Back in January 2011 Motorola had released its Atrix and apart from being a spec sheet powerhouse, it realized a gadget lover’s pipe dream – a smartphone that would morph into a full-fledged PC once attached to a special dock. Unfortunately, as great as the idea was, Motorola’s webtop UI was frankly horrendous, but now a version of the Linux Ubuntu OS backed by Canonical has been released, which is specially tailored for Android devices with docking capabilities. (more…)Google+
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A couple of weeks ago, I got a chance to play with the Samsung Galaxy S II for a few minutes. Even in those 10 or probably 15 minutes, I could feel it was snappier than most Android smartphones I have used. Transitions from one homescreen to another were fluid and apps would open without the customary two-three seconds lag. I found myself marveling at it just like the first time I hopped on to an HSPA+ network a couple of years ago after years of being accustomed to pathetic EDGE speeds. Of course it would, t...
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