What will happen to my android apps if my device is replaced? Published on October 30, 2012
Last month my beloved Sony Tablet S suffered a “little” accident and the screen got broken.
I had it insured so I returned it to the shop.
There was a distinct possibility of the device being replaced other then repaired. That was fine by me with an exception:
- Will I loose all the apps I’d bought trough google play?
This was a legit concern since this was the first time it had happened to me, and my first thoughts where that probably apps are assigned to devices, and thus the apps i’d bought where assigned to the “broken tablet” and I could not re-install them in the “new device”!
Nexus S is now extraTerrestrial – literally Published on July 11, 2011
SAMSUNG’S NEXUS S ABOARD NASA’S FINAL SHUTTLE
NASA has equipped a trio of SPHERES with a Nexus S by Google
smartphone to head to the International Space Station
Kennedy Space Center – July 8, 2011 — Samsung and Google™ today announced Nexus™ S, is aboard NASA’s final space shuttle. As a leader in technology and innovation, Samsung is pleased to be a part of this moment which will most certainly be marked in history.
Nexus S from Google is part of research that will equip small, free-flying satellites called Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites (SPHERES) used by the astronauts to provide a broader range of capabilities and give better communication between land and sky. Nexus S is the first commercial smartphone certified by NASA to fly on the space shuttle and to be cleared for use on the International Space Station. The experiment will use the smartphone-enhanced SPHERES as remotely operated robots to conduct interior survey and inspections of the station, to capture mobile camera images and video, and to study how robots can support future human exploration.
Nexus S – Announcing Android 2.3.4 update Published on April 29, 2011
Announcing Android 2.3.4
from google mobile forums
Although not all of you have Android 2.3.3 yet, we’re happy to announce Android 2.3.4. This new version introduces an exciting new feature, and also addresses some bugs. We’ve already started sending Android 2.3.4 to Nexus S and Nexus One phones around the world, so if you’ve got one of those phones you should receive an automatic over-the-air update within a few weeks.
If you haven’t received 2.3.3 yet, 2.3.4 will introduce you to several new features such as Google Maps 5.1 with 3D, Voice Search 2.1.1 with Voice Actions and personalized voice search, and the latest version of Google Books.
AutoCAD WS for Android Published on April 14, 2011
Aparently this free app for Android equipped tablets, will be available to download from the Android Market next Wednesday, April 20, 2011.
Here’s a brief teaser from the launch video:
Read the original article: www.autocadws.com/blog/autocad-ws-for-android-arriving-april-20-2011/
Mozilla Launches Firefox 4 for Android Published on March 29, 2011
Last week mozilla announced their RC4 firefox release candidate for the android platform. Today they announce the browser’s official release.
Get Firefox on the android market
Firefox for mobile is built on the same technology platform as the desktop version. With modern Web technologies like HTML5, developers can build rich, interactive applications and websites. Go to Web O’ Wonder and check out the incredible online experiences developers can now create.