Last month we pushed a new software update for SmartWatch, which along with a few tweaks and improvements, included some neat new features – six new watch faces, notification previews, smoother app search and more. We also noted Google Play’s current tally of more than 200 SmartWatch apps (with new additions every day) – so, we’ve decided to share our current top picks.*
Honda announced plans to further advance notification functions such as tsunami warnings for the Internavi LINC for Honda automobile owners in Japan and Honda Moto LINC for motorcycle owners in Japan, smartphone applications that utilize Honda's Internavi car navigation system ("Internavi-related apps"). Moreover, starting at the end of this month, Honda will add a new function that displays the "Evacuation Map" created by a volunteer group at Nikken Sekkei Ltd., upon the issuance of disaster warnings, such as tsunami warnings.
Back in April, we announced the Cradle app developers contest, asking you guys to create apps that automatically launch when the Sony Tablet S is placed on a Sony Tablet S Cradle and are optimized for use with the accessory.
We received some great submissions but four of them took the cake. The winning Sony Tablet S cradle apps are … (drumroll, please) …
If you’re anything like me, you’ll love making the most of your Xperia™ camera with the addition of filters, effects and other creative ways to get a perfect finish to your pictures. We’ve be trailing and testing some of the best Android apps around for budding smartphone photographers to bring you our selection of camera apps for your Xperia smartphone, so read on for our pick of the crop…
Since then, developers have gotten their hands on the little gadget and created a whole range of fantastic apps and app extensions to ensure the SmartWatch is an essential part of your day-to-day life. We've had a look at some of them for you below...
This day and age, most of us are using mobile apps for something and we’ve shared some of our favorites apps with you in the past. But phones and tablets are just the beginning. Now there’s Android-based TVs, watches, MP3 players – you name it and that means that developers are creating new apps to fit these gadgets.
We just announced the Sony Xperia™ go, which comes with equipped with a pressure sensor, which enables you as a developer to create barometric, altitude or speed-related apps by accessing it through the Android sensor API. In this article, we're highlighting information on how you can develop apps that work with the pressure sensor in Xperia™ go, as well as Xperia™ active as the sensor is accessed through the same API.
Sharpdesk Mobile, which is available free of charge from Apple’s App Store, wirelessly connects Smartphones and Tablet PCs with the printing and scanning capabilities of Sharp’s MFP’s. “Smartphones and Tablet PCs have become commonplace business tools – they’re small, light and extremely versatile,” said Peter Plested, Divisional Manager, European Solutions Business Centre, Sharp. “What’s missing is the link between the mobile device and the MFP that’s in the office you’re visiting. Sharpdesk Mobile fixes that.
With the Toshiba Qosmio DX730, we wanted to create an All-in-One PC that anyone in the family could use. So, as well as packing its stylish chassis with cutting-edge features and great usability, the icing on the cake is its amazing 23-inch touchscreen display that makes opening and using apps child’s play!