Do you love Minecraft? If you, this will probably be the kind of smartphone that you would love to own to complement your obsession over the game. Apparently, Mojang, the company behind the game, has released a special, limited edition version of Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play smartphone that comes with a custom skin for the
Apple may have set the stage for a showdown with its successful demand for an injunction on the Korean electronics giant's Galaxy Tab 10.1 and an ongoing demand for a ban on all of Samsung's telecommunications lineup in the US, but it is clear that the company is not about to let the obstacle that
Getting a tablet computing device which boasts the use of dual-core processors is often one of the fastest way to breaking one's piggy bank, but when you are in China, such luxuries are often available to just about anybody thanks the wide variety of low-cost tablets which actually boast rather decent performance for their price.
Google might've lost out on the US$4.5 billion bid on Nortel's patents, but the company has gone out and got itself a consolation prize for a mere US$12.5 billion, a prize known as Motorola Mobility. For those sitting on shares in Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc, the official name for Motorola's phone division, this is fantastic
It is widely accepted by many that ASUS's upcoming Padfone, which we first covered in Computex 2011 some months back, has the potential to take tablet and smartphone computing in a direction which no other OEM has ever attempted to do so, save for Motorola and its Atrix smartphone. And like the gift that keeps
Another day, another piece of news about information and images of unreleased smartphones getting leaked out into the depths of cyberspance. And unsurprisingly, today's highlight hails once again from the likes of well-known Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturer HTC, where details of two of its unreleased mobile phones have somehow managed to find their way into
If there is one thing most smartphone users expect from every new Android release, it would probably be that of an updated and more polished graphical user interface to replace the old one found in the previous versions. And as it turns out, it seems that Android fans who are anxiously awaiting the release of
Today, LG Singapore has announced the new Optimus 3D Android smartphone which claims to incorporate "Tri-Dual" architecture and offers superb full 3D experience. The best thing is, you do not need to rely on 3D glasses to view 3D. The LG Optimus 3D is scheduled to be available at end of August, this month.
Android users rejoice. If recent news are true, it may not be long that we would see the release of the upcoming and highly anticipated Android operating system (codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich). And that could day would be in October this year.
“If you don't succeed at first, try and try again” is the kind of saying most people often live by when it comes to pursuing a goal, and it seems that even a huge telecommunications operator like Sprint is no exception to the rule. In just nine days after the company pulled its faulty Android
Samsung and Nvidia have jointly announced the new member of the GALAXY line of smartphones, the Galaxy R. The Galaxy R sports a 4.19-inch touchscreen display, incorporates Nvidia Tegra 2 mobile dual-core processor and runs Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.
This morning, HTC unveiled their latest Android smartphone, the EVO 3D, which promises 3D multimedia features and experience for users, without the need of 3D glasses. The EVO 3D sports a 4.3-inch display, uses 1.2GHz dual-core processor and is preloaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Seems like Samsung's woes over the whole trademark catfight between itself and Apple has just taken yet another turn for the worse, with the Korean electronics giant suffering yet another blow in the form of a court-ordered injunction against the sales of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet device. This time, it is a German district
Have you ever found yourself wishing that there was a way to operate a microwave oven remotely, so that you can easily warm up your food and drinks without having to waste precious time walking over to the kitchen to do so? Well, the good news is that such a wish is now one step
Seems like Sony Ericsson has certainly been rolling out all those drool-worthy smartphones recently. If you would remember, it was just five days since we last posted the information about Sony Ericsson launching its Xperia mini and Xperia mini pro smartphones here in Singapore, and the company is once again making headlines. Except that
Are you a heavy user of the SMS feature on your mobile phone? If so, Facebook's recent announcement might be just the thing you need to keep those fingers of yours even busier while on the move. Apparently, the world's most popular online social networking service has just unveiled its new Messenger standalone app which
Now this has got to be an interesting little “feature” of sorts for Facebook, if there ever was one. Apparently, it is now possible for Android users to receive push notifications from Facebook on their smartphones even though the feature has yet to make its way down to the official Facebook app for Android. And
When the LG Optimus Pad was launched in Japan, it incorporated Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb mobile operating system. Well, for the owners of the Android tablet (on NTT DoCoMo) in the land of the rising sun, the Android 3.1 update will be available soon on 10 August.
So you have read our story of Motorola 'accidentally' leaking information about its upcoming DROID Bionic smartphone on its developer page, only to quickly pull the information as soon as the mistake was realized, right? Well, the good news is that all that secrecy over that smartphone is at an end, for the good guys
Huawei has announced the availability of its new Android-powered Vision smartphone for consumers. Sporting what the company calls a new “3D carousel user-interface, the Vision is touted as a smartphone which is capable of offering consumers the “perfect combination of technology and style” in a single package. More details, after the break…