The Ematic Cinema Tab includes Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, providing a more intuitive user experience. The extra large 13.3″ display lets you easily write an email, read the latest news, and is ideal for watching videos and movies. Discover great apps in the Amazon Appstore and get a paid app for free every day.
CPU: Cortex A9 Dual Core Processor
Graphic Processor: Mali-400MP2
Operating System: Android 4.4 Kitkat
Touch Screen: 7 inch Capacitive Display – 800 x 480 Pixels
Internal Storage: 4GB NAND Flash
RAM: 512 MB SDRM DDR3
Wireless and Cellular: Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) – Support for 3G Dongles and Ethernet with Adapter
Camera: Front 0.3MP
Device Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Korean, Italian, Arabic, Russian … etc.
Power and Battery: Built-in 2200mAh Rechargeable Lithium Battery
Run Time: Up to 4 Hours
Input/Output: Micro USB Port, 3.5-mm Stereo Headphone Jack, Built-in Speaker, Microphone, Micro SD card slot (up to 32GB)
Accessories: User Manual, Charger, USB Cable
What if your Android phone is lost or stolen? What can You do? Fortunately if you have Android Lost installed, you are in complete control of the situation
We’ve all lost our mobile phone at one point or another — sometimes in our homes, sometimes in the car and sometimes out in the wild unknown. Now instead of searching everywhere to track it down, you can rely on Google for help.
Here’s how it works:…More at How to use Google to find your lost Android phone – CNET
- You can now Google your lost Android phone – VentureBeat
- Lost Your Android Phone? Just Google It – Tech Cocktail
- Google ‘Find My Phone’ To Locate Your Lost Android – ValueWalk
- Google “Find My Phone” To Search For Lost Android Device – TechMalak
- Google search ‘Find My Phone’ to locate your missing Android – Engadget
So now losing your phone is one thing you won’t have to lose sleep over. Now if we could just handle death and taxes, maybe we could get a little peace. I’ve added a bit more just in case you want to get other angles on this.
If you’re the type of person who’s always losing your phone, it’s now really easy to find it again — if you have an Android.
Thanks to a new update from Google, you just have to type “find my phone” into Google Search, and it’ll show you where it is with startling accuracy. It can also make your phone ring if you still can’t figure out exactly where it is.
We tested it Thursday, and it mostly works, but you have to make sure your phone’s location settings are enabled. (Which makes sense!)…More at Find Your Lost Phone Immediately With This Simple Google Trick – Huffington Post.
For now Thats all but I’ll be back.
Microsoft has formed a partnership that gets it self a bigger presence on Android devices using the Cyanogen OS which is Android based. You can learn all about it in the articles below.
Microsoft Apps And Services To Grace Android-Based Cyanogen OS Thanks To Key Strategic Partnership
- Microsoft Just Took Android’s Future Out of Google’s Hands – Wired
- Microsoft to integrate mobile apps into Cyanogen’s Android-based OS – FierceMobileIT
- Android-based Cyanogen OS 12 released, Movidius’ $40 million round of … – SDTimes.com
- BLU smartphone with Cyanogen OS (and no Google apps) coming this year – Liliputing
Microsoft keeps moving forward and though it is not bursting onto the mobile scene it is slowly making progress and progressively increasing its market share. It has a long way to catch Apple and even longer way to catch Android
. Simply searching for certain things on a mobile device might lead to results that include direct links…More at Use this new Google search trick to find and install the best Android apps – BGR
- 5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly – Android Authority (blog)
- Top Android news of the week: Cyanogen, Verizon on security, install apps in … – ZDNet
- Revenue Gap Between iOS And Android Apps Grows, Thanks To China – TechCrunch
- Microsoft makes its boldest move yet to steal Android from Google – BGR
You might find an app that could make your life easier if you browse through these app lists. If you do it will certainly be worth the time spent.