It is old news that the next version of the Android operating system will be known as Ice Cream Sandwich (hmm, yummy) and that it will supposedly be released to OEMs sometime in Q4 this year. But in spite of that, Google has somehow managed to push out an update for its tablet-centric build of
Hotels.com has recently introduced two new smartphone apps for the iPhone and Android phones. The apps lets users log in to their account, search for their accomodation options and do their booking.
LG has announced the collaboration with Wikitude to offer the world's first 3-D augmented reality browser on its highly anticipated Optimus 3D smartphone. The browser lets users discover details about their surroundings and access related information.
The Xperia arc may have had its time in the headlines for a while already, but it seems that the Japanese will soon be getting a new smartphone that is said to be an 'enhanced version' of the arc. This smartphone will be known as the Xperia acro, and it will feature a few Japanese-centric
If you think smartphones with 4-inch displays are quite huge for the hand, wait till you see the new Samsung Infuse 4G. The Infuse 4G sports a giant 4.5-inch screen and AT&T will be retailing this smartphone in US soon.
The Android tablet is designed to provide web browsing, social media, ebooks, gaming and multimedia playback for the users. But it looks like some chinese manufacturers are position the tablet as a portable gaming device/home console. Read on.
This evening, Samsung and RADIOactive Pte Ltd announced the new mobile radio streaming app, SONAR. SONAR will be preloaded on all new Samsung mobile devices and available on the Android market.
With almost every single smartphone out on the market today being designed in such a way that would appeal more to the ladies than the tough, macho-looking guys, talking about a smartphone catered exclusively for the fairer sex may be one of odder developments to take place in the smartphone market And yet, here we
Okay, maybe equating a mundane device such as a tablet PC to the principle known as love might be stretching it a little bit, but it is quite hard to see it any other way, especially when the company responsible for marketing this little device has a name which makes a reference to the word
We have danced around the issue for quite some time, but nothing beats having the official word (or endorsement) to confirm (or deny) what we have already suspected. As it turns out, Google has unintentionally confirmed that the next Android release will go by the name of Ice Cream Sandwich after sending off an email
Remember the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer preorder news last week whereby 100 units of the tablet was sold out within three hours? Well, this afternoon, ASUS Singapore held a media event to officially launch the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. And you can get your hands on one from 3 May, next week.
Most die-hard traditionalists who swear by their notebook and desktop PCs will disagree wholeheartedly, but the truth is the rapid advancement of processor technology has resulted in what was formerly nothing more than a simple, low-powered telecommunications device evolving into the mobile computing tool of choice for many. And with smartphones now sporting hardware specifications
Think that the Optimus 2X is the only Korean Android-powered device to come bundled with an NVIDIA Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip (SoC)? Think again: yet another Android device is getting the Tegra 2 treatment, and it comes in the form of a tablet known as the Tabit, and produced by TriGem.
No, it's not Sony Ericsson but Japanese manufacturer, Sony. Even though Sony Ericsson has recently launched their Xperia smartphones, including the Xperia Play (or formerly known as the PlayStation phone), Sony has announced their new S1 and S2 Android tablets.
HTC held a media event today to unveil their highly anticipated Android tablet, the HTC Flyer. The HTC Flyer is scheduled to be available in May. Read on for the coverage.
The HTC Incredible S was on the shelves in Singapore since early March, and today, the company has come up with a red edition of the popular Android smartphone.
A Macbook Air clone has been spotted in China, and it looks to be running Android operating system. But the most appealing factor is not the design or the OS; it is selling at an affordable US$76. Read on for the details.
Sony Ericsson has announced the new W8 Walkman phone designed to offer entertainment and ease of use to consumers. It runs Android 2.1 and will be available in Asia Pacific in Q2.
Aside from the AS100 that was unveiled last year, Toshiba aims to launch their new AT300 tablet based on Android 3.0 and runs dual-core processor in June. According to online sources, the AT300 will be categorized under the Regza series. No word as to whether it will be available here though.
Motorola has finally brought their XOOM Android tablet to Singapore, when it was launched in US on 24 February. You can get your hands on the tablet this "Good Friday" holiday. Details inside.