2011 was certainly a big year for Android, so it’s not really a surprise to us that Millenial Media’s Mobile Mix year in review report shows Android on the top
The first ever Ice Cream Sandwich device known as Galaxy Nexus will be out later this month, but what about other devices running on previous Android OSs? Well, we all
Google I/O may have sold out fast (59 minutes fast), but the Big G has decided to put the ENTIRE event online. They said it would include, “streaming of the keynotes, as in years past, as well as—new for 2011—the addition of sessions from Android and Chrome. We’ll also aim to post HD video recordings from sessions that are not livestreamed within 24 hours.” Sounds great
I’m still sitting in my chair, shaking. I haven’t feel this way since I bought my lucky ticket to see Rolling Stones back in 2005. Yes, I did it – I will go to Google IO 2011! But why in age of the “cloud” it had to be such an awful, painful experience?
I can just hear Kip in the background singing, “I love technology as I write this. We got word today from Keyes Labs that they have released a really interesting app called State of the Union 2011, which is designed to allow users to give real time feedback on what President Obama says during his State of the Union Address. A quote from their blog:
Samsung sure is gutsy. J. K. Shin, a Samsung Mobile rep, told Korea Times in an interview that Samsung is aiming to triple its smartphone sales this year. In 2010, Sammy sold 20 million smartphones. In 2011, They’re shooting for 60 million.
As our live coverage from the CES floor continues with our partners at Streamly.TV, we want to give some love back to the viewers who have been tuning in every
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2HET66XYdQ[/youtube] Our friends and CES 2011 partners at streamly.tv got a first at CES today, check out the above video to see the calm before the storm in Las Vegas!
Samsung aims to sell 18% more phones un the new year. Can they pull it off?
This summer was just plain filthy with announcements of Tablets. Big Tablets. Little Tablets. Talets with Google Market. Tablets with no Market. Tons and Tons of Tablets. Many of them have yet to show up, and even fewer of them looked like “the one” to most. Google put the word out that the real good Tablet stuff would not exist in Froyo, though that didn’t even seem to slow Manufacturers down.