Google will continue making this newborn spicy 2011. Now the new ingredient is the expected launch of Android 3.0 Honeycomb. This new version of mobile operating system looks to be the turning point in the market for tablets, where Android already owns 22% and finally begin to scratch the exclusive iPad.
That company originally from Palo Alto did not imagine, while receiving payment from Google for all of their shares, which Android would become what is today the most widely used mobile operating system. While Android has been having a hard time with Froyo and then raise the level of acceptance with Gingerbread, the presentation of Android 3.0 Honeycomb is one of the most important moments for the operating system, Google and the mobile industry in general. Especially by the progress that brings Android 3.0 Honeycomb for tablets, from which comes its primary mission.
Android 3.0 Honeycomb shows some significant changes to interface, and it was this which first prompted looks of astonishment from the audience to its world. To begin with, the general platform has been developed with the optimization to support the dimensions of the tablets. Android Desktop 3 takes a three dimensional shape and breaks everything known so far. In addition, Android includes a 3.0 Honeycomb more orderly work area with its completely redesigned interactive widgets and past into focus with the most used tools, such as different operators. The bars have been specially tweaked by adding shortcuts to active notifications (email, Twitter, etc..), System status and some aesthetic details configurable. The action bar, however, has drop-down menus to suit the application in use and becomes very flexible system with drag and drop files and applications.
On the multimedia side, polished Android flaws Honeycomb 3.0 from previous versions, where the resolution of the videos. The fluidity of the changes between different sites were poorly maintained, so we play some games was a little embarrassing, but always depending on the tablet used. This has changed for the better in Android 3 with the optimization of the graphics acceleration, in both 2D and 3D. Full-screen video calls are redefined positively Android Honeycomb 3.0 by integrating Gtalk. As for the camera, both the interface and the menus have interesting functions and properties.
Internally, Android 3.0 Honeycomb shows that fully emancipated from its association with a smartphone OS to improve its structure to support multi-core processors, which translates into better performance in multitasking mode and breadth of compatibility with future tablets. Special mention deserves the final integration of the Android Market Android 3.0 Honeycomb, meeting the demands of better pay, which often fail for security. Undoubtedly, this version of the Google OS has a bright future and will not miss that opportunity to do a detailed review of every aspect of its structure, but with the experience of having tried Android 3.0 Honeycomb in different tablets today and fight for incorporate.
Colombia is one of the bastions of corporate strategy.
Since January this year the company opened its office in the country as well as in Peru and Chile, operations will be coordinated from Colombia, like those of Ecuador, Central America and the Caribbean.
As if this were not enough Google announced recently that it is in the process of seeking 6,000 new employees worldwide. As Dennis Woodside, vice president for United States, Canada and Latin America, told this newspaper that the jobs in the region, which are now 500, will grow this year by 50 percent.
Now, people wonder where they come from the astronomical profits from this technology giant. For the 98 percent of its revenue from online advertising. Therefore, Google bases its business on Internet penetration, which is why his philosophy with the Android system is to give consumers a good experience that will encourage them to use their phones to be on the network, “said Woodside.
But he acknowledged that the mobile Internet plans in Latin America are still very expensive, “but that will change with the competition that exists among smartphone manufacturers and operators. “