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How To Stop Honeycomb From Adding New Apps To Desktop

Android mobile operating system has captured a large chunk on users in the mobile computing due to its ease of use and compatibility. Android market is also the major selling point which attracts a lot of users to buy the Android compatible smartphones.
The latest version of the Android platform is Honeycomb, also known as Android 3.0. It is mainly designed for the large screen mobiles or you can say specifically for Tablets.
The all new Honeycomb will have all the previous plus points of Android platform with some new innovations like 3d experience and new widgets which are more users interactive.
There are also some powerful upgrades added in the web browser which provides tabbed browsing, auto fill option, synchronization with Google Chrome bookmarks, and private browsing.
Users may also experience the 3D interactions and offline reliability of Google Maps 5 in this version of Android platform.

If you have a Honeycomb tablet, you might also find a new feature which adds a shortcut of the apps, on your home screen or desktop, which you have downloaded and installed from Android market.
It is a wonderful feature for a new user who wants a quick access to newly installed apps, but the same option can be very annoying for a user who is pretty comfortable with the functioning of the Android smartphones and tablets.
It might also make a jumbled up screen if you have downloaded too many apps and at times it can be also very difficult to find the desired apps in the list of all these shortcuts.
Perform the following steps to get rid of this problem:

Step1: Launch the Android market from your Android smartphone or tablet. One you see the Android market, select the “My apps” option from the top right side of the screen.

Step2: This will show you the list of all the apps which you have installed on your Tablet so far. From the same screen, select “Settings” options from top right corner of the screen.

Step3: Once you click on “Settings” button, it will drop down two options “Notify me about app update” and “Add shortcuts for new app” with the checkboxes in front. Make sure to uncheck the checkbox in front of “Add shortcuts for new app”.

This will disable the functionality of adding shortcuts for all the installed apps on you tablet.Using such simple steps can enhance the user experience and it also allows users to control the behaviors of their smartphone of tablet. It is not necessary that all the default settings are useful for all the users and that is why Android makers provide such options to customize the default settings.

HTC® ThunderBolt is available on Verizon Wireless®

Verizon Wireless has launched the HTC ThunderBolt and the new Samsung 4G LTE smart phone. HTC ThunderBolt will have a 4.3-inch display using a 1.2GHz processor. It will come with Gingerbread, Android 2.3, Qualcomm MSM8960 dual-core processor, an eight megapixel camera as well a front-mounted camera. ThunderBolt from HTC will have LTE connectivity with a 4.3 inch touch screen. The Samsung 4G LTE phone has features like Android 2.2 and a 4.3-inch AMOLED display with 1GHz processor and a 8-mega pixel camera.

These phones, which will be available on Verizon Wireless, were introduced at CES 2011. The ThunderBolt was initially called Incredible HD or HTC Mecha. It also has a built-in Skype video calling facility. These phones would enable Verizon Wireless to give its customers high speed online gaming. HTC ThunderBolt comes with a voice over and data facility over LTE while the Verizon 4G iPhone will not have the facility of voice over and data facility. Both the ThunderBolt and the Samsung phones will have the Froyo update. Samsung showcased its phone at CES 2011 and was launched by Verizon Wireless. Let us wait and see the market trends for both the phones, They are bound to be phenomenal and become quite a hit with the customers.

Windows® Phone 7 or Google Android®?

If one is referring Gingerbread, it is believed that it is in fact Android 2.3 and not the 3.0 as rumoured previously. It is not actually known whether the specific date on which the Gingerbread operating system may be released, however, it is heard that it is going to be before the year end, and it will be in early part of the year 2011.

So far as Droid X is concerned whether it will be updated, it is presumed that there is a high possibility of it being so; however, one will have to wait for more time prior to Motorola comes around for releasing an updated version which is compatible with software of its own. It will not be wise to assume that there will be hardware update for the Droid X soon. If one is prepared to drop one’s Storm, it will not be right to assume that there is difficulty in getting the Droid X presently, particularly because the prices are beginning to drop.

Will a Windows Phone 7 handset be much user friendly as compared to Android? Windows Phone 7 is a type of platform which is new, but one will be best served with the Wilndows Phone 7 handset in comparison to other kind of two choices. The nice entry level handset is Motorola Bravo with Android 2.1, and Sony Xperia X10 will take longer time for upgrading.

One should bear in mind that Windows Phone 7 is somewhat new, therefore, the online support will not be strong as Android. However, Microsoft targets the timely updating of its software.

Google™: Nexus One Gingerbread update is coming soon

Android, Google Nexus One Smartphone and Android developer phone are terms which are inter-related with each other. Originally, Android Inc. developed an interesting mobile operating system called the Android. Google bought this company in the year 2005. In 2007, the mobile industry leaders and a multinational alliance of technology leaders like Google Inc., T-Mobile, HTC, Motorola and others collaborated on the development of the Android through the open handset alliance, further growing into the Android open source project. With Google spearheading the venture, it was really interesting to see how the concept grew. Google then went ahead to introduce the Nexus One.

Naturally, this Google flagship smartphone got priority over everyone else in updates of all kinds. A logical question that now arises is, with the Gingerbread OS introduced already on other phones, why is the Nexus One still not privy to the same. In the case of Apple, or Windows-based smart phones, all updates keep coming periodically, automatically to the existing devices up to the limit of the hardware capability existing within the phone.

Android is different. In the case of Apple or Windows, the users are dependent on new introductions, changes and updates on the said companies and all they need to know is how much needs to be paid. The Android Open Source Project instead has everything wide open and transparent about everything in the pipeline or ready or implemented, with all information of development and open knowhow. Here, the phone user is dependent on the manufacturer, the carrier and other factors before he gets an upgrade or an update. Android users also have the facility of many manufacturers with a wide variety of firmware at very low prices in comparison to Apple or Windows.

Probably, in the case of the Nexus One, Google wants to benefit from its new product, the Nexus S. The Nexus S has been launched with the latest OS – Gingerbread – the Android 2.3. Early January, a Tweet, also referred to Google having officially announced that Gingerbread would be coming to the Nexus One in a few weeks. Something is holding them back. Even after all these questions have been raised, Google has confirmed that Gingerbread for the Nexus One is on its way.

It is difficult to imagine why the Google or the Android team is delaying the implementation of the Gingerbread OS. The Gingerbread OS has various features, over its earlier 2.1 and Froyo updates. Better speed, better battery life, better application management, a more interesting user interface and a color scheme to add. Least but not the last, the new keyboard supporting multi-touch input and smart auto correct function, better camera management, Near Field Communication (if your hardware supports it), larger screen sizes, Internet calling – SIP based, improved camera management and file management are some of the features to look for.

The new apps integrated help better download management and even a system clipboard for cut and paste improved features. Barely has the Gingerbread been introduced, all Android users are already waiting for their new and Honeycomb OS. The application arena with the Android Open Source Project is a big eye-opener for one and all.

PC Maker Acer® Announces New Iconia Smart Phone

Acer has made another attempt to enter the smartphone market with an the new Iconia released at the Mobile World Congress at Barcelona. It boasts of a 4.8 inch high resolution screen capable of supporting 1024X480 pixel screen resolution quite similar to that on many tablets, running on an Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. It is a slim phone with a 8 mega pixel camera with LED flash and also a front 2 mega pixel camera. It is powered by a powerful 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor powerful enough to make it standout among many tablets and smartphones. To complete with the multimedia experience it comes pre-packed with Dolby Surround Sound technology.

Also Acer’s famous UI interface the latest Acer UI 4.0 is part of the phone. It comes with the usual connectivity options like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and HSDPA with HDMI port connectivity for video out for the ultimate in media entertainment. It also supports Adobe 10.1 for an enriching web experience.

This model along with its previous releases is part of the low priced Touch line and the sleek Liquid series from Acer. According to the press release it’s a unique design with a stretched out slim and curved shape. It boasts of a revolutionary web experience without any resizing and adjustment, you only have to scroll up and down just like your PC. It comes with Android, offering multi touch, and optimized Java Script enabled features. It also offers ultra fast connectivity via its HDSPA option at speeds of 14.4 Mbps with Wi-Fi. It supports an aspect ratio of 21:9 which allows for a rich multimedia experience and an unmatched movie viewing experience. The powerful processor with its large screen makes it perfect for gaming. It has an inbuilt 6-axis motion sensing technology with gyroscope plus accelerometer inbuilt. According to the press release with its wide screen with a resolution of 1024×480, more media content can be displayed, also all apps and widgets get a bigger display frame like Contacts, Google Maps, Email, Instant Messaging conversations, etc.
Acer is marketing it with a tag saying 100% smartphone, 100% Tablet, for those who want it all. Acer’s new release comes amid a plethora of smartphones powered by Android that are going to enter the market. Acer has clearly a lot of competition to look forward to and also the existing players and handsets like the Apple iPhone to compete against. At such a large scale, quality and unmatched innovation is what sets apart a winner phone from just another smartphone. Acer clearly has what it takes and if its Smartphones receive the same response as its laptops and PCs, it could prove to be a serious competitor to today’s stalwarts.

Google™ Android™ 2.3 Gingerbread OS Ported To iPhone®

iPhone is one of the most advanced mobile phones which are available. Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS has now been ported to iPhone. This is such good news to all iPhone users. Don’t you know that Android 2.3 is very popular in all smartphones, 4G devices and other mobile phones around the world today? Everyone is now talking about Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, and its extraordinary functions for so long.

Androids have been very famous because of fast and effective uses. No one expects it to improve so assertively compared to other mobile platforms. And now, Android 2.3 also known as Gingerbread came from Google’s mobile operating system which became so surprising when ported to iPhone. Android 2.2 Froyo was successfully ported for iPhone last June 2010 which started the need to port Android 2.3 to iPhone. Because of this, it has come up into a conclusion that Apple phones can run two operating systems which are the iOS and Android where you are bound to boot and choose between the two OS on what you prefer to use. So, what is really inside of Android 2.3 Gingerbread and why are there a lot of mobile phone users who are craving to have it as their phone’s standard OS?

All its features are new and well-improved. That means, it aims to make the user feel comfortable and satisfied while doing their work using their phone. Android 2.3 offers NFC (Near Field Communication) support and organizes apps and menus. You can always check any application that currently runs in your phone and see how much storage it consumes.

If you are not sure about your grammar or spelling while typing a message, Android 2.3 enables voice mode feature to correct any typos. There are lots of cool features that Android 2.3 OS can provide and luckily, you can have it all in your iPhone. With this, you can access the latest and advanced mobile stuffs using Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS without being left behind by the newest smart phones and 4Gs.

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