At CES 2012, Sensics is showing off Natalia, a “fully-immersive pair” of 3D goggles that uses the company’s SmartGoggles technology. It promises First-person 356 degree hand tracking, and can be used in stand-alone or paired with a console, PC or phone…
One to note, from Google’s official Android-developers blog – the search giant is previewing a Google TV Add-on for the Android SDK.
Basically, it seems not all Android parties have been playing the Open Source game by the Open Source rules. The website makes the point that many companies may be keen to have ‘Open Source’ kudos without fully bothering about their side of the bargain…
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 features runs Android Honeycomb 3.1 on a Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and features a 10.1 inch WXGA TFT LCD screen, weighs 565 grams and is 8.6 millimetres thick.
Lenovo is pretty near stage centre at the moment, having just announced its entertainment-oriented IdeaPad K1 Tablet, which will be available at the beginning of August.
Google has officially announced the release of the Android 3.2 platform and updated SDK tools. It is, they say, an incremental release that adds a few new capabilities for users and developers.
Having started to document, via video, the Android interfaces – version 2.2 of the OS, Froyo, in the case of the entry-level Viewsonic tablet – here is an overview of a more recent, Honeycomb (v3.0) device… the Motorola Xoom.
A bit of Android news emerging from the Intel quarterly results announcements. SlashGear reports: