We may be a full day away from the official commencement of Computex 2011, but it would seem that many OEMs are already jumping the gun by offering members of the press the opportunity to catch a sneak peak of various unreleased products before the event's official launch, and ASUS is clearly no exception to
We saw the Samsung GALAXY S II and GALAXY Tab 10.1 at the Samsung Forum in early March and this afternoon, the company has announced that both mobile devices will be retailing in stores soon. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.
You think that online petitions are always an useless waste of time? HTC, the well-established smartphones manufacturer, does not think so. By responding to an online petition which over 7150 people signed, HTC's CEO Peter Chou announced that the company will no longer be locking the bootloaders of their devices.
Quite a few interesting apps are being released for Facebook users lately; after the much discussed Reppler app which protects your online reputation, PastPosts is an app which will be spamming you with a daily e-mail telling you what happened exactly a year ago.
The Motorola ATRIX is the company's high-end Android smartphone that was showcased at CES in Las Vegas earlier this year. Today, Motorola announced the launch of the ATRIX in Singapore which will be available at all three local telco operators. Also announced at the event - the Motorola Xoom 3G Android tablet. VR-Zone brings you the coverage. Update: StarHub has unveiled the
We do not need to be carrying around ten gadgets anymore because today's smartphones can do just about everything; they can play music, they offer internet access and have GPS receivers. Google is a company which constantly and frequently invests on innovative and practical ideas, their latest app however is one huge (note: many would
Motorola has recently launched the China version of the Droid X2, also known as XT882, which comes with dual SIM card slots and dual-core processor and running Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.
Seems like hardware enthusiasts and consumers will have something to look forward to this week, thanks to a recent announcement made by Western Digital. Apparently, the world's largest hard disk manufacturer has released two new products today: a high-capacity SATA hard disk designed for 24/7 operation, as well as a new WD Photos app which
Disturbing news cropped up that Google is looking for rooters and denying them full use of rooted Android devices. Content providers may push Google into full-blown DRM hysteria aimed at rooted Android devices.
With this new GoFlexAccess app, you can now share and stream your music, photos and videos wirelessly from your phone to your GoFlex home network server easily. Available free on iPhone and Android phones.
ASUS has issued an official release that the company will provide the Android 3.1 update for all their Eee Pad tablet devices. Users will receive a notification on their Eee Pads once the update is released, and the firmware update can be completed in just a few steps. Read on for more details.
Thought that the sleek and flashy little smartphone you currently hold in your hands in the answer to getting away from the nasty world of malware that has been plaguing PCs in all shapes and sizes? Well, you could not have been further from the truth; apparently, word has it that Japan is now facing
Most people will probably be aware of LG's plans to launch a new smartphone known as the Revolution, and that it will be a 4G phone which packs some impressive hardware. But the key detail about the smartphone's availability date has always been a mystery…until now, that is. Apparently, word has it that the Revolution
Good news to GALAXY S and GALAXY Tab owners. Samsung has announced that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade will be made available for both the GALAXY S smartphone and GALAXY Tab tablet device.
HTC Singapore has announced the launch of the new Wildfire S, based on the popular Wildfire that was launched last year. The new Wildfire S is equipped with 600MHz processor and preloaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.
Hardcore gaming on the smartphone has yet to gain widespread acceptance for a variety of reasons such as the lack of grade A titles and the sheer awkwardness of using a touchscreen panel to for controlling gameplay when a controller or a mouse would be the superior option. But what if some OEM came up
When news of the Android-powered Venue smartphone broke, we all instinctively knew that it would be a very long wait before Dell's new smartphone will eventually show up for sale on the retail shelves in sunny Singapore. As it turned out, we were right; Dell has officially confirmed that Venue will be making its way
Samsung's Galaxy Tab has been out on the market for a fairly long period time already, and needless to say it can be quite disheartening when the Korean OEM has been keeping its lips sealed as to whether its tablet will ever receive an upgrade path to a newer version of the Android operating system.
Granted, mobile phones with 3D-capable displays are not the norm yet, but it is only a matter of time before more OEMs start hopping onto the bandwagon and rolling out devices that will see 3D-enabled smartphones eventually becoming the new mainstream. However, those who prefer to live their digital life on the bleeding edge of
At the recent Google I/O conference in San Francisco, the search engine giant has revealed that the next Nexus Android smartphone is scheduled to launch in Q4 this year and will run the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The question is, will Sony Ericsson be the next manufacturer to build the phone (after HTC and Samsung)?