There have been some changes as of late to games that were scheduled to be released this month. A few of them have been pushed back to an August release instead of July. Generally this is due to final testing, bug fixing and all that good jazz developers have to do with their games.
The time has come, dual-core beasts are slowly trickling in the market. Its just too confusing which on to choose. For an average user, finding the best of the best phones and tablets in the market is hard. So let the DroidGamers help you. Here is a rundown of the current dual-core chipsets currently out.
During Google I/O 2011 which just finished, word came out that there would be a Nexus 3 coming out by the end of this year. Also, Android’s newest OS version, Ice Cream Sandwich, will also be coming out at around that time. Now we have nVidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, hinting that the Nexus 3 could also be quad-core.
Sprint and Earth 911 have teamed up to help deal with an environment burdened by electronic (as well as other) waste. The cellphone industry as well as the rest of disposable industries are no strangers to producing waste, with us replacing our devices every 6-12 months.
Alright, this is strictly a devil’s advocate kind of post. Personally my daily phone right now is a Nexus One and the thought of a Nexus Two is more then a delicious one, however, there are a few reasons that the upcoming Nov. 8th announcement by Samsung will not be regarding a Nexus Two phone along with it being the first to have Gingerbread 2.3 running on it.
Recently we broke news about a job listing over at Sony Playstation for a Senior Server Engineer and had one of the requirements listed as “Experience in Mobile Development, Specifically Android a plus”. Well it seems that after we broke the story and word spread to numerous sites, Sony got wind and has changed the actual job listing!
Qualcomm – creator of the snapdragon platform announces the next generation of their processors which include the newest mobile GPU, known as the Adreno 205 to compete with the Galaxy S devices. In the last year or so the processors in smartphones have become an important part of marketing the newest breed of ‘superphones’.