Archive for January, 2011

NookColor gets Android 3.0 Honeycomb

NookColor gets Android 3.0 Honeycomb

The Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK was just released earlier this week and developers are already busy working on implementing the system on various devices. Developers may have just gotten the Android 3.0 Honeycomb to work on the NookColor, the increasingly popular Android based full color e-reader.

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Google Invites Publishers to Honeycomb Android Event

Google Invites Publishers to Honeycomb Android Event

Google has just sent out invites to an event with a bee sticker attached to the email. This event will take place of course on February 2nd, giving everyone an ample amount of time to prepare for it, and you can bet that we'll be amongst them. There'll be an in-depth look at Honeycomb, Android ecosystem news, and some hands-on demos! Get your eyeballs out, we'll be typing so furiously you'll know what they say before they said it!

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RIM begins modest BlackBerry PlayBook production

RIM begins modest BlackBerry PlayBook production

Looks like RIM is playing it cautious with the PlayBook as the company needs the tablet to succeed to stay relevant.  Production of the PlayBook tablet is between 150,000-200,000 a month from Quanta’s plant in Taiwan, with shipments ready as early as February.  Sources say that RIM is building the PlayBook exclusively in Taiwan so white-box makers in China won’t be able to copy the tablet, while also protecting its security specifications.

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Hands on the White BlackBerry Torch

Hands on the White BlackBerry Torch

Showing Apple how it's done when it comes to releasing white versions of their phones--the white iPhone 4 being still elusive--RIM is now offering a white version of their BlackBerry Torch 9800. The folks over at Pocket-lint got intimate with the White BlackBerry Torch and offered up many lovely photos of their hands on experience.

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Android Honeycomb Could Support Smartphones?

Android Honeycomb Could Support Smartphones?

Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, has been pushed by Google and Motorola as a tablet-centric version of the Android OS. Google is open about their plans to unify Android and we may in the midst of a stirring towards that now. While Honeycomb's default setting is 1280x768, it switches into a different mode when you change the screen setting to WVGA.

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iTunes 10.1.2 released, supports CDMA iPhone 4

iTunes 10.1.2 released, supports CDMA iPhone 4

Apple has released iTunes 10.1.2 for the Mac and PC, adding CDMA support in the latest update.  This is necessary for those who plan on buying Verizon’s iPhone 4 and have it sync properly with iTunes. The release didn’t specifically mention Verizon and only referred to an “iPhone 4 (CDMA model)” which has people speculating whether other CDMA carriers for the iPhone 4 may be in the near future.

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