New ?Zilta? Android Smartphone: 5 Inches Display, Dual-Sim, Quad-Core Processor, Price: US$189 - International Business Times
The spec sheet reveals that both variants the 50b quad-core and the 50c octa-core will be running MediaTek chipsets, pretty famous in the budget smartphone market. The 50c will be sporting the MT6592, developed MediaTek in the latter part of 2013 as the first true octa-core mobile processor . This chipset will be turning 8 Cortex A7 cores running at 1.7Ghz, which is pretty awesome considering the USD$300 price range. The 50b priced at around USD$220 will be using MediaTeks MT6582 chipset, which is a quad-core processor running at 1.3Ghz per core. Strangely, and maybe by necessity being a budget phone, both variants will have only 1GB of RAM. The performance boost of added RAM say maybe 2GB of it in an octa-core phone is substantial, and we were wondering if Archos could have squeezed the cost enough to at least put 2GB of RAM in the octa-core 50c Oxygen.
Original version, visit http://androidcommunity.com/archos-50b-50c-oxygen-are-budget-quad-octa-core-smartphones-20140613/
OWA will only work if your mailbox is running on Office 365 for business (doesnt include Office 365 personal, Office 365 Home, or Outlook.com) and your device size is considered small or normal by Android OS (translation: no phablet or tablet support just yet). Microsoft says the pre-release is to gather feedback, fix bugs, and generally make sure the app is ready for general release. Only a few devices can use it now with more being added regularly, according to Microsoft. In fact, you can vote to have your device added on OWA for devices . Despite offering everything you can already do on OWA for iPhone, the Android version of the app does have one additional feature in the form of contact syncing.
Original version, visit http://www.whatmobile.net/2014/06/12/microsoft-launches-outlook-web-app-android-smartphones/
Expanding its reach, Mozilla touts Firefox OS apps running on Android ? Tech News and Analysis
Now the company behind the open-source Firefox browser is talking about software, showing how its Firefox OS apps can run on Google Android devices . The apps are all built with HTML5, meaning they arent like the native apps youd find on Android or on iOS or Windows Phone, for that matter. These are more akin to the third-party web apps available for the original iPhone in 2007. Firefox OS apps have more functionality than those web apps from seven years ago, however: The company has been working on various APIs that let HTML5 apps access phone hardware such the camera, gyroscope and internal storage, for example. Heres a look how this all works on Android phones: You can install Firefox OS apps from Mozillas online marketplace : Theres actually quite a bit of affinity between Mozillas smartphone platform and Googles.
Original version, visit http://gigaom.com/2014/06/13/expanding-its-reach-mozilla-touts-firefox-os-apps-running-on-android/