Tag: ui

Android Jelly Bean For Kindle Fire Now Available Through A Port

Android Jelly Bean For Kindle Fire Now Available Through A Port

| July 11, 2012 | Reply

The Kindle Fire is the most successful Android tablet to date, for the next few weeks that is. The problem with the Kindle Fire is the UI is for basic users and has very little hints that the OS is even Android. Luckily, the tablet is easily hackable and has a ton of developer support. […]

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Xbox’s “Kinect Play Fit” Gets Official; Will Track Calories Across Games

Xbox’s “Kinect Play Fit” Gets Official; Will Track Calories Across Games

| July 10, 2012 | Reply

Microsoft has released Kinect Play Fit today and it is available today. What this does is track your caloric burn throughout games. So if you kick a lot in Mortal Kombat you will be able to track how many calories that burned throughout the game. The updated UI will also feature a leader board to […]

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ATT Announces The Impressive Titan II Windows Phone. Not To Be Confused With The Tytn II Windows Mobile Phone

ATT Announces The Impressive Titan II Windows Phone. Not To Be Confused With The Tytn II Windows Mobile Phone

| March 26, 2012 | Reply

Cell phone names are terrible. They all have these names that make them sound like they could rise from the depth of the earth and give you power over the masses while holding them. That being said, ATT announced a pretty impressive phone today that carries the same name as a previous phone that was […]

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Windows Market Share Dips In October, Mac Gains Again

Windows Market Share Dips In October, Mac Gains Again

| November 2, 2011 | Reply

The other day while sitting in Caribou Coffee looking around the room there was about a 50-50 split between macs and pc’s that people had been working on. During a discussion about market share, OS security and advantages or disadvantages of owning one OS over the other, I made a comment that globally, Apple shared […]

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Google TV Announces Major Honeycomb Update Starting On Sunday [video]

Google TV Announces Major Honeycomb Update Starting On Sunday [video]

| October 28, 2011 | Reply

Sunday Sunday Sunday! Well, for Sony anyway. Google has finally opened up about all of the changes in the promised Honeycomb update for Google TV. To sum it up, it looks pretty nice! If you saw videos or even installed the leaked beta then you might be surprised as well. Google took the UI and […]

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Did You Order An Amazon Kindle Fire Yet? 95,000 Have

Did You Order An Amazon Kindle Fire Yet? 95,000 Have

| October 3, 2011 | Reply

The iPad is what most measure all tablets against. If that’s the case, Amazon is hot on the trail of being a success before it even ships. Reports are that the Kindle Fire is almost at 100,000 units ordered in its first week of being announced. The tablet doesn’t ship until mid November and it […]

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Windows 8 Developer Preview Download For Public Available Tonight

Windows 8 Developer Preview Download For Public Available Tonight

| September 13, 2011 | Reply

According to Microsoft after 8PM pacific time tonight, you will be able to get yourself some Windows 8 love on a machine. I would not recommend you do this on a machine you will call a daily driver. If you do, use a different partition. I would just use a whole other hard drive all […]

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Huawei Vision Brings An aluminum Body And 3D To A Mid Range Phone

Huawei Vision Brings An aluminum Body And 3D To A Mid Range Phone

| August 3, 2011 | Reply

Ok, so it isn’t real 3d. It’s more like a 3d experience on a 2d setup. But Huawei has made it’s own UI on top of Android with 3d type imaging. By the images I have seen, they may have employed SPB for their UI as the base. The phone itself is abuout 1/4 pound, […]

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Google’s new WDYL.com site gives your search results in the form of Google services

Google’s new WDYL.com site gives your search results in the form of Google services

| June 28, 2011 | Reply

Ever wished that your Google searches would just return a big list of results in the form of Google services? Google thinks your answer is “yes”… Today, Google quietly rolled out WDYL.com (What Do You Like) which is a new site that attempts to “create a unified UI to search in multiple channels”. What this […]

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