Engadget Android Question: What You Missing a Android Market?

As each week (and that will only two) are back with our question Xataka Android, This time about the shortcomings of the Android Market. There has been much criticism in the past, but with the latest updates of Google thing has calmed somewhat. However want to know your opinion, what is missing to the Android Market? Continue reading →

Engadget Android Question: If You Had to Choose, What You Comprarias, a Tablet or an Android Mobile?

Once again we return with our question Xataka Android, this time about what to buy, if a mobile or an Android tablet. In the hypothetical case that had to choose, what you would prefer? Of course we are talking about tablets with Honeycomb. What you compraríais, a phone or a tablet? Continue reading →

Apple Will Soon Pass You the Ring Connected to the Finger

According to the latest patent filed by Apple, the next site the mark to Apple would be connected rings.

After the watches and bracelets connected previously described, so smart rings. In full infancy, this specific market in the sphere of connected objects would be so probed by Apple. That’s what the Californian giant is now trying to suggest to us with laying his last patent referring to all the potential features of this product.

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Apple is Overcomplicating The Clock

The Opinion Above is not a major competitor of Apple Watch maker (above), as Samsung or Motorola, but a company that made perhaps the only smart watch successful so far.

When you haven’t even dreamed of a clock from Apple, the American Pebble broke on the Kickstarter with a smart watch with Bluetooth, accelerometer and notifications of smartphone.

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Google Buys Snapseed, Award-winning Application by Apple

Along with the Google+ user numbers, Vic Gundotra also announced the purchase of Nik Software, founded in 1995 and specialized in photos for programs. The company is responsible for the popular Snapseed photo editing application, which for now is only available for iOS and won at the end of last year the application of the year award for the own iPad Apple .

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