Showing posts with label mobile. Show all posts
Showing posts with label mobile. Show all posts

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Test Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Galaxy Nexus - II

Multitasking on steroids

In general, the management of concurrent tasks is a strong point of Android, which also strengthens from year to year, while applications are iOS silos with an inlet, an outlet, and a sense of movement well accurate, Android applications can communicate, report and act more freely.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Samsung and Apple recipe

If the short history of Apple in the smartphone market is known to all, that of the Samsung may be a little less. More discreet Apple, Samsung was not necessarily have to rule the smartphone market. Founded in 1938, the company began as a simple merchant indeed noodles. 70 years later, Samsung has become a chaebol, a conglomerate of 83 companies making 13% of exports of South Korea.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Flash 10.2 Android arrives today

Announced in early February after its release on Mac and PC, Flash 10.2 shall be offered for download today via its Android Market or updates OTA. This book is written for Android 2.2 (Froyo), 2.3 (Gingerbread) as well as some users already blessed Android 3.0 (Honeycomb).

In the latter case, it is still a beta and the audience is smaller - even if that geographically - as consisting of Xoom customers. The tablet Motorola will simultaneously receive its first revision system 3.0.1. More will follow before Flash 10.2 do it is proposed final version.

This new Flash Androphones provides video acceleration on H264, but only for Honeycomb. Another novelty reserved for shelves next Android 3.0, an improved browser integration, resulting in navigation and view more smoothly pages. Flash content embedded in Web pages should be better supported as well.

More generally, the performance should be slightly up on today's mobile. Flash applications and data on the PC that used to be used with a physical keyboard can be better managed on devices that offer a virtual keyboard. It will be displayed, for example automatically by the application when necessary. Adobe maintains a list of compatible devices with Flash.