The Android Police Week In Review is back. And I have coffee, so I'm very excited about it! And if you don't want to read my jittery ramblings, you can always check out our weekly podcast, where you can hear my (and the rest of the podcast team's) slightly-drunken ramblings. About news, and stuff.
It's time for the Android Police Week in Review (... to disrupt my Memorial Day vacation). Don't forget, you can find lots of this news on our weekly podcast, without the burden of a literacy requirement.
- A quick look at the quick SanDisk 64GB SDXC UHS microSD card - needs more acronyms.
- The Logitech Z515 is like a Jambox, but bigger. Revolutionary.
Surfing the web while on the move has become a reality thanks to mobile internet over 3G or LTE. However despite yearly advancements in its technology, the reliability of mobile networks remains lackluster.
A solution to ubiquitous connectivity has come in the form of blanketing various cities with wireless hotspots. For example, in Singapore the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) have initiated the [email protected] program which aims to provide wireless hotspots all across the island. Read More
It's time for another Android Police Week In Review, where I put things in lists. You can catch of lot of these things in our weekly podcast, too, because who reads things?
Welcome to the Android Police Week In Review - your source for the most sarcastic, ill-tempered Android headlines of the week. So basically it's like Fox News, if Fox News was on Comedy Central. You can catch a lot of this news on our podcast as well.
Welcome to the Android Police Week In Review - where I talk about the biggest stories of the week in the world of Android and no way make fun of anything. This week, of course, necessitates a chunk-o Galaxy S III news, so let's get down to it.
Also, don't forget, you can catch a lot of this news on our weekly podcast.
Heads up, jetsetters! CNN has released an app for those of you who like to travel abroad. Specifically, those of you who travel to Asia or Australia will find the app particularly useful, but everyone who's about to leave their 20 square mile home area should take a look. The app aggregates local info, photos, and news coverage that you can filter by region.
The app, and the website for that matter, despite billing themselves as sources for "global" info and views from around "the world", seem to focus heavily on Asian stories and topics. Read More
Welcome to the Android Police Week In Review, your source for the biggest and best Android stories of the week, in an easy-to-digest and totally-not-humorous format. Really. I mean it. So, what have we got this week?
Also, don't forget, you can catch a lot of this news in our weekly podcast.
Welcome to the week in review - Android Police's weekly news roundup for all things Android and Android Police. Don't like reading? You can catch a lot of these topics on our weekly podcast, here, as well.
If there's one thing Android lovers can unite around, it's that we have the best community around. When CyanogenMod put out the call back in February asking for donations to get some new servers, the community responded enthusiastically. Now, the most popular third-party ROM developer is announcing that the servers are online and capable of building CM9 in nine minutes. Whoa.
This is where the magic happens.
The team says there's still some work to be done before these babies are cranking, but once they've set up schedulers to automate the builds, the new servers will be able to put together bleeding edge ROMs for your device faster than you can say "Holy crap, that was really friggin' fast."
For those who are curious (and aren't we all?) those are three Dell R610s in the photo of the CM servers above. Read More