We have a video for you guys to take a look at today, and if you haven’t seen it before, it is going to blow your mind. The first time we saw it we couldn’t believe that it was real, we actually thought some modern day sorcery was going on, true story. The below shows off something called LIQUIPEL, it basically turns your smartphone device or whatever into a waterproof beast.
Intel is making a huge entrance into the world of smartphones with its Medfield chipsets for Android and other devices. One of the first Medfield powered Android smartphone is the Lenovo Racer-A, and this badboy is blazingly fast.
Asus made a splash at CES with several Transformer tablets, but something else popped up while many weren’t looking, the Asus Eee Pad MeMo 7 was right there secretly making an impression. The MeMO is Asus’s first 7-inch Android tablet, and the first 7-inch tablet to launch with Ice Cream Sandwich.
Sony came gunning at CES with some impressive products, one of which is the Sony SmartWatch. When it comes to time pieces on my wrist, I’m not really down for it, but if I could wear one like this then my stance on such things could take a major turn for better or worse….naaahh!
If you thought the Motorola Droid Razr was the thinnest smartphone on the planet, think again, that crown now falls to an unlikely source, Huawei. At CES, Huawei showed off the Ascend P1 S smartphone running Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich, and we are impressed with it.
Many of you probably never heard of Pantech, no worries, you do now. Pantech announced its first ever 4G LTE tablet and CES 2012 recently, it is called the Pantech Element, and will be exclusive to AT&T.
Here’s something rather interesting that I believe you all should know about. The Xbox Live team sent out a job posting recently, and from what it is saying, there could be an app in the works to bring the full Xbox Live experience to Android and iOS.
Here is video by Brandon Miniman from Pocketnow.com which show you how to manage memory in Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Android has always done a really good job at managing background tasks and processes as to not cause system slowness and poor battery life. However, if you’re a power user, you might like to manage your apps with a task manager, anyhow. There are a lot of popular third-party task killers available in the Android market, but Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has its own task killer built in: the multitask UI. To clear a cached process, just swipe an app out of the multitask UI. This will only clear cached processes and not running services. For running services, you’ll need to either force close an app to get it out of RAM, or use a third party task killer such as Advanced Task Killer.
For all those deadly PC gamers with a Steam account and an Android smartphone, you need to be prepared to spend every dime you have because there’s an unofficial Steam application for Android. You won’t find all the features of Steam sitting around in this application because Steam itself is a closed system, but you will definitely come across the best thing about it.
Tethering is one of the features every tech-head wants to do with their smartphone, unfortunately, many carriers are against, or requires you to pay a hefty monthly bill, which leads to users rooting their phones or looking to special applications to get the job done. To make things easier, there’s a new application called ClockworkMod Tether, and it promises to do what you want without the need to root your smartphone.
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