GOgroove's Pal Bot Rechargeable Google Android Robot Speaker is currently being offered at only $19.99, originally priced at $69.99. It features dual side-firing drivers and a passive subwoofer to deliver rich and powerful audio for a premium listening experience. Product page. Continue reading for a video.
- It's compatible with ANY & ALL devices equipped with a 3.5mm audio port.
- Pal Bot has two Dual Drive stereo speakers that are paired with a Passive Subwoofer on the bottom of the speaker for an extra powerful audio experience.
- Equipped with a long-lasting, rechargeable Lithium polymer battery, the speaker can handle up to 6 hours of use per charge with continuous audio playback at maximum output.
- Design also features movable arms and glowing LED eyes that indicate the current battery status.
You've heard what Apple fanboys say, now this video shows what diehard Android users have to say about their devices. It includes lots of comparisons, including better reception, faster hardware, bigger screen, etc. Continue reading to see more.
From afar and up-close, this device may look like the iPhone 5, but it's actually the GooPhone i5. That's right, thanks to all the controlled leaks from Apple, phone manufacturers in China are already starting to produce knockoffs, with this particular model being Android-powered. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.
Even to this day, all of the iPhone 5's specifications (larger display, higher-resolution camera, etc.) are still just rumors, and what better way to add to the speculation than with some amazing Android-powered smartphone concepts. We've rounded up five of the coolest for your viewing pleasure. First up, we have the ASUS ZenPhone, which is powered by Android 4.0 and boasts a quad-core 1.9-GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor as well as 32GB of onboard memory. Continue reading to see them all.
The idea behind Ouya, an open-source Android game console priced at just $99, was so popular that in just 2-days, the Kickstarter project raised over $2.6-million. It "will run an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor (just like the Nexus 7), 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage." Continue reading for a video and more information.
Ice Cream Sandwich has just been released, and Google / Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone is soon to follow. This latest update ditches passwords "for facial recognition technology to unlock phones." Plus, there's an all-new photo editor and an improved keyboard. Continue reading for a hands-on video.
Siri isn't the only game in town. You'll be able to speak into the Galaxy Nexus and other Android 4.0 smartphones and type emails, SMS messages, and more with your voice with the text immediately appearing on the screen in front of you.
[via PC Mag]
Finally, we get a nice (yet brief) preview of Google's upcoming Android Ice Cream Sandwich update. You'll spot "a new Google Apps icon which opens up a tray containing a number of featured services put out by the search giant, and long-pressing the home button brings up a vertical Honeycomb-style multitasking menu." Video after the break.
The notification bar, camera UI and other menus also have a much different look. Granted, all of this could just be a custom ROM built to emulate the latest Google dessert, so we can't be a full hundred percent certain that it's authentic.