CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The misunderstanding in the statement refers to an errant Facebook post by an LG staffer earlier in the week, informing a customer that the Optimus One would not be upgradeable due to a minimum processor requirement outlined by Google. This was quickly refuted by Android lead developer Dan Morrill who jumped on Twitter and confirmed that there was no such restriction. After a false start, LG has confirmed it will upgrade the Optimus One handset from Android 2.2 to 2.3, but hasn't announced a specific timeline.
"We think the lines for garlic fries are too long," said Schlough, adding that he's currently looking at a number of emerging technologies to feed hungry fans and get them in and out of stadiums more quickly, "RFID (radio frequency identification) technology makes a cat butts iphone case lot of sense for fans, because it can facilitate faster transactions," he said, "We're also in preliminary talks with biometrics companies, but that's pretty futuristic.", Most fans shouldn't expect to be able to order beer and hot dogs from their seats any time soon, however, Schlough said significant logistical problems could make at-seat ordering and delivery impractical barring major breakthroughs in stadium design..
So the best-case scenario is a December launch, while the worst-case scenario calls for the service to be turned on in March. Given the complexities and the sheer amount of equipment and testing needed for big cities such as New York, the service could very well launch in those markets next year. A Sprint representative disputed that the launches would go as late as March. Still, that's a long wait for many Sprint customers who have bet on 4G LTE coming sooner, rather than later, by buying LTE-enabled smartphones such as the Evo 4G LTE and Samsung Galaxy S3 that are only able to tap into the faster network in select markets. The matter has become even more pressing recently with the release of the LTE-compatible iPhone 5. Sprint has so far hit 32 markets with its LTE network.
In keeping with much of the information that leaked prior to today's event, the midnight blue tablet has a 12.3-inch display and runs Google's Chrome operating system, It measures just over a quarter-inch thick and weighs 1.6 pounds, Google also announced two optional accessories -- the $199 Pixel Keyboard and $99 Pixelbook Pen, Here's what we know so far cat butts iphone case about the Pixel Slate, The $199 Pixel Slate Keyboard features rounded, backlit keys and connects magnetically; it does not require power or charging, In opting to not include the keyboard with the tablet, Google is following Microsoft's controversial model with the Surface Pro keyboard, which costs an extra $160, But Google's total package is less expensive than Microsoft's; the Pixel Slate, keyboard and stylus cost $900 compared to the Surface Pro, keyboard and stylus bundle, which runs $1,160..
On front, there's a marginally larger 2.4-inch diagonal (versus 2.25 inches) TFT non-touch screen with a 65,536-color output and a 320x240-pixel resolution. Text and images looked sharp and vibrant, and as with other Windows Mobile devices, you can change the Home screen's theme, background image, and menu style. Below the display, you'll find a revamped navigation array and full QWERTY keyboard. You still get two soft keys, Talk and End buttons, a Home screen shortcut, and a back button. Besides these functions, each button can perform other tasks when you hold it down for a longer period. For example, with a long press of the Talk key, you can activate the speakerphone, or you can lock your device with the End button.
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