We have heard of various out-of-this-world claims made by the rumour mill when it comes to popular consumer electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets, but this particular one which has just come to our attention today is probably in a class of their own with regards to their credibility. That being said, does anybody fancy
Well, look at what we have got here. Apparently, AMD is starting to feel a little left out of the entire smartphone and tablet game, and has since taken steps to ensure that it does not lose out on too much of the rapidly shrinking pie while its rivals are busy churning out mobile-friendly products.
Any computing device with the 'Think' branding stamped on it is expected to feature the reliability and robustness in enterprise conditions that users have come to take for granted from a certain OEM, right? Well, here's a piece of advice from us: you might want to hold back those expectations a little just to be
With iOS and Android wiping the floor where mobile operating systems are concerned, one might be tempted to think that there is little hope left for Microsoft's and its Windows 7 OS to carve out its own share of the mobile device pie. However, it appears that a Chinese OEM in Shenzhen does not share
With almost every manufacturers offering an Android tablet device, it is just natural that Japanese company Sony will also follow suit. Well, Sony Ericsson has their range of Android smartphones, including the Xperia Play (formerly known as the PlayStation Phone). The Sony tablet could be available this June.
In-Plane Switching technology (IPS) has been around for a long time, being made available for high-resolution displays including Apple's first generation iPad. And recently, another manufacturer is making a tablet that is using the IPS panel for its display.
It was only last week when we attended the Sony Ericsson media event whereby the company showcased the Xperia Arc, Xperia Neo and Xperia Play Android smartphones. And today, the Xperia Arc is officially retailing in stores. So how good is the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc? Read on.
Today, HTC has announced the launch of the Desire S Android smartphone in Singapore. The successor to the HTC Desire is made from a single block of aluminum and features dual front and rear cameras.
You probably know that Google has two smartphone products under its name – Nexus One and the Nexus S. But it seems that the search engine giant is coming up with a Nexus tablet device and it is rumored that it could be manufactured by LG.
Want to have your cake and eat it at the same time when it comes to smartphones sold with the Android operating system? Well, it seems Sony Ericsson might be doing just that with its Xperia smartphones: the company is reportedly planning to allow developers the option of legally unlocking certain Xperia phones' bootloader without
Once again, China appears to have gotten the world's attention with its never-ending supply of tablets from its factories that always seem to be well ahead of the curve, especially when placed side by side with similar tablets produced by reputable OEMs. Likewise, this tablet is no exception: where else in the world can you
Once again, the best toys always find their way into other places well before they ever show up in most parts of South East Asia, and it appears that HTC's latest smartphone is an excellent example of the aforementioned situation. Apparently, the upcoming HTC EVO 3D has been confirmed for both an American and European
So LG has got the Optimus One, the Optimus 2X and the Optimus Black smartphones to cater to a wide variety of audiences seeking to purchase a smartphone, along with an Optimus 3D for those who simply have to be ahead of the times. That is fine and all, but it seems that these are
It looks like the highly anticipated LG Optimus Pad will be on the shelves in Japan this Thursday, 31 March. The 8.9-inch Android tablet is one of the latest tablet devices this year that is powered by Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) mobile operating system.
Have you ever found yourself wishing that your tablet comes with more than one operating system installed so that you can switch between either OS to suit various needs? Well, it turns out that the Chinese are already one step ahead in the game: a new x86 tablet that comes pre-loaded with both Windows 7
In November last year, Sony Ericsson Xperia have released the Android 2.1 update for its X10, X10 mini and X10 mini pro Android smartphones. Today, the company has announced that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update will be available for the X10.
Forget about the April 4 launch date that the rumour mill has been churning out about the WiFi-only version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab; a press release issued by Samsung has just revealed that consumers down in sunny Singapore can expect to see the WiFi-only Galaxy Tabs hit retail stores much earlier than that aforementioned
A long, long time ago in a news posting far, far behind, we wrote that Google was in the midst of planning some form of cloud music service in order to offer a more complete user experience on its Android ecosystem. More details about that service has since been unveiled, and the information we have
Remember the rumours made some time back about RIM's upcoming tablet being able to run both its own apps alongside that of Android's, even though it uses a different operating system? Well, it turns out that the rumours were true after all: the PlayBook will indeed come with such functionality built into the BlackBerry Tablet
The open-source nature of Google's Android operating system means that just about anybody can pick up the underlying source, adapt it for their own use and contribute bugfixes patches back to the main source tree if they feel inclined to. However, it seems that this close relationship between Google and the open-source community might be