- Ultra Thin Display For Smartphones Announced By LG
- Spice Stellar Pinnacle Full HD Phone Launched At Rs. 16,990 In India
- NSA's Contribution To Android Source Code Worries China
- CyannogenMod Update Fixes "Master Key" Vulnerability
- The GNOME Foundation Receives High Definition Hardware Donations
- Google Spending Around $500 million On Moto X Marketing Campaign
Posted: 11 Jul 2013 12:57 PM PDT
South Korean based technology giant LG, has always been at the forefront of inventing different display devices. This time too, the situation is no different. LG recently unveiled a display insanely thin. It basically trounced the entire world in the creating the thinnest display possible and put every other display out there to shame.
Posted: 11 Jul 2013 12:05 PM PDT
After Karbonn and Micromaxx launching their flagship sub-20k, giant screen, phone tablet hybrid, popularly called phablets; it was just a matter of time before Spice joined the fray. So Spice wades into the phone market for a piece of the pie with its Stellar Pinnacle. Weird names aside, the phone comes with a 5 inch display capable of running at full HD resolution of 1920 X 1080p. The phone has been priced at Rs. 16990, which is the lowest price compared to the other phones being offered by other Indian manufacturers and Spice's competition.
Posted: 11 Jul 2013 11:34 AM PDT
China has been feeling a bit queasy since getting to know the fact that the US National Security Agency or NSA provides quite a good amount of source code to android. According to an NSA security researcher, the code that NSA provides is designed to "to raise the bar in the security of commodity mobile devices".
Posted: 11 Jul 2013 11:17 AM PDT
The Android security flaw recently discovered by Bluebox Security gets fixed thanks to the latest CyanogenMod update. This time around the update is focused on fixing various bugs and other issues in your device as opposed to bringing in new features; given the potentially dangerous nature of the "Master Key" flaw it's imperative that users get it patched as soon as the update arrives.
With the update, your device goes up to version 10.1.1. Not only does it fix the Master Key flaw (also known as bug 8219321) but it is also going to include the following items along with it;
Posted: 11 Jul 2013 10:50 AM PDT
The GNOME foundation is working on support for high definition displays and in this regard has received donations of significant number of hardware to enable the contributor work on the project.
High definition displays are current norm in the industry and offer lot of improvements over traditional hardware. The GNOME foundations want to ensure that their softwares work well with these displays and let its users take advantage of the current generation display technologies.
Posted: 11 Jul 2013 03:46 AM PDT
The internet is filled with rumours around the Moto X Smartphone. Motorola was quiet for a long time while other Smartphone giants have been releasing a plethora of devices every month. This new device might mark a new beginning for the Google acquired company.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Google is planning on a very high budget marketing campaign for the Moto X. Around $500 million is said to have been put aside for the highly customisable and made in USA flagship Smartphone from Motorola.
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