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HTC has revealed the One X+, successor to the One X! Featuring a faster 1.7GHz Quad core Tegra 3 CPU, larger 2100mAh battery, 64GB of storage, Sense 4+, a 4.7 inch display & more! Remember HTC’s early 2012 Android flagship? Well, it’s back and plus-sized for the tech-savvy masses. Officially announced today, the One X+ is a minor refresh of the original that debuted at MWC this past spring, albeit with a faster 1.7GHz Tegra 3 CPU, larger 2100mAh battery, expanded 64GB of storage and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with Sense 4+ onboard. As part of that upgraded custom skin, the 4.7-inch device can now tap to pair, or “Tap and Go” as the company calls it, with Beats-branded speakers, allowing users to easily connect and disconnect from their audio peripherals. Apart from that, the 8-megapixel rear module with f/2.0 lens and ImageChip-assist has stayed the same, but the camera software’s been slightly tweaked with the addition of two new modes: Self Portrait for subtle retouching of front facing shots and Sightseeing which allows for quick launch of the camera app. Also debuting alongside this hardware update is HTC Get Started, a web-based service that lets users manage initial setup from the desktop for one-click installation on the phone itself. The One X+ is slated to launch globally this fall, hitting Europe and Northern Asia this October, with a November rollout in South Asia to follow. As for a US release, well, you’ll just have to sit tight and see what news the day brings …
Watch this week’s Android Revolution as we go through what’s hot and what’s not inside the world of Google’s Android project.
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This video will show you how to use the screen capture feature on your HTC EVO 4G LTE along with other HTC devices such as the One X and One S. Very neat feature that works very well! Let me know what you think and be sure to subscribe!! EVO LTE unboxing and first impressions! www.youtube.com Face Unlock demonstration: www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Google Plus: plus.google.com ACS Site: ACSyndicate.net If you’d like to donate, please click here www.paypal.com All donations go to my college fund and will be greatly appreciated Every little bit helps!
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androidadvices.com This is a Quick Demo of the Voice Functions based S-Voice App Demo on HTC One X Samsung’s Siri like Android App Catch us on Facebook & Twitter! twitter.com – Follow GadgetsDb.com on Twitter twitter.com – Follow for Android Updates twitter.com – Follow me on Twitter www.facebook.com – Like if you Love Gadgets www.facebook.com – Like if you are a Android User www.facebook.com Connect with me on Facebook Part of Digital World Solutions Network digitalworldsolutions.com advicesmedia.com gadgetsdb.com androidadvices.com All content used is copyright AdvicesMedia, Use or commercial display or editing of the content without proper authorization is not allowed.
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This is the third HTC One X test where I try to overload the processing power of the quad core Tegra3. I use an app called stick it to allow me to play 3 movies at once, run navigation, pandora, text, games, surf the web, and do voice to text. check it out!!
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Hi everyone, in this video I’m taking a look at the fantastic n64oid N64 emulator for Android. I’ll take you through 4 different games so you can get a feel as to how the emulator performs – to be honest – it’s pretty darn good! The games include: Banjo Kazooie GoldenEye 007 Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Diddy Kong Racing n64oid can be found in the SlideME Market for just 4.99 If you have any questions be sure to ask!
Scanfob(tm) 2002 Laser Bluetooth wireless barcode scanner, will scan barcodes from books into Amazon.com using the Android browser running on the Nexus S phone. This is done with the SerialMagic Gears application. SerialMagic Gears is available for free from Android Market, it’s available on AppsLive for Archos devices and also available directly from Serialio.com. Launch SerialMagic Gears and use Menu, Connect. Enable the Bluetooth radio on the Scanfob by holding the small function button down for a few seconds. Scan the Make Discoverable & Connectable barcode will also turn on the barcode scanner Bluetooth radio. SerialMagic Gears Bluetooth discovery will scan for devices, tap the Scanfob wireless barcode scanner to connect. A Bluetooth pairing request should appear, enter four zeros for Scanfob 2002 Bluetooth key. Scan a barcode from the laser scanner as a sanity check to post to SerialMagic Gears. To enable SerialMagic Gears to scan data from the Scanfob(tm) 2002 Bluetooth wireless barcode scanne: Use Menu – Options and check that SerialMagic Keys(tm) option is enabled. With SerialMagic Keys enabled then go to the Android Settings app – Language & Keyboard, and enable SerialMagic Keys, tap OK to the warning dialog, now you can read/scan data from Bluetooth or wifi wireless barcode scanners, RFID readers, sensors, scales, temperature probes, digital calipers and other devices into any application. Launch the Android browser then tap-and-hold in the area where we want …
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Watch this week’s Android revolution as we go through what’s hot and what’s not inside the world of Google’s Android project. In today’s show we go through Samsung’s unpacked event where they teamed up with Google to release both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus Google smartphone and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to go along with it. We also go through Android 4.0 and what it means for the smartphone industry and competition. We later talk about Motorola’s recent unveiling of its new flagship Droid RAZR sporting more than just a thin design. We then go through all our recent coverage for the week, which includes all the tips you need to run the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich emulator on your computer. We end our show covering other smartphone releases for the week, which include the Motorola Atrix 2 and other great devices for an affordable price tag. All this and more after the break. – Full Specs On Samsung Galaxy Nexus: pocketnow.com – Full details on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich: pocketnow.com – How to install the Ice Cream Sandwich emulator on your computer: pocketnow.com – What can you do with a Barometer on a Smartphone article: pocketnow.com – Android 4.0: What was missing – pocketnow.com – Get the Galaxy Nexus wallpaper – pocketnow.com – Get the Ice Cream Sandwich Roboto font – pocketnow.com Website: pocketnow.com Twitter twitter.com Facebook: www.facebook.com
This is an in-depth recap of the Google Music Event held on November 16, 2011. Google’s opening up there Google Music Beta service to the public, which let’s users upload 20000 songs to the cloud and stream over their computers and Android devices. Another announcement was the Music Store in Android Marketplace, which offers exclusive music and the option to upload original music. Tell us what you think about the Google Music and all of its new features in the comments below. As always, don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and comment. We have much more content coming along, so stay tuned! Check out our channel for all our latest updates: www.youtube.com Follow us on twitter: www.twitter.com Google Music, Artist Hub and More! Google Music, Artist Hub and More! Google Music, Artist Hub and More! Google Music Keynote Event Recap Google Music Keynote Event Recap Google Music Keynote Event Recap
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This is the sixty-second episode of BestTechInfo And Rumors! Links to the articles discussed in this episode: 1. 5.0.1 Downgrade Update: TinyUmbrella Updated To Support iOS 5.0.1: www.besttechinfo.com 2. NEW Amazon Kindle Fire Unboxing: www.besttechinfo.com 3. How To Root Your Amazon Kindle Fire – “Jailbreak” It: www.besttechinfo.com 4. Kids Want Either The iPad, iPod Touch, Or The iPhone More Than Anything Else This Holiday Season: www.besttechinfo.com 5. Developers Have Cracked Siri’s Security Protocol: www.besttechinfo.com 6. Apple Released iTunes 10.5.1 And iTunes Match To The Public: www.besttechinfo.com 7. The “iBox” Is One Artist’s Interpretation Of What The iTV Will Be: www.besttechinfo.com — All Things Apple Giveaway — www.besttechinfo.com Like my Facebook for more updates and interactions: on.fb.me Follow the Twitter accounts listed below to get updated more often: My Official Twitter: twitter.com BestTechInfo’s Official Twitter: twitter.com New Episodes Every Friday!
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