Posts tagged liliputing
Want to run Android apps on your PC? No problem!
January 25, 2013 | 12:36 pm
OK, folks—this is something seriously cool. Over at The Next Web (and Liliputing, and probably a million other tech-obsessed sites and blogs by the end of the day), there's a recently-published post about a new app known as WindowsAndroid that actually allows you to run an Android operating system (Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, to be specific) "as a native application on your Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 machine," according to the TNW post. A Beijing-based startup called SocketeQ is the company responsible for the app; you'll want to head over to their site in order to grab the download form...
Archos Arnova introduces its GBook eReader
October 3, 2012 | 8:19 pm
By Robert Nelson It appears as if Archos is getting ready to unleash another Arnova-branded tablet, although they're actually marketing this particular model as an e-reader. What exactly does that mean? According to a recent Liliputing post: The Arnova GBook may look like a 7 inch Android tablet… because it is. In other words, you can use it to watch videos, play games, or perform other activities, but the device has a relatively slow processor, doesn’t include access to the Google Play Store, and will probably sell for a much lower price than most Android tablets. Pricing hasn’t been set yet, but the Arnova...
Change the app launcher on your Kindle Fire
November 17, 2011 | 1:15 pm
The best article on modifiyintg your Kindle Fire that I've seen is the one just published in Liliputing. In it they tell you how to change the Amazon launcher and use a more "standard" Android one - Go Laucher EX, for example. I just did this and now my Fire looks almost the same as my Droid Bionic. Took one minute and it's really neat. Take a look at the article: OK, now you have all the information you need to install third party apps that aren’t available in the App Store — but here’s something you may...