Infosync Reports: “The FCC has done it again: Motorola has now received approval for its new A920 tri-band GSM/GPRS/UMTS phone which runs on Symbian OS, sports GPS, and has a digital camera. Although Motorola has previously experimented extensively with various solutions to enable advanced functionality in it’s mobile devices, a recent decision to use Linux […]
You think a bargain-bin ICS tablet for around $75-$120 is a great deal? What about $20 for a tablet? That’s exactly what Datawind is doing exclusively for the Indian market.
We use our smartphones for just about everything these days, from music listening to GPS navigating, but it’s not exactly appropriate to hold your phone between your fingers on the steering wheel. And that’s where the MirrorLink protocol comes into the picture (no pun intended).