Mobile games may not be ready to replace your consoles, but they have seen incredible improvements over the years. What are some of your favorite graphic-intensive games to show off how powerful your device is?
Android 4.2 on Xoom, Raspberry Pi Web Hosting, XDA Swag! – XDA Developer TV
Android 4.2 for the Motorola Xoom, and more this weekend at XDA. Our friend Jordan takes the time to round up these important stories and serve them up to us in bite-size pieces. First, he talks about the Galaxy Note II‘s multi-window functionality being ported to the Galaxy S II. In other, news you can now pre-order XDA gear!
In CyanogenMod 10 news, Jordan talks about the unofficial release for the Droid RAZR M. Also, Jordan mentions the HTC G2 / Desire Z getting a CyanogenMod 10.1 build as well. Finally, the Xperia Arc and Arc S get unofficial CyanogenMod 10 releases. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Team EOS Nightlies Bring Android 4.2 To The Motorola Xoom
- Unofficial CyanogenMod 10 Hits the Sony Xperia X10
- Unofficial CM10 for the Droid RAZR M
- CM10.1 Test Builds for the HTC G2 / Desire Z
- Unofficial CM10.1 for the Xperia Arc and Arc S
- Galaxy Note II Multi-Window Mod Ported to Galaxy S II
- XBMC for Android Beta 3 APK Released
- Learn How to Host a Website with a Raspberry Pi
- XDA and Cruzerlite Team Up to Offer XDA-Developers Shirts and Cases!
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It's not often I look at a product or service and say "I really really hope this isn't real, and it's an elaborate fake". Alas, this day has come. It's time for a look at something which cropped up on my radar today, namely a service called FileThis. I won't do them the search-engine-ranking honor of providing a direct link to their site, but a quick search will find them, and their app on the Play Store and iTunes store....
More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.