If you own an LG Spectrum under Verizon network, there’s a reason to be happy today because Big Red just rolled (finally!) the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update for your device. Some owners reported they were able to receive the update early this morning and that the process went smooth and successful. LG
As time goes on we see more and more of the future coming into the present. Yesterday we had a call with the CEO of Soasta on cloud based testing. During the call and their presentation for their new cloud based testing offerings Soasta CEO Tom Lounibos brought up the fact that the interactive displays
Bluestacks is a pretty cool company, why, because they’ve developed PC software to run your favorite Android apps on the PC. At the recent International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Bluestacks took home the CNET award for best software. Just prior to CES it was revealed that Bluestacks will also allow you to use
The Fujitsu Arrows tablet is already available for sale in Asia. There is a 4G version available in Japan on DoCoMo. While the inner workings of the Fujitsu Arrows tablet are inline with several Honeycomb tablets available stateside there are a couple features that make this a stand out tablet. First off the waterproofing. The
While we got into the Samsung Press conference it was jam packed to the hilt and very hard to see from the back. Mind you our apps editor Elijah Ketchum and our on-site technician Steve were in line two hours before the press conference. During the press conference Samsung highlighted all aspects of their consumer
Philips has been making a name for themselves in the iPod/iPhone dock world for the past few years. They manufacture music and audio docks for iPods at an affordable price, that sound great. Last year, leading up to CES 2011 we were hoping we would see some Android specific docks, and Philips came through over
Automakers are starting to implement more and more digital infotainment systems and digital instrument clusters. Ford, Kia, Mercedes, Cadillac and more are integrating smart phones and smartphone like functionality into their newest cars. In fact Cadillac showed off their new Cue system at CES Unveiled in New York in November and again at CES 2012
At CES 2012 Intel showed off their reference design featuring their Atom processor for smartphones and Android devices. We got to take a look at the device itself, the battery life and now their burst camera shot. There are a few Android phones out there that have burst camera features already. With Intel’s burst camera
Philips was the first company to offer a true Android music dock. Sure there were companies offering 3.5mm, BlueTooth and adapter oriented work arounds but Philips went ahead and designed 4 Android docks, similar to their iPod offerings, but with rotatable mico-usb connectors. Now Philips is introducing new Android Headsets. I know, I know, what
This week at CES the stars were everywhere. First off we were surprised at the Sony press conference with an appearance by actor Wil Smith. Smith was there as Sir Howard Stringer, CEO of Sony was showing off the Sony cameras used to film MIB3. At the same event Sony recording artist and the first
If you’ve been following Thedroidguy for a while than you know the thing I like most about all products is how they contribute to productivity. Sure fun and entertainment are great but I need to stay productive. Don’t get me wrong the Samsung Galaxy Tabs are awesome for entertainment and I own one. The Galaxy
Intel didn’t jump into Android when everyone else did. They took three years to design what they are hoping is the perfect processor to handle all the rigorous processes in an Android device. They also seemed to listen to the Android community, other manufacturers and the consumer when designing their Atom processor for Android devices.
A little while back, during the Intel Developer’s Conference, Google’s Andy Rubin announced that Intel was developing Atom processors specifically for Android devices. Intel’s entry into the processor business for Android phones pits them against the likes of Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung and Texas Instruments. All of which have been powering Android for quite some time.
While at CES 2012 in Las Vegas we got a chance to get our hands on the new Sony Xperia S as well as the new Sony Xperia Ion. The Ion is headed to AT&T’s 4G/LTE network in Q2 and packs a powerful punch in an eye-catching sexy frame. The Sony Xperia Ion features a