New Amazon smartphone rumors spell out gestures, tilting, and more

Amazon Smartphone

It seems the Amazon smartphone is getting yet more details in the latest leak and the 3D effects were just that start of Amazon’s plans to bring something new to an already crowded market. Unsurprisingly, the Amazon smartphone will run a heavily customised version of Android just like ...

Read More

Google acquires Flutter, a gesture recognition startup

flutter

Google recently purchased the San Francisco based startup, Flutter, a company that helps to pull away from using a keyboard and mouse, allowing us to use gestures in order to manipulate controls on our computer.  The projected price tag that Google paid, $40 million dollars, is just a drop in ...

Read More

Swiftkey celebrates 4th anniversary by bringing ‘flow’ out of beta

sk4

SwiftKey, easily the most recognizable name in Android keyboards (and possibly Android software altogether) has just turned 4 years old. So, how does an app company celebrate? Cake, cookies, ice cream? Nope – they release more software. The company has taken their “flow” ...

Read More

Google Handwrite allows you to write what you want to search

google_logo_feature

Google started as a search engine, and today their main priority and focus is still that. Today, it’s known as the father of all the search engines, and Google planned to take their mobile search experience to next level. Introducing Google Handwrite, which allow the user to search ...

Read More

Android A85 Superfone with Gesture Control

micromax Android A85

Micromax and eyeSight partner up to create what seems to be a new type of smartphone. Although, their Android A85 Superfone boasts ordinary specs for today’s standard. This devices offers a 1GHz Dual Core processor, of the Tegra 2 variety, a 3.8” display, and offers Gesture Control. Micromax ...

Read More

Gesture Search: An Open Letter To Google

By now many of you have discovered that Gesture Search is available to all Android 1.6+ devices from the Market. Now question is… is it useful? Most people I have spoken to have given me something along the lines of, “Sort of, but it’s not as accessible as I’d ...

Read More