are enough to kill gadget lust. [CNN via 9to5Mac]

Monday, February 6, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 are Waterproof?

Have you read all specs of Samsung Galaxy S III in the previous post?  From all, this would be the most exciting news of the device.  According to a news from an employee of UK retailer, Samsung Galaxy S III will be waterproof. For sure, it would be a high-end phone – iPhone 5 reportedly resist water as well.
The rumor says that the two smartphones is featured by a special nanocoating  which is impossible to get through water.
This particular technology is developed by Liquepel. We need to thanks to that manufacturer which is able to create water-proof phones even without gaining its weight and profiles. Will you now say that expensive devices like iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S III might save a lot of money for careless users anywhere?
Liquipel offers you to apply the same coating for 59$ to $79. Do you think you need that to avoid your smartphones from being broken?

Friday, February 3, 2012

Invisibly Waterproof Your Phone

Last week, while covering an unrelated event in Park City, Utah, we stumbled upon a demonstration by a couple of guys from the company Liquipel, who we'd been hearing about for a few days and had been attempting to book for "This Could Be Big" since first seeing their video of an apparently waterproofed iPhone.

The video, and the subsequent coverage of it on the Internet, had boosted Liquipel's visibility through the roof, but skeptic we remained... until the guys started dunking their specially treated iPhone into a tank of water, in front of our very eyes. Incredulous, we poked, we prodded, and examined the surface of the phone, and everything remained in working order despite repeated exposure to water. Their explanations were somewhat vague, but the results seemed to be there. Of course, the kicker was when they brought out a specially treated piece of tissue paper that demonstrated the same resistance to water as their Liquipel-treated iPhone.

Convinced that there was legitimacy

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Android vs iOS – Which Is Really More Stable? New Data May Surprise You

Info by phandroid

OS stability has always been a big concern when choosing which device you’re going to upgrade to. When it comes to the battle between Android and iOS, Apple fanboys would have you believe that their mobile OS is a smooth and steady as an ocean liner, but as history has taught us, some titans — sink. In my talks with friends and acquaintances on why they’ve chosen iOS over Android, I’ve heard everything from, “It just works,” to the argument that “Android is just too fragmented,” or “Apps constantly force close.”
Well, then you would assume that data gathered from Crittercism — a research startup that analyzes mobile app crashes — would show that iOS suffers from fewer, if any, app crashes when compared to Android. Right? Wrong.

La estabilidad de sistema operativo ha sido siempre una gran preocupación la hora de elegir el dispositivo que va a actualizar. Cuando se trata de la batalla entre Android y el IOS, los fanboys de Apple tratan de hacernos creer que su sistema operativo móvil es una suave y constante, como un trasatlántico, pero como la historia nos ha enseñado, algunos titanes - fregadero. En mis conversaciones con amigos y conocidos acerca de por qué han elegido iOS sobre Android, he oído de todo, desde "Simplemente funciona", con el argumento de que "Android es demasiado fragmentada", o "aplicaciones constantemente la fuerza de cierre."

Bueno, entonces usted podría suponer que los datos recogidos en Crittercism - un inicio de investigación que analiza los accidentes de aplicaciones móviles - que muestran que el IOS sufre menos cuelgues de aplicaciones, en su caso, si se compara con Android. , ¿Correcto? o No.

Surprisingly,  Crittercism’s data (gathered from more than 214 million app launches between November and December of 2011) shows that apps on iOS crashed much more frequently than comparable apps on Android. Just take a look at that pie graph. It’s easily dominated by iOS, covering nearly 75% of total crashes. Yup. I was just as blown away as you. Numbers don’t lie.

Sorprendentemente, los datos de Crittercism (obtenidos de más de 214 millones de lanzamientos de aplicaciones entre noviembre y diciembre de 2011) muestra que las aplicaciones en iOS se estrelló con mucha más frecuencia que otras aplicaciones similares en Android. Basta con echar un vistazo a ese gráfico de tarta. Es fácilmente dominado por iOS, que abarca casi el 75% del total de accidentes. Así es. Yo estaba tan asombrado como tú. Los números no mienten.

Now, the reasons for these app crashes are numerous. Everything from iOS 5 being new to the market, problems with hardware, internet connectivity, language support, or just plain ‘ol poorly coded apps. It can even be argued that because there are so many more iOS devices than Andr– oh, wait. I almost forgot. There isn’t.
Even with this newly released data, I almost still don’t believe it. Android. With all the talks of fragmentation, force closes and incompatible apps, could somehow turn out to be more stable than iOS? Well, slap my momma and call me Sally. Who’d-a-thunkit. Now, I’m sure this will come off as the flames of an Android fanboy but I assure you, I’m not hating. Just found this information interesting and felt like sharing. Did this data surprise any of you?

Ahora bien, las razones de estos accidentes de aplicaciones son numerosas. Todo, desde iOS 5 es nuevo en el mercado, problemas con el hardware, conectividad a Internet, soporte de idiomas, o simplemente "aplicaciones ol mal codificados. Incluso se puede argumentar que debido a que hay muchos más dispositivos iOS que André-Oh, espera. Casi se me olvida. No se exige.

A pesar de estos datos recientemente publicados, casi aún no me lo creo. Android. Con todas las conversaciones de la fragmentación, se cierra la fuerza y las aplicaciones incompatibles, de alguna manera podría llegar a ser más estable que el IOS? Bueno, una bofetada a mi mamá y me llama Sally. Who'd-a-thunkit. Ahora, estoy seguro de que esto salga como las llamas de un fanático de Android, pero le aseguro, no voy a odiar. Acabo de encontrar esta información interesante y me sentí como el compartir. ¿Esta sorpresa de los datos de alguno de ustedes?

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Rooting On HTC Sensation, Incredible and More With HTC Super Tool v3

Now you can root, S-off and unlock the bootloader of almost any HTC device  like HTC Sensation, Evo Design 4g, Evo 4g, Evo 3d, Evo Shift, G2, MT3Gs, MT4G, MT4Gs,  Inspire, Sensation, Incredible, Wildfire S and Amaze with the help of the application called HTC SUPER TOOL V3 created by FRIGID of XDA Developers Forum. Frigid said that it should also work on any HTC devices because they all have similar architecture.
Just follow this instructions below on how to Root, S-off and Unlock the bootloader of your HTC device.
  • Make sure that your device battery is charge atleast 60%
  • Backup your phone data into your computer.
  • Turn on USB Debugging, on your homescreen tap Menu> Settings> Application> Development. Then, make sure that USB debugging is checked.

  • HTC Phone
  • Computer
  • USB Data Cable
  1. First, download and install HTC DRIVER.
  2. Then, Download Super tool v3.
Next,  extract it to a new folder via Winzip/Winrar.     

  1. After that connect your phone to the computer using your USB Data Cable.
  2. Go to the extracted files and doucle click SUPER TOOL to run the program.
  3. Next, you will see a menu, choose any procedure you want like rooting, unlock bootloader, attempt S-Off etc.
  4. Congratulation you have now Root, unlock bootloader and S-Off your HTC device.

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy R and Install ClockworkMod Recovery

For those of you who have a Samsung Galaxy R I9103 and have been wondering about how to root your device, look no further. Thanks to XDA Developers forum member legion1911, it’s now possible to flash ClockworkMod Recovery to the Galaxy R via Odin, and to root the Galaxy R by flashing Superuser from Recovery Mode. The process is quite easy, even for users who are completely new to tinkering with their Android devices. “Rooting,” “getting root,” or “rooting your phone” is the process of modifying the operating system shipped with your device to grant you, the user, even for users who are completely new to tinkering with their Android devices.
“Rooting,” “getting root,” or “rooting your phone” is the process of modifying the operating system shipped with your device to grant you, the user, complete control over it. This means that you can overcome limitations that carriers and manufacturers put on your device, extend system functionality and even upgrade it to a custom flavor of Android.
Rooting takes only a few minutes, keeping your stock OS intact. After the process is completed, you can start installing custom ROMs and fully enjoying the functionality of your device.


Before you begin, you’ll need a few things:

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy R

Once you have all of the requirements, you may now proceed to the rooting process.
  1. Extract the contents of the ClockworkMod Recovery package into a folder on your computer.  You will find two files: cwm.apk and cwm.tar.
  2. Copy the Superuser ZIP file to the root of your phone’s SD card.
  3. Launch Odin on your computer.
  4. Under “Options” in Odin, make sure that “Repartition” isstyle=”text-decoration: underline;”>notchecked.
  5. Click on the PDA button in Odin.
  6. Choose the cwm.tar file which you extracted from the ClockworkMod package.
  7. Turn off your phone.
  8. Reboot it into download mode by holding down the Volume Down and Home buttons together, then pressing the Power button.
  9. Once the phone is in download mode, connect your phone to your computer via the USB Cable.  You should see the device connected to Odin and the ID:COM field will turn yellow, indicating that the device has been recognized.
  10. Hit the Start button in Odin.  The software will flash the recovery image and your phone will reboot.
  11. Unplug your phone from the computer.
  12. Turn off the phone and reboot into recovery. You can do this by holding down the Volume Up and the Home buttons as you turn the phone on. Let go of the Power button once you see the boot splash screen.
  13. Once you’re inside recovery mode, make a Nandroid backup of your phone.
  14. Then, navigate to “Install Zip from SD Card” and select “Choose zip from SD card”.
  15. Select the Superuser zip that you copied to the phone earlier.
  16. Once the file is flashed, reboot your device.
Congratulations! Your Samsung Galaxy R I9103 is now rooted and also packs ClockworkMod Recovery.


The Best Android Phone of 2012

The year 2011 was all about “dual core”, becoming the standard for high-end smartphones. And we just witnessed what superphones like the Samsung Galaxy S II, DROID RAZR MAXX, and others are capable of. These phones are five times more powerful than anything released last year, and for this upcoming generation of devices, even more. So, what next? This year, chip-makers have come forth with quad core processors supporting mobile multitasking comparable to the performance of a desktop computer of a few years ago, powered by Tegra 3 SoC’s and TI’s OMAP equivalent. More cores equal more power and a faster smartphone; certainly they are likely to offer increased power savings and a performance increase in the range of 300-500%. And, they actually have power saving features embedded in them too. The players include HTC, Motorola, Sony, Samsung, LG, and Meizu. We will looking at the devices they are bringing to market so... STAY TUNED!!!!!

The Best Android Phone of 2012

El año 2011 fue una cuestión de "doble núcleo", convirtiéndose en el estándar para los smartphones de gama alta. Y lo que acabamos de presenciar superphones como el Samsung Galaxy S II, Droid RAZR MAXX, y otros son capaces de hacer. Estos teléfonos son cinco veces más potente que cualquier otra cosa lanzada el año pasado, y por esta próxima generación de dispositivos, aún más. Así que, ¿qué sigue? Este año, los responsables de chips han salido con procesadores de núcleo cuádruple de apoyo móvil multitarea comparable con el desempeño de una computadora de escritorio de hace unos años, impulsado por Tegra 3 de SoC y equivalentes de TI OMAP. Más núcleos igual a más poder y más rápido smartphone, lo cierto es que es probable que ofrecen un mayor ahorro de energía y un aumento de rendimiento en el rango de 300-500%. Y, en realidad tienen funciones de ahorro de energía integrados en ellos. Los jugadores son HTC, Motorola, Sony, Samsung, LG y Meizu. Vamos a mirar los dispositivos que están lanzando al mercado así que ... Quédate con nosotros!!!

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