on Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Computer size (USB)-based Android ICS 4

Chinese company announced that a computer of size flash memory-based Android ICS 4 was launched by the company named by MK802.

Device has a single-core processor at 1.5 GHz and 512 MB ​​RAM and 4 GB internal memory with the possibility of increasing up to 32 Gigabit As for the dimensions are (3.5 × 1.4 × 0.5) and weighs 21 grams.
The company is planning to put it inn the market at the end of this month at a starting price of almost $ 200.

Do you think you can obtain it in one day?

We just reviewed the Motorola Roadster 2, which is a Bluetooth in-car speakerphone. As you would expect from Motorola, the quality is great, but there are also some really nice features like compatibility with My MotoSpeak and the Motorola Car Finder app. For more information checkout the review, but here’s your chance to win one of these bad boys. Motorola was gracious enough to provide us one as a giveaway to one of our awesome readers to celebrate National Car Safety Month. How many of you are still fumbling around trying to use your phone in your car when you know its not only a danger to you, as well as others on the road?
All you have to do is head over to our forum post and tell us what your current car is, follow Motorola Mobility on Twitter and add TalkAndroid to your Google+ Circles. You have until Friday, June 29 at 11:59PM EST. We will pick one random winner and make the announcement sometime on Saturday, June 30. Make sure your using a real email address as part of your username because that’s how we’re going to contact you if you win.
Source: androidforum
on Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Make your phone your walletGoogle has launched Google Wallet , an Android app that turns your smartphone into a mobile payment system. The company announced the service in May and partnered with Citi, MasterCard, First Data, and Sprint to make it possible for you to tap, pay, and save using your phone with Near Field Communication (NFC).
The service appears to already be active in some markets. GigaOm snapped a photo of a Google Wallet-enabled pay station at a coffee shop in San Francisco earlier today. PCMag found a similar terminal at a local American Eagle store, although this unit lacked the Google branding.
Last week Google posted a teaser video for Google Wallet featuring George Costanza from the popular 90s sitcom Seinfeld. In the short, George attempts to stuff a note about the service into his own overflowing wallet which promptly explodes, sending receipts and other notes flying through the air. The clip ends with the phrase "Goodbye, wallet. The phone will take it from here."

CoE E-Commerce, our CoE event focused on the E-Commerce sector, concluded yesterday after a second day jam-packed with "Wamdat" talks and panels addressing the biggest issues facing e-commerce today. 
At your e-commerce startups, you might now want to: 
1) Negotiate for lower payment gateway fees.
In the first panel, "Show me the Money, Part 1: Is Online Payment a Solved Issue?" panelists addressed the region's struggles with payment gateways.
The GCC is a $5 billion industry for online transactions, said Stephen Leeds of Visa. According to a survey by Souq, 90% of customers in the UAE according to survey feel comfortable buying online, said Ronaldo, CEO of Souq.com. But most of them prefer cash on delivery to credit cards or prepaid credit card solutions like those that CashU offers. 

2) Target the Jordanian market.
Before announcing Iyad Kamal handed out some great statistics on e-commerce that build upon data:
on Monday, June 25, 2012
All of you haiku fans (like many of us on the Chrome team) can stop here; the rest can read on for more details. 

A year ago we introduced a new model of computing with the launch of Chromebooks. We’ve heard from many of you who’ve enjoyed the speed, simplicity and security of your Chromebooks at home, at school or at work. (Thanks for all the wonderful feedback and stories!) Today, we wanted to share some developments with you—new hardware, a major software update and many more robust apps—as we continue on our journey to make computers much better.

Next-generation devices
Our partner Samsung has just announced a new Chromebook and the industry’s firstChromebox. Like its predecessor, the newest Chromebook is a fast and portable laptop for everyday users. The Chromebox is a compact, powerful and versatile desktop perfect for the home or office.

 It will explore various technical issues involved in starting up and running an e-commerce site.
Social networks are all over the internet, but why pay close attention to a small social networking website like Pinterest?
Pinterest has proven its ability to attract referrals to eCommerce websites. According to Shareaholic’s report earlier this year, Pinterest attracts more referrals to your website more than YouTube, Google+, and LinkedIn all together.