Android Robot Now World’s Most Popular Mobile Browser

Android Robot Now World’s Most Popular Mobile Browser “Android‘s web browser Robot has overtaken Opera to become the top mobile browser, according to StatCounter’s data. In February 2012, Android Robot had 22.67% market share, followed by Opera with 21.7% and iPhone‘s Safari with 21.06% share. Nokia and BlackBerry remain distant fourth and fifth, with 11.24%…

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850K Daily Android Activations, 300M Total Devices

850K Daily Android Activations, 300M Total Devices “Explosive growth. That’s Android. Google’s mobile platform is up 250 percent over last year and, according to Andy Rubin, SVP, Mobile and Digital Content, Google is seeing 850,000 activations every day. In all he states there are 300 million Google-sanctioned Android devices roaming the world, 12 million of…

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New Android Malware Uses Facebook To Spread

New Android Malware Uses Facebook To Spread “Even though Google recently introduced a malware-blocking system called Bouncer to keep the Android Market safe from malicious software, crafty spammers and fraudsters are still managing to find ways around the restrictions to get their software onto users’ phones. The latest example? A malware program disguised, innocuously, as…

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T-Mobile Full Monty plan unveiled with unlimited data

T-Mobile Full Monty plan unveiled with unlimited data “TMobile takes mobile connectivity to the next level with unlimited calls, texts and data through the Full Monty plan available on four different monthly tariffs Smartphone retailer come network provider T-Mobile has announced the first all inclusive mobile tariffs with the company’s new ‘Full Monty’ plan seeing…

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Kinect and Windows Phone combine to create holographic game engine

Kinect and Windows Phone combine to create holographic game engine “If your life is anything like ours, it’s in sore need of more pseudo-holographic helicopters. Fortunately, YouTube user programming4fun has come up with a solution, using Microsoft’s Kinect beta SDK and a Windows Phone handset. The system, pictured above, basically consists of a Kinect and…

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Nano-SIM – 60 percent smaller than the classic model

nano-SIM’s flimsy form factor poised to frustrate fleshy-fingered phone users forever “Efforts to slim it down have been underway for ages, which is why some smartphones come with a micro-SIM, the easy-to-hold outer rim chopped off to make space for bigger batteries inside your device and to ensure your greasy fingers get all over the…

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