The Facebook app is getting a makeover. If it is for the moment a beta tested by a voluntary group of users, it will allow those who chose the Facebook Home interface to control their music from the lock screen. It will be possible to manage services such as Spotify, Pandora or Play Music from home home interface. Whether this is an improvement for the mobile interface of Facebook, several manufacturers have already made this option in their overlay. Continue reading FACEBOOK HOME: An update to control the music from the lock screen
Archos is a French manufacturer that has delivered in the past pretty good and inexpensive tablets. At CES in Las Vegas is of course Archos also represented and the french yesterday announced via press release that it will introduce some new. On the one hand they are “TV Connect” in your pocket. This is in principle a small Android-box that can be connected to the TV and you can pretty easily control joystick and remote control.
According to Archos it is a “multi-touch” feel so also created games without any problem. Of course, the device also wireless, and an Ethernet port. To connect to the TV is ready HDMI connections. For more hardware you can use the USB host port, to expand the memory with a microSD card.
In addition, you have full access to the Google Play store and can install all kinds of apps on the device. On the other hand, maintains technical Archos back yet. Available but it will be in February at a price of 149 €. Continue reading Archos Introduces TV Connect and Platinum tablet with high resolution display
Allegro 3.3.0 for iOS devices debuts with the following innovations and improvements:
– Search the cover picture. Take a picture of the cover subject, and get approximate results. You can search for items in categories: Movies, Games, Books, Music Continue reading Allegro 3.3.0 Application in the App Store. What’s new?
The first day of sales for the media player Google Nexus Q ended sooner than expected. Less than 24 hours of required buyers to snap up the first batch of units at a price of 299 U.S. dollars. Online store Google Play promises to supply the next 2-3 weeks. Users in Europe buying this product is not available. Continue reading Google Nexus Q – the first batch sold out in 24 hours