snap20101213_225927

Last week, Google introduced the latest version of Android – Gingerbread. The new updated version of Android brings with it many changes including a new spiced up UI and a new multi-touch keyboard. The new keyboard not only looks sexy but is a pretty good improvement over the older default Android keyboard.

Read More

 

Android_Market_Update

Over the last few months, Google has been adding many new features to the Android Market including a ‘Related’ tab. Now, the big G has decided to give the Android Market a major over haul. The Android Developers have announced via a blog post that they have given the Android Market a ‘significant update’

Read More

 

GMaps_5

Last night at the D: Dive Into Mobile conference – Andy Rubin announced that Google will soon be releasing Google Maps 5. The updated version of Google Maps will bring with it many goodies like dynamic map drawing, many multi-touch gestures like using two fingers to tilt and rotate and offline caching.

Read More

 

Nexus_One

Google just unveiled the successor of Nexus One – the Nexus S along with Android 2.3. Now, many Nexus One owners are reporting that they have already started getting the Android 2.3 update for their handset via OTA (Over-The-Air). However, Google has still not confirmed anything so readers should take this news with a pinch of salt.

Read More

 

Nexus_S

It’s finally here! Google has officially unveiled the successor of Nexus One – the Nexus S. The Nexus S features a 4-inch ‘Contour’ Super-AMOLED screen with WVGA resolution. Surprisingly, the Nexus S is powered by the same processor which is found under the hood of other Galaxy S handsets – a 1GHz Hummingbird processor

Read More

 

All over the world, Android lovers are impatiently waiting for Google to release the next version of Android – Gingerbread a.k.a Android 2.3. Google had earlier promised that Android 2.3 will bring it a UI over haul. However, with some leaked pictures of Nexus S running Android 2.3 it was pretty clear that Google will only be tweaking the UI instead of giving it a major over haul.

Read More

 

Nexus_s

It was expected that Google will be announcing the Nexus S and/or Gingerbread 2.3 at Web 2.0 conference. Sadly, this piece of info turned out to be a rumor. However, Eric Schmidt came to the Web 2.0 conference with a handset that looks like the Nexus S and was running on Android 2.3.

Read More

 

Nexus_S

It was just yesterday that the first images of how the Nexus S looks leaked on the Internet. Today, we have some information about the specifications of the device. T-Mobile will be the official carrier of the Nexus S and the handset will sport EDGE and HSUPA (up to 7.2mbps).

Read More

 

Nexus_S

Many people had expected Samsung and Google to unveil a new Google experience phone during the event held by Samsung on November 8. Sadly, that did not happen as rumors suggested that the Nexus S was delayed due to a hardware bug. There have been many rumors about the hardware specifications and how the Nexus S actually looks.

Read More

 

 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN