Posts Tagged ‘gingerbread’

…items of interest include long press in GMail to copy text if you’re on Gingerbread (finally something is being done about the sorry state of the Copy Pasta), it also now allows the sync’ing of custom coloured labels.

Multiple source are reporting that Android Gingerbread might be getting Music Sync built into the Account Sync settings. I can confirm that if you’re running Gingerbread and install the leaked Honeycomb music player doing the rounds on XDA Developers then the menu item does indeed show in account sync(see my screenshot).  Oddly,I’ve been running both […]

  Cat’s out the bag, Google Nexus S comes out in the UK 20th December One sentence Summary: I’d rather have a Nexus One, the S isn’t much of an improvement. A few thoughts: Screen – Curved (convex?), interesting Build quality – Not as nice as the Nexus One, simple as that.  Tacky Samsung plastic […]

Android Phone Fans claim to have details on the next version of Android

Eldar Murtazin, a Russian blogger who was in trouble with Nokia last week for not giving back a prototype handset he came across(somehow), just posted an interesting tweet.  I don’t know where he is getting this info from but regarding Android 3.0/Gingerbread he says “Google will not insist on remove of any shells from next […]

Android 3.0 is apparently going to set some hardware minimums, sounds like a smart idea to me if it’s meant to take on iPhone. Rumoured specs are: It must have a CPU clocked at 1GHz or higher It must have 512MB or more of RAM It must have a screen sized 3.5-inches or higher Native […]

Not really a surprise considering the man who invented the webOS UI has been hired by Google; Techcrunch have an article on how now that Froyo has taken care of the under the hood improvements of Android, the next update, Gingerbread, will mostly be a new interface tweaking. Fingers crossed.