Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Android News

Big market share news from Gartner:
Device Shipments Up 6% To 2.4B In 2013, Driven By Android Smartphones, Tablets Amid More PC Decline | TechCrunch

10 reasons Android beats iOS 7 - NBC News.com

iOS 7 vs Jelly Bean | Apple iOS vs Google Android - PC Advisor

Could Android ever become the dominant PC operating system?

Intel looks past Windows, sees Android for Haswell successor | PCWorld

Is the HP Slate 21 the first of a new breed of Android PCs?

Google Glass taken into the operating room - Android Community


Android Device News

This section tends to get crowded, no matter how many links I cut. Summary:

  • HP has 3 entries because it shows just how much the #1 PC OEM is getting into Android. Also, the Tegra 4-based 21" all-in-one is a new class of device.
  • There are a number of newish devices.
  • 8-inch tablets are likely to be the big seller this holiday season.
  • The Ouya and the Shield game consoles are now real (the Ouya is even shipping).
  • Samsung has made an interesting Android Camera.


HP Slate 21: a Tegra 4 Android all-in-one with a 21.5-inch display

Android smartphones with 6 inch, 2560 x 1600 displays coming next year

HP Slate 7 review (video)

Sony SmartWatch 2 coming in September, pairs with your Android phone - Liliputing

Cubieboard gets a dual-core upgrade ($59 Android, Linux mini PC) - Liliputing

Androidly is a $229 smartphone for your wrist | News | Geek.com

Asus, Acer, Dell and Lenovo are reportedly preparing 8-inch Android tablets for Q3 2013

AnandTech | NVIDIA Shield Gets a Launch Date and a Price Cut: June 27th for $299

Samsung Galaxy NX is an Android camera with interchangeable lenses - Liliputing

First look at the Samsung Galaxy NX camera (Android, 4G, interchangeable lenses) - Liliputing

$99 Nextbook Premium 8HD tablet hits Walmart for not-so-premium price - Liliputing

HP Android tablet tipped with Tegra 4 - SlashGear

Ouya officially on sale to the public today, already sold out on Amazon

Samsung Announces Dates, Prices for Galaxy Tab 3 | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

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