Android 4.2 Is Filled with Error-the Worst Since the Honeycomb

Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean contains a lot of errors – users complain about limited battery life, crashes, and more.

With Android 4.1 Jelly Bean told Google about their “project butter”, which was supposed to make Android more fill. This turned out was also a highly successful update, but the latest update Android 4.2 Jelly Bean will not be received as well.

The website our site even think that it’s the Android version with the most problems and errors since Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Continue reading Android 4.2 Is Filled with Error-the Worst Since the Honeycomb

Google Updates Play Store with New Features

Google has updated their application store with new features-download the update here.

Google has once more discretely updated Google Play application with new features and functions.

The application is now reached oppai version number 3.10.9, bringing app proposal after installation, easier cleanup of the wish list with the delete function, Google Translate feature for translating the app description as well as improved app-recommendation via Google + contacts. Continue reading Google Updates Play Store with New Features

Google Play Joins Also Sold out of Nexus 10

Sales of Nexus devices Nexus 4 and 7 are gone over expectation. Now it is reported that Google has sold out of Nexus Play 10.

Google just now downwind when it comes to sales of Nexus devices. Previous reports about the Nexus 7 has been very positive, as well as the smart phone Google Nexus 4 by LG is also reported as sold out.

Now is the announcement that the largest of the devices, the Tablet Nexus 10, also is sold out. The first model, were reported sold out was 32 GB version, but soon after followed the 16 GB version.

Nexus 7 is now also ready in a 32 GB version in Denmark, you can read the full review of it here, as well as a closer look at the Nexus 4, which is precisely the country to test at our site.


Android Users Must Do without Christmas

All Android 4.2 users must do without on Christmas Eve and the whole of December, Google has forgotten a whole calendar month.

Google has made a blunder by the slightly more attention-grabbing, the company has, in fact, forgotten to insert an entire calendar month in Android 4.2.

Are you sitting with a contact on an Android phone and want to add his or her birthday 4.2 date, so this may not be possible if he or she is born in the month of December, and this is regardless of the year.

We have on our site confirmed the error on both our Galaxy and Nexus Google Nexus 4 by LG, both running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

It is expected, however, that the error will be corrected in the next update of the system, until then, people born in December without getting entered their birthday date.

Including a screen shot of the error can be seen.

Such Is the Android 4.2-We Have Tested

We have installed Android 4.2 on our Samsung I997 and gives you here our opinion about the last Jelly Bean version.

Google Android, the system that now draws the majority of the world’s total smartphone sales, has gone a step up of development-stairs and have now version 4.2.

Android 4.2 States as its predecessor Android 4.1, Jelly Bean meaning that there basically has been no great development due to software, but a closer look at features and functions. Continue reading Such Is the Android 4.2-We Have Tested

Nice Car Kit for HTC One X (Product Tests)

TEST: carkit for HTC’s One X and One X + is an absolute must have if you own one of these smartphones. But it is not a product without defects.

Run you car and need to talk on the phone or Navigator, is a good carkit an absolute must. Exactly such a solution is HTC deliverable in.

The product is called Car Kit for HTC One X, but also fits HTC One X +. In the package included suction cup to the window, as well as the mounting plate to the car’s dashboard, if you prefer this type of mounting. You’ll also find wire to the power jack in your car, so the phone can be filled with “juice” while you are driving. Continue reading Nice Car Kit for HTC One X (Product Tests)

Our Site Introduces New Listener Service

Our site presents now the world’s first listening music service that can identify music and add it to your playlist.

Wednesday issued our site an update for the iPhone and iPad, which makes their music service able to listen to music and identify the numbers.

It in itself is not a world novelty, since other services like our site. SHAZAM has previously done the same.

The novelty of the our site is the ability to identify music, and instantly add numbers to your own play list. After that, you can stream music through the our site. Continue reading Our Site Introduces New Listener Service

Get the Music from the Smart Phone Wirelessly Through the Car Speakers (Product Tests)

TEST: You can take advantage of the music player in your smartphone for Internet radio as well as Spotify in the car. It requires Car Stereo Clip, which we have tested.

Our smartphones is filled with music and access to streaming services like our site and Tunein Radio, but in the car it becomes awkward to take advantage of these opportunities, we will find ourselves in with less wires to the AUX connector on the car radio.

HTC has produced a small universal solution fixer this problem. The name is Car Stereo Clip AUX (HTC Car A100). Continue reading Get the Music from the Smart Phone Wirelessly Through the Car Speakers (Product Tests)

Apple’s App Store Rounds Milestone

The app Store has just rounded a million registered applications – however, they are not any longer available in the apps store.

According to our site, so Apple now has rounded a million signed up for applications in the apps store since it was launched in July 2008.

The million includes all iOS apps that have been in the App Store for iPad and iPhone since opening, but not the applications that are in the Mac App Store.

According to Appsfire has the numbers, then there are 736,247 applications in the App Store, which now can be downloaded. 336,270 of these is payment applications and 120,065 is games.

Appsfire posted a tweet that milestone was just around the corner for Apple and The Next Web has now confirmed that it is reached.

Mobile Operating System from Firefox Ready in 2013

Next year comes the first smartphones on the market with the Web-based operating system from Firefox.

Mozilla is weak on the mobile platforms, which need to be changed for next year when they are ready with their own operating system for smartphones, Firefox US. It writes our site.

This means that they go into direct competition with Google Android, Apple’s iOS and Windows Phone from Microsoft. Continue reading Mobile Operating System from Firefox Ready in 2013

Google Will Now Also be Telecom Company

Techno lodging-giant is in talks about getting access to a mobile network in the United States so that they also can sell telecommunications subscriptions.

Google is behind, Android, which is the world’s most widely used operating system for smartphones, the popular Nexus tablets and smartphones, the world’s most-used search engine on the Internet, the Chrome browser and much more. But it is not enough. Continue reading Google Will Now Also be Telecom Company

More Mobile Subscriptions Than Danes

The Danes are diligent customers of telecommunications companies. Many have started in more than one SIM card, show the latest figures.

Many Danes have more than one SIM card, and thus a commitment on the part of their telephone company that includes more than just a single mobile phone.

For the first half of the year 2012 has Business Agency calculated that there are 8,285 million mobile subscriptions in Denmark, including data solutions and prepaid cards. It is similar to a half SIM card per Dane, measured on the total population at just over 5.5 million. Continue reading More Mobile Subscriptions Than Danes

We Are Wild with Internet and aPps on Smart Phone

Smartphones used now quite actively for applications and internet use. Transferring data as never before.

We are using more and more our smartphone, there has been a Swiss army knife of internet intensive applications and opportunities.

The latest figures from the Commercial Agency shows that we are very excited to use the smart phone as a internetdevice.

In the first half of 2012 was via smartphones 6.48 petabytes of data transferred. It is similar to 6.8 billion megabytes, or what may be on 6,569 external hard drives on one terabyte per Bill. Continue reading We Are Wild with Internet and aPps on Smart Phone

Google Maps for iOS Is Tested before the Apple Approval

Google is in the process of the last test of a Maps app for iOS, before it is sent for approval by Apple, writes the newspaper.

Several people outside of Google has been testing access to the search giant remains undisturbed Maps app for iOS.

It tells a source “with direct knowledge of the matter” according to the our site.

Google is putting the finishing touches on the application before it is sent to the App Store approval by Apple, adds the source, but it is still uncertain exactly when this will happen. Continue reading Google Maps for iOS Is Tested before the Apple Approval

Microsoft Promise: Long Life for Windows Phone 7.x

Windows Phone 8 is the future of Microsoft, but the old 7.x version will continue for a while yet for low-cost mobiles.

Windows Phone 8 is the latest shot at Microsoft-the tribe, but the old version will not be left in the lurch.

A new update of Windows Phone 7-IE version 7.8-is on the way, and that’s not going to go long before the public can have more details.

-“We have more to tell about 7.8 in the coming weeks,” said Terry Myerson, vice President for Microsoft’s Windows Phone Division, for our site. Continue reading Microsoft Promise: Long Life for Windows Phone 7.x

WIMP Provides Free, Unlimited and Commercial-Free Music-Provisional

Now anyone with a computer and NET connection free stream millions of songs from music service Wimp without paying a penny. Restrictions, however, are on the way.

Music services are a hit at the moment, and now go Wimp to assault on competitor Spotify by also offering a free version of the product.

This means that anyone with a computer and an internet connection can stream the service’s 18 million songs free of charge. You will have access to the music via mobile and tablet, you should buy a Premium subscription for 99 dollars per month. Continue reading WIMP Provides Free, Unlimited and Commercial-Free Music-Provisional

Let Your Old Cell Preventing Children’s Accidents and Save Lives

Child accident fund is behind a collection of old mobiles, which must prevent child accidents and help save lives in Africa.

4 out of 5 Danes have one or more cell phones lying in the drawer, as they do not use. This is shown by a new study conducted by the Child Accident Fund has created.

So instead of storing the old cell phones in the tray, you can now donate them to advantage both for children’s safety and the environment. Behind the collection stands Child Accident Fund and EMC. Continue reading Let Your Old Cell Preventing Children’s Accidents and Save Lives