Weekend Android fixer lightening post!
Instead of just offering one new Android OS to a single manufacturer to develop a “Nexus” product, Google plans to release Android 5.0 “Jelly Bean” to five companies to develop five simultaneous “Nexus” tablets and smartphones. This is a smart play by Google, should help reduce fragmentation, and get them on better footing to compete with iOS. [Read more...]
Google Drive, SkyDrive, Dropbox, SugarSync, Box, etc. The consumer online storage space is roaring ahead, which is of course good for consumers, but which one is the best? [Read more...]
Ready for Gigabit WiFi? Starting in May you’ll be able to purchase a Netgear router that supports speeds three times that of your current 802.11n wifi router. [Read more...]
Two companies are hoping to unleash the power of Android apps, allowing you to run them on any platform. The companies intend to provide a host environment for the Android apps to run pretty much anywhere you want. Both companies products work a lot like Wine on Linux, which allows Windows programs to run inside Linux without installing Windows or using a virtual machine. [Read more...]