Back in August of this year we reported on a rather cool device called the Touchjet Wave. What this device does is turn your current HDTV into a giant touchscreen Android tablet basically. One of the issues some people pointed out was that this would lead to a ton of finger prints on your TV, especially with kids, even though you don’t actually have to touch the screen for it to register as a tap. Well it looks like Touchjet decided to make a new device that solves this problem called the Touchjet Pond.
Tag: android devices
A few days ago we stumbled onto Cicret which, at first, we thought was just another wearable piece of technology like the Smart Watches we currently have on market. That was until we realized that this little wristband is a whole lot more than a watch with some limited, but cool, functionality. Cicret basically puts a fully functional version of Android right on your skin for your to use just as though it was a touchscreen on a tablet or phone.
You may not remember an article we wrote, back near the beginning of December, about HTC being sued by Apple which could result in HTC Android devices being banned here in the USA. Well it seems that Apple has actually won that suit and HTC could now be facing that possible ban starting next year.
Well here is some interesting and somewhat troubling news that was just pointed out to us. According to Fortune CNN, HTC could be facing a possible import ban here in the U.S. depending on the outcome of an appeal over two patent that Apple is going after HTC for.
We don’t usually post about device sales except on the rare occasion when it’s something big like the pre-orders of the Asus Transformer Prime quad-core tablet going live yesterday. Today Amazon is having a pre-Cyber Monday sale on all their smart phones which will only cost you a single penny.
While it took slightly longer than the original ‘within days’ time frame that Madfinger Gamers mentioned it would take to get Shadowgun out to all other non-Tegra device, the wait is finally over. shadowgun has been updated and now support all Android devices with Adreno and PowerVR chips.
After a short delay of about a week, Minecraft developers Mojang have fixed whatever the nasty little bug that was plaguing the non-Xperia Play version of Minecraft: Pocket Edition which ended up getting last week’s release of this game to everyone else delayed.
Our readers in Europe and Asia have one more device to consider when shopping for that new Android phone soon. Called the Samsung Galaxy R, this new phone is packed with a Tegra 2 dual-core chip inside it and comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread when you buy it.
You can blame Beau Hindman from Massively for this article and most likely my possible disappearance for the next few hours. After watching his live streaming of Gameloft’s Order and Chaos, he had to go and post an article detailing a new application for mobile devices that, aside from being productive, will let you play games on your mobile device from your PC.
Well here is one of the more odd example of an exclusive but for Nook Color owners who also enjoy Angry Birds, it’s a damn sweet deal. Angry Birds Magic Places has just arrived on the Nook Color and with it the availability to unlock the Mighty Eagle bird as well.