Oct 242013
 

 

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Name: Tasker
* Actions: 200+ built-in, plugin support
* Tasks: loops, variables, conditions
* Scenes: design your own screen overlays
* App Creation: create your own standalone apps to share or sell! (Android 2.3+)
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Developer:
 ROCCAT GmbH

Description: Aimed at gamers and PC enthusiasts alike, Power-Grid™ is a completely-customizable free smartphone app that works as an advanced remote control for your PC.After installing the accompanying PC software, the app relays a host of convenient, time-saving information in the form of fully-configurable “Grids”, which the user can then interact with right from their smartphone, without having to minimize or close the game or application they are running.

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Sep 242013
 

Here’s a selection of my favorite apps for this edition of Android Top 5.

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Shake
This application allows you to shake your phone in order to trigger various actions! Even if your screen is off, you can still shake it, and it’ll work!

 

 

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Gravity Screen
Made for frequent phone checkers, this app turns your automatically screen off when you put your phone into your pocket or onto a table and turn the screen on when you take it out or up. No need to touch any button and you are ready to go.

 
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Pie Control
Makes navigating through your phone really quick and easy. Slide your thumb in from the left or right of your screen to get access to shortcuts to home, notifications menu and any app that’s on your phone.

 
Cover artShare Keyboard & Mouse
Control your phone from your desktop with your mouse and keyboard over USB, Wifi an Bluetooth. It even allows you to copy and paste text between device. Even though still in beta, it works great!

 
Cover artScreen Filter
Applies a shade that acts as a dimmer to ensure your eyes don’t hurt. Far more powerful than Android’s built-in brightness setting. Great for low-light gaming, web browsing, and eBook reading. It even saves battery life for AMOLED displays!

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Sep 282011
 

Samsung has launched an HD version of its Galaxy S II, namely the Galaxy S II HD LTE. The Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE will have a 4.65-inch HD touchscreen with a 1280 x 720 resolution display (316 PPI). It’ll run on a 1.5GHz dual core processor, an 8 megapixel camera at the back which can record videos at 1080p, NFC, internal memory of 16GB and a 1850 mAh battery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The HTC Amaze 4G has practically the same specs as the phone above. It packs a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor, a 4.3″ qHD super LCD display, NFC capabilities, Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread with HTC Sense, and HSPA+ 42 connectivity.

But the appeal for this one lies in the “most advanced camera” that it’s touted to have: an 8-megaxpixel one that is capable of 1080p HD videos, a backside illuminated sensor for low light performance, zero shutter lag, dual LED flash and shooting options such as SmartShot, PerfectPics, SweepShot, ClearShot HDR and BurstShot.

Read On: Pocketnow , Sammy Hub, Samsung (Korean), UberGizmo

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Jun 272011
 

HTC Sensation vs Samsung Galaxy S II

From PhoneArena.com: If the Samsung Galaxy S II is the light and fast coupe, driven by the concepts for simplicity and raw power under the hood, the HTC Sensation is the more refined and distinctive luxury ride, which is less capable in certain core aspects, but carries with it additional perks that make for a more sophisticated experience. Frankly, in the land of the little green robots, you can’t go wrong with any of these two. Read the article

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Apr 112011
 

Acer Iconia Touchbook: Dual-display 14-inch Windows 7 Notebook
Acer Iconia

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Kyocera Echo

 

kyocera

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Article: Is Dual-Touch the Future of Phones and Tablets?

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Apr 112011
 

iconia

On April 24, the Iconia Tab A500 WiFi (priced at a very attractive $449.99) will be launched. The tablet has all the cool specs of the highly-rated and über-powerful Motorola Xoom (albeit 32GB drive) but a price tag that’s $150 less. The Iconia Tab features the Android 3 Honeycomb OS, a 16GB drive, dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1GB RAM, twin cameras, an HDMI port and a micro-SD card slot. Read More Pre-Order

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Apr 082011
 

from engadget, fastcompany

A new GPS-enabled app will give millions of speech-disabled people a simplified way to communicate in the local tongue. MyVoice is a text-to-speech app that uses location-aware dialogue and customizable phrases to streamline the search for the perfect phrase. Additionally, because its a smartphone app, using it in social situations isn’t as awkward as a proprietary device.

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Apr 012011
 

xperia

Sony Ericsson has launched the Xperia Arc and everything thats to it, is in the name itself. Here, the phone’s strength i.e. the concave back that distinguishes this product from the rest, is its biggest weakness. It might have a great big screen (see promo video), speedy processor and a well-featured camera, but the overall ergonomics of the device are something that you are bound to have a problem with. Continue reading »

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Mar 252011
 

Ever lose your phone and it was on silent? Fear that your phone will someday get stolen never to be found? Fear that your stolen phone has confidential images on your SD Card?

Then, Find My Phone is exactly what you need. It’s a simple free app that helps you locate your phone just by texting a code to your number. Your phone will start ringing at the loudest volume possible (even if you left it on silent) and a Google Maps link to its location will be sent to you . Click Here to download the app.
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