Recent in Day: March 1, 2012

Google Wallet coming to 10 additional Sprint devices this year

Mar 1st - Sprint customers were the first to take advantage of Google’s new NFC payment service, Google Wallet. Some good time has passed, but sadly, Sprint is mainly still holding the lead on this one. And it looks like said carrier will continue to dominate Google Wallet, as Google Wallet and Payments VP Osama Bedier has just ...

Dolphin browser updated to include ‘Sonar’ voice-browsing

Mar 1st - Android devices are smart and powerful, but we still haven’t seen voice commands reaching their fullest potential. Dolphin has taken such functionality to the next level with its latest update. This iteration of the popular third-party browser includes a feature called Sonar, which allows you to browse the web via voice commands. After installing the ...

Samsung updates S Pen SDK to version 2.0

Mar 1st - Samsung’s latest contributions to the Android ecosystem include the recently launched S Pen functionality. It is not exactly new, but it is still in the process of taking off. And very few developers have integrated such functionality to their apps. In an effort to ease the transition, Samsung has just released a new version of ...

Google Wallet Updated – Sprint Shows It Off On Galaxy Nexus [Video]

Mar 1st - Google Wallet was updated a few days ago bringing about the usual bug fixes and it seems Sprint was so excited about the news, they’ve uploaded a quick little how-to video on their YouTube showing off exactly what you can do with the Google Wallet and… what’s this? The Galaxy Nexus? Sweet mother of gawd. ...

Don’t Call It A Security Hole: Android Apps Can Access All Of Your Naughty Photos

Mar 1st - As most of you probably wont know — being primarily Android users and all — there’s been a lot of commotion these past couple of days regarding Apple’s mobile platform. Apparently, any and all iOS applications can easily access locally stored photos saved onto a device without a user’s consent. Sounds scary, right? Before you ...

HTC Admits Sense UI Became Too Bloated – Takes Things Down A Notch With Sense 4

Mar 1st - Sense UI. Love it or hate it, it’s not going anywhere. The complaint most people have with Sense is it’s simply too bloated and can hinder performance on any phone with it’s flashy UI and countless features. The good news? HTC knows this. And they’re going to make thing right. In an interview with Pocketlint, ...