mobile OS

Android 2.4: The Blend of Gingerbread and Honeycomb

It was certain that Honeycomb is not going to be available for mobiles and Google has made this pretty clear in MWC. However, it has spilled some beans on upcoming version of Android mobile platform (expected in third quarter...

How to Develop an Android Application – Intelligently & Effortlessly

Mobile industry is going through some great revolution from past one year. Smartphones are breaking the barriers of hardware specifications, new mobile platforms have rolled up the traditional mobile OS, people are getting more hand-held dependent than ever before...

Nokia X7: The Rich Experience Of Multimedia Smartphone Combination

With the launch of Android 2.3 Google has further incubated the war to have dominance in mobile handset industry. It has been speculated that Apple is gearing up for the next version of their flagship & most successful mobile...

MeeGo Phones Are Ready To Challenge Android & iPhones’ Dominance

It’s no more secret that Nokia is firmly working with Intel to develop a new astounding OS - MeeGo, a, open source Linux based project, for some time. The new ambitious project will help Nokia to secure its dominancy...

Android 3.0 – Google’s Gift for New Year

From the time it had been clear that Android 2.2 is not a perfect suit for tablet devices,Google got itself under self-created pressure. As a result, people were expecting the early roll-out of next version of Android OS 3.0...

Setback For Nokia: Intel Plays Down MeeGo Launch in 2010

It seems Nokia, a leading mobile handset manufacturer, has hit another setback while fighting for its supremacy in mobile industry. A recent departure of Ari Jaaksi , who was working  as Vice President of Devices for the “MeeGo” –...

Bet: Android Will Be The King Of Mobile OS Market by 2014 [REPORT]

While the Google-backed Android mobile operating system currently runs on less than 17% of all mobile operating system, Gartner Inc. predicts it will surge to 29.6% of the global mobile operating system market by 2014 -- ahead of iOS, as well as Windows Mobile and RIM (BlackBerry) mobile OS but second only to Symbian who will be managing 30.2% of global smartphone market by then and stay intact at No. 1 spot.

Windows Phone 7 Ready to Launch by October

The Development of Microsoft's much awaited Windows Phone 7 has final completed. The mobile OS is ready to release to manufacturing (RTM) stage, as said by company today. However there is no official date has not been announced yet, sources claims that Windows Phone 7 can be available for real testers (end users) as soon as in coming October, which will set the destiny of the much ambitious phone from company.

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The Future of Apple MacBook Pro M1 Seems To Be In Question

If you're thinking of buying a new MacBook Pro with M1 chipset then stop and give this article a...