It is difficult to keep yourself motivated for fitness. I always felt that if there was someone to coach me at home, I would exercise daily. Other times, I used to miss my ashtanga yoga lessons because the yoga studio I got enrolled into was too far away. There are people, like me, who are determined to learn yoga but miss the time to spend with a dedicated yoga teacher. In the age of technology, nobody is alone. All you’ll need is a smart phone and an amazing yoga mobile app from the google play store to accomplish it all for you. Here, I have compiled a … Continue Reading →
After analyzing the report that just came out by Comscore, we can’t be indiferent to the growth that the Android platform has been having in the last few months. We’re watching this “jump” in the growth of market share as Android conquers it’s, well earned, place. When we look at the numbers we tend to analyze the absolute value of market share and, only after that, we look at the change on the share’s percentage. In fact, we can look at the numbers differently: As we can see, Android has grown a whole lot more than any other platform in … Continue Reading →
Sony Ericsson did us the favor of unboxing the new (is it still?) Xperia X10. There was a hype with this phone a few months ago when SE announced it but we haven’t seen it yet in our hands. Rumors are that it’s coming with a “Eclair Variant” of Android. Does this mean a 2.2 version or are they just trying to get our attention again?
Starting today, Nexus One users will begin to receive an over-the-air software update on their phones. This update provides some great new features, and fixes a few problems that some users might have experienced, including: Google Goggles: this mobile application will now be available directly on your device by launching it from your All Apps menu. Just use your Nexus One camera to start searching the web Google Maps: the Maps application with be updated to a new version, Google Maps 3.4, which will include: Starred items synchronized with maps.google.com – access your favorite places from your phone or computer … Continue Reading →
Let the rumors stop and the truth be told!!! A trusted and anonymous source dropped this in my Inbox today. Behold the Espresso aka The Mytouch2 aka The Mytouch Slide. Wow that’s a lot of aka’s. Mr Blurrycam took the night off when it came time to getting these pics. The above shot is purported to be the MyTouch Slide phone, sent over by my super ninja. The keyboard looks like quite spacious and noticeably drops the trackball for a Blackberry-like trackpad that doubles as a push button. Here is a list of confirmed Specs: 1300mAHr Battery MicroSD memory cardslot … Continue Reading →
Sony Ericsson CEO Bert Nordberg said the handset maker has no plans to delay the launch of its first Android smartphone in China. The announcement comes days after Google postponed indefinitely the launch of two Android handsets in the country following a dispute with China over cyber security. “We don’t expect any delay based on that situation,” Nordberg said at a Tokyo news conference. “We expect to launch simultaneously in the whole world including China.” The phone, the Xperia X10, will go on sale first in Japan through NTT DoCoMo in April, and in China shortly thereafter. Google’s two stalled … Continue Reading →
Taiwanese ODM Compal Communications are preparing to develop Android-based netbooks, according to the latest reports in the Commercial Times. Compal, who were tipped to take over manufacturing of the Acer Aspire One, and are believed to be the ODM for the Dell range of Inspiron Mini netbooks, are supposedly in negotiations with several notebook vendors regarding the project. Details on the netbooks themselves are slim, with neither DigiTimes nor the Chinese-language paper suggesting what specifications Compal have in mind. One possibility is that the ODM will use the somewhat traditional Intel Atom platform; Android has already been shown to run successfully on the Atom N270-based ASUS … Continue Reading →