Difficult to explain that feeling that you get when you close the app still present in the background on your smartphone, such as picking a table after a meal or to tidy their room.However this apparent digital cleaning operation is needless, and indeed, rather your energy consumption the worsens, saying that there were two direct interested like Apple and Google.
Last to speak of the argument was the VP of Engineering for Android, Hiroshi Lockheimer,authoritative confirmation that aim to change beliefs fictitious created in this last decade of digital development. To explain why you have to go into more detail and analyze the operation of multitasking, applications can be divided into 5 ‘ States ‘, both on iOS is on Android: the first is the non-functioning, when has not been called into question. Continue reading Close Applications Does Not Improve the Autonomy, Nor on Android or iOS
Clean the screen of the mobile, or tablet, for some of us is essential. Take it filled with dirt or finger marks is not especially aesthetically but nothing that is resolved with a chamois leather. However, someone in Japan has had a much less singular idea.
Takara Tomy company will launch March that we could classify as one robotic vacuum cleaner for mobile phones. Instead of cleaning our room, this little toy will leave our Android gold pads automatically. Continue reading AutoMee S, a Type Vacuum Cleaner Roomba to Clean The Screen of Our Android
Meizu Pro 6 continues to be talked about. The rumor on the Terminal have become increasingly insistent and we paint a high end device, featuring a probable 5.7 ” display with curved edges, 6 GB of RAM and a SoC Exynos 8890. Since this is rumor, all these details could not be confirmed during the presentation of the Terminal, waiting for April, though we won’t have to wait until next month to find out that the SoC is used by the next Pro 6 will not be realized by Samsung. Continue reading The VP of Meizu Belies the use of SoC Exynos or Panels QHD on the Next Pro 6
The most successful crowdfunding, Ouya, history has finally become reality, at least for developers who have decided to invest the sum of 699 dollars to get one of the development versions of the console that has moved the micropatronage world. Obviously, being a development version materials are clear plastic, but has allowed us to see some of the improvements that have been implemented at the last minute. Continue reading Ouya Begins to Reach Developers and Here We Have The Official Unboxing
The preview of Android N Beta has been released just two days ago, and for this reason it is normal within it some bugs that will be corrected as they developers will study carefully the new Google operating system release.
A pretty serious bug seems to be hitting the Nexus range devices, devices that have submitted some malfunctions or errors after installing the preview. It seems that the Developer Preview of Android N installed through the Beta Program can “brickare” the device by blanking them and preventing them from restarting. Moreover, it seems that downloading a factory image and installation using Fastboot have not solved the problem. Continue reading A Bug in Android Device to Function Properly no Problem DP Nexus
The Korean firm Samsung is a non-stop, in recent weeks we have witnessed the birth of a huge amount of new products, especially smartphones, and although the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom already has advanced photographic possibilities, Samsung is not happy with their hybrid camera/smartphone.
Apparently, the Koreans already prepared the second version of its Galaxy Camera which could be, and there are several surprises capitalization, as that new camera with Samsung’s Android you will not have mirror and will come with interchangeable lenses. Continue reading Samsung Prepares a Camera without a Mirror for Our Galaxy
Google has introduced with the release of Android Marshmallows a function application which lets you use external memory of a smartphone in the same way as the internal one. Adoptable Storage, this is its name, is a solution for all smartphone owners with an internal memory “limited”, but with a MicroSD slot to expand it.
The OS, in fact, after a quick check to verify the quality of your memory, format and adds it under “device memory” updating the number of gigabytes available. From this moment on, the system will use one rather than the other to store internal data necessary for the operation of the system, but also for installing applications. Continue reading How to Reintroduce the Adoptable Storage Function on Galaxy S7 with No Root
In one of the talks of the Google I/O event has been seen how two developers Google showed examples of native Android applications running on Google Glass which get one specific installation of Ubuntu in this versatile device.
As you all know, Google Glass is based on a lightweight version of Android without many of the components of the platform that we found in our terminals, but these programmers they have shown how it is possible to install Ubuntu. Continue reading Google Developers Show How to Install Ubuntu in Google Glass
A roadmap AMLogic anticipates technical details on 3 new processors planned for 2016. Are the models: S905X, S905D and AMLogic AMLogic AMLogic S912, all based on design 4-core or 8-core ARM Cortex-A53 and all ready for firmware 6.0 Android based.
AMLogic S905D and S905X are similar. The former is more evolved. Native RGB interface support Gigabit Ethernet, and has the ability to accept incoming video streams (TS input) to integrate a TV Tuner. Interesting compatibility with 4 PCB layer (layers) to produce low-cost Mini PC. Continue reading Amlogic S912, S905X and S905D Inbox, Even for Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Since Ouya managed an overwhelming success for great performance at an affordable price offering, many have wanted to continue its success, with major or minor results. Many followed the plan to buy the console and the games would be separate, but today the company responsible of BlueStacks He has decided to change the business model with its new device. Continue reading Gamepop Is a New Console with Android That Works Based on Subscription