When I read this I nearly shot the raspberry lemon aid that I was drinking out of my nose. We all know that most tech blogs fall into either the pro/against Apple, and of course Android Central is particularly biased, but man, this is was just a great dig…
…but we all know how Apple loves to lower expectations and then call forth from the heavens some miracle feature like copy and paste or folders on a home screen.
Flash 10.2 hits Android today, Adobe hopes for viewable 720p playback in a matter of weeks — Engadget
Motivation to keep yourself healthy comes in the form of a new application, Fatbooth | Android Central
OMG… I am going to have to try this later today when I can download it. I think this is funny/sad at the same time. Sure does make me want to stick to eating my carrots.
I guess this explains why I couldn’t find it last night… opps…
You may have heard the news already, but this is an interesting tidbit. I don’t know how AT&T is going to provide “4G” services when it’s 3G and voice coverage is questionable at best. They have a hard time with the backhaul capacity as it is.
Suck it Apple (iPhone) fanboys. Not to be mean or anything, I mean I do currently have and use an iPhone, but I wouldn’t had an Android device been available on AT&T when I needed to get a new phone. At the time the iPhone was the only game in town. That is apparently not the case anymore. How can you argue with this… Android just gives the consumer the options they want – device and carrier.
Awesome!!! I want for my TAB! Not really as excited about the upcoming Hulu Plus however. Call me cheap, but I don’t like paying for stuff I can get on the web for free.
- Sweet “Superphones” Batman… I can haz? (myordinaryjourney.wordpress.com)
Look at this phone detailed on Android Central today:
Posted on Wednesday, Jan 5, 2011 by Jerry Hildenbrand
At NVIDIA’s CES press conference today, LG and NVIDIA gave us all the first look at the LG Optimus 2X, which they call the “world’s first Tegra 2 superphone”. It’s the first phone to use NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chipset, and it’s impressive to say the least. The plan, according to LG’s Yongseok Jang, was to create beauty on the outside, and a monster on the inside, and it looks like they succeeded. The specs:
- 1Ghz Dual-core Processor (NVIDIA Tegra 2)
- 4-inch WVGA screen
- Android 2.2 (Froyo), upgradeable to Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
- 8GB memory (up to 32GB via microSD)
- 1,500 mAh battery
- 8 megapixel rear camera and 1.3 megapixel front camera
- HDMI mirroring
- 1080p MPEG-4/H.264 playback and recording
No word on carrier, or pricing, but we’re on the lookout. Hit the break to see the Optimus 2X pass the latest in smartphone benchmarks — Angry Birds on the big screen.
- LG officially announces Tegra 2 dual-core Optimus 2X (androidcentral.com)
- Nvidia’s Tegra 2 could have a starring role in superphones and tablets debuting at CES (venturebeat.com)