Motorola Atrix HD Landing Page Pops Up, Google Now Ported Over To Android 4.0 & A Cotton T-Shirt May One Day Charge Your Cell Phone
Motorola Atrix HD Landing Page Pops Up, Gives Us the Full Spec List
Motorola apparently thought it was time to post up the Atrix HD in all its glory on their official website. According to Motorola’s own site, it is definitely headed to AT&T with an LTE radio inside (logo on front), has a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8MP camera, 1.3MP front camera, 4.5″ HD LCD display with ColorBoost, on-screen navigation keys, 1780mAh battery, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, up to 32GB of external storage, is 8.4mm thick, and runs Ice Cream Sandwich.
Searches For ‘Lumia’ Blow Away Queries For ‘Windows Phone’
When Nokia decided to adopt the Windows Phone platform, it marked a key shift in the mobile market. Here was a storied giant, moving to adopt an operating system not of its own making, boosting Microsoft and putting its neck on the same chopping block in one swoop.
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Google Now Ported Over To Android 4.0 On Any Device, As Long As It Supports AOSP
Google Now may have been developed specifically for Android 4.1, but the enterprising folks at XDA-Developers have managed to port it over to any AOSP-based ROM — that means any ROM, like CyanogenMOD, that was built not by a manufacturer but from the Android Open Source Project.
A Cotton T-Shirt May One Day Charge Your Cell Phone
Two engineers at the University of South Carolina conducted research that showed a modified store-bought T-shirt can act like a supercapacitor and store an electrical charge. “We wear fabric every day,” said Xiaodong Li, a professor of mechanical engineering at the school. “One day our cotton T-shirts could have more functions; for example, a flexible energy storage device that could charge your cell phone or your iPad.”