Android

  • D-Link launches new app for iPad and Android Tablet, and all-in-one mobile companion router

    D-Link has announced their new mydlink+ app for the Apple iPad and Android tablet devices that allows users to monitor up to four network cameras in your home or office. On top of that, the company also introduced their latest DIR-505 mobile companion router that claims to offer instant Wi-Fi access, convenient file sync, USB

  • Motorola unveils white version of MotoLuxe Android phone

    The Motorola Motoluxe (also known as XT615) is a mid-ranged Android smartphone that was announced in January this year. It was initially launched in black finish, but recently, the company has come up with a white version of the Motoluxe.

  • NTT Docomo unveils SH-06D NERV special edition Android smartphone

    NTT Docomo in Japan has unveiled the special edition Android smartphone that will launch in June, in conjunction with the "Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo" movie. The SH-06D NERV will be showcased at the NOTTV booth at the Anime Expo 2012 (held at Makuhari Messe in Japan) during the weekend, 31 March and 1

  • Sola joins the ranks in Sony Xperia family

    The Sony Xperia S was announced in Singapore last week, and today, the company has introduced the new addition to the Xperia range of smartphones – the Xperia sola. The Android smartphone features "floating touch" navigation for web browsing without touching the screen, Near Field Communication (NFC) to launch apps and other actions via Xperia SmartTags, and sports a

  • Final Fantasy III comes to Android, only in Japan though

    Final Fantasy fans would love this piece of news: Square Enix's Final Fantasy III has come to Android devices. But the bad news is, the game is only available for Japan Android users.

  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade now available for Samsung GALAXY S II

    Samsung GALAXY S II owners rejoice! The Korean electronics manufacturer has announced that the Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) upgrade is now available for the GALAXY S II smartphone.

  • Valueplus shows off the TizzBird Stick N1 at CeBIT

    Once in a while you run into the oddest companies at trade shows and although Korean Valueplus isn't that odd in itself, as it's a manufacturer of a wide range of Android powered media players, but its retail branding which is TizzBird, is rather odd. Still, the company has some interesting products and its latest

  • Could the MeMO 370T be the rumored Google-ASUS 7-inch tablet?

    Even though Apple has announced their new iPad tablet, the Android camp has been spreading the news of a 7-inch tablet, reportedly a Google tablet manufactured by ASUS.

  • Gigabyte’s whitebox Android tablet is powered by Nvidia

    We're not entirely sure what's going on within Gigabyte, but currently it's ODM aka "whitebox" department has much more impressive tablet than its notebook division. That said, the GN-TB100 as the tablet is known as should at least arrive somewhere in retail, although under a different brand so it might take some figuring out as

  • Sony Xperia S, now available in Singapore

    Sony has acquired Ericsson's shares in the venture last month, and the Xperia S is the company's first smartphone that was announced earlier this year. Well, good news for those of you waiting for this phone, the Xperia S is now available in Singapore.

  • Xperia acro HD SO-03D to retail in Japan on 15 March

    The new Xperia acro HD SO-03D is scheduled to retail in Japan on 15 March next month, with pre-orders starting on 2 March.

  • ZTE announces Era quad-core Android smartphone

    ZTE has announced its Era quad-core Android smartphone at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, touting it as one of the thinnest high-end devices on the market.

  • LG could be the next Google Nexus handset maker

    We're starting to hear the rumour mill pump out talk of the next Nexus device being made by LG. It's been reported that LG is looking to get its mits on a contract that will give the handset maker exclusive rights to produce Google's next-gen Nexus device(s) and first dibs on one of Google's future

  • Huawei launches MediaPad 10 FHD, world’s first 10-inch quad-core tablet

    Many companies vie to be the first to come up with a breakthrough product, be it the largest, slimmest or equipped with the latest feature etc. At Mobile World Congress 2012 this week, Huawei has just announced their MediaPad 10 FHD, which claims to be the world's first 10-inch tablet with quad-core processor.

  • LG introduces new smartphones at MWC 2012

    LG is unveiling its biggest collection of smartphones at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012 in Barcelona this week, which includes the Optimus Vu: with 5-inch True HD IPS display; Optimus 4X HD with quad-core processor; and Optimus 3D Max that offers immersive 3D viewing experience.

  • Sony Mobile Communications unveils Xperia U and Xperia P

    Sony Mobile Communications has unveiled their new next generation smartphones at this week's Mobile World Congress, which comes in the form of Xperia U and Xperia P. Both smartphones are equipped with 1GHz dual-core processors and features Sony's Reality Display powered by Mobile BRAVIA Engine.

  • HTC One series smartphones announced at Mobile World Congress

    At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, HTC has announced its new One series smartphones which claim to offer premium mobile experience to users. The phones include the quad-core One X, One S and One V.

  • Dropbox gives Android users auto-sync photo/video uploading

    Dropbox has just updated its Android application with a number of bugs having been addressed along with the addition of a particularly useful function many of us will find quite handy.

  • “Sony Tablet” P launches today in Singapore

    The "Sony Tablet" S and P were unveiled together last year, but it was the "Sony Tablet" S that was first to be launched in Singapore on October 2011. Good news is, the "Sony Tablet" P with dual 5.5-inch TFT screens has been announced and it is available from today.

  • Google adds collaboration to Google Docs for Android

    Google has released an update to its Google Docs for Android app, which adds a collaboration feature and several improvements to the interface and formatting.