Kristen Schaal has been appearing in more Xperia Play ads again, the last one we featured being the one with Kristen talking about building some sort of monument for her in Minecraft and the contest surrounding it. Now MLG Pro Circuit gamer, TSquared, is in on the action.
Loaded with Tegra 2 dual core processor technology the G2x is one of the flagship T-Mobile phones going into this holiday season. T-Mobile and LG have made few modifications to otherwise stock Android since it was brought from Korea to the States - the only phone that's both dual core and stock Android is now available on the market. See how it does after the break.
Gameloft has announced that they will, indeed, be bringing over the Xperia Play optimized versions of their games over to the Android Market soon. Originally these optimized games have remained on Gameloft's own storefront while their normal Android HD games have slowly been making their way onto the market.
Right now we are nearing the release of two new chipsets for Android devices, both of which are quad-core. Qualcomm S4 is slated for release sometime in 2012 while nVidia's Kal-El (Tegra 3) Chipset will start appearing in tablets within the next couple of month while phones will start appearing in Q1 2012.
Delighted by a new update to the Market application on my existing Motorola Xoom, we just had to share the update with you, our reader including a link to download it directly! Read More to view a short video of it in action and grab the new Market.
Back in the beginning of September our hardware nut, Shamus, wrote about CIQ services and how HTC is using them to watch everything you do and collect that data. Well XDA has done further digging into this and found even more information on what CIQ and HTC are doing.
Amazon, the world's largest retailer has built Kindles for some time. Their primary purpose (being reading) they featured matte-reflective black and white only displays. Today, that's changed - big time. Amazon's Kindle Fire, at just a penny under $200 is threatening to put the Vita and 3DS in their place.
With Kal-El tablets nearing release later this year and phones coming in early 2012, nVidia has released a couple of new whitepapers with more information about the Kal-El chipset. One interesting fact from the paper notes that Kal-El isn't really quad-core but instead actually has a total of five cores.
During our talk with Sony Ericsson on Wednesday during VDCC (Verizon's developer conference) we asked about the word going around that there would not be another iteration of the Xperia Play device. Sony Ericsson did drop a few hints as to what the future holds for the Xperia Play.
So word out of the Tokyo Game Show today has Sony announcing their new Playstation SDK which will allow developers to use one SDK when creating games that will run on all the Playstation Certified devices. This includes the Xperia Play, the two new Sony Tablets and even the PS Vita.
We know we don't usually cover phone updates, but this is a big one -- without prior notice T-Mobile and HTC have shipped out an update that adds video chat through gtalk along with a slightly cosmetically updated interface to the free talk client. This outdates the Qik client already in place on the Sensation via T-Mobile. Also added is native screenshot support anywhere in the OS.