It might not be the case down here in sunny Singapore, but in other countries, it would appear that the success of a tablet is tied to a single critical factor: support for the 'full Web content'. Which, needless to say, includes Adobe's proprietary Flash plugin used in a vast majority of websites today. However,
Of all the China-brand tablets that we have been covering for news updates, it would appear that ZTE is one of the few OEMs which have the potential to make a name for itself in both the domestic and the global arena. Apparently, the Chinese OEM has just churned out a new tablet that is
Sony Ericsson has previously stated that it will not be launching a Windows Phone 7 smartphone or tablet devices anytime soon. However, it looks like the company may have a tablet device in the works, and one such prototype has been spotted.
LG isn't the only phone manufacturer to come up with smartphones with 3D display which does not require 3D glasses. Japanese maker, Sharp, has also launched two 3D smartphones last year – SH-03C and 003SH - and are likely to retail in China this spring.
Remember how we once spoke about OEMs loving to tease consumers by intentionally revealing a lot of information about an upcoming product, only to withhold the most important parts in order to feed the hype machine? Well, HTC is at it again: after talking about its plans for a tablet and showing off the HTC
How does the idea of being able to game away on your favourite game titles for the Sony PlayStation console from the luxury of a tablet PC sound like? Well, don't be surprised, but that day might actually come a lot sooner than you'd expect. According to various sources, it appears that the Japanese electronics
Think that a new user interface and built-in support for devices with larger display sizes are the only draws that Honeycomb has to offer for the Android lovers out there? Well, it seems that Google has got one more ace up its sleeve in ensuring that the latest version of its mobile operating system has
If it wasn't already clear enough, Google's free Android operating system is definitely on a roll in terms of market share and adoption, and it seems that such a trend is set to continue well into 2011, at least in Korea. Pantech, a well-known Korean handset OEM, has just announced the release of its new
Think that Acer is the only OEM to offer a netbook which gives consumers the chance to play around with a notebook-optimized port of the mobile Android operating system? Well, think again: NEC has also broken out its own answer to the Android laptop market with its new LifeTouch Note netbook. Wait, didn't Google announce
At the Mobile World Congress, Google said that the next Android mobile operating system, codenamed "Ice Cream" or "Ice Cream Sandwich", will be launched within the next six months.
Motorola may have been teasing us with details about their upcoming Xoom tablet for quite some time already, but as all teases go, the company has remained steadfast in refusing to disclose the key detail everybody is waiting for: the size of its pricetag. Fortunately, it appears that the secrecy surrounding that piece to the
Viewsonic has announced the V350 that claims to be the world's first dual-SIM Android 2.2 (Froyo) smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. a . at mobile World Congress.
Aside from the Xperia Play (or formerly known as PlayStation phone), Sony Ericsson has also announced the Xperia neo and Xperia pro Android smartphones. Read on for more information.
Think that the deal between Microsoft and Nokia was like a match made in heaven? Far from it, especially if Google has got anything to do about it. According to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, the search giant had actively attempted to woo Nokia over into taking back their 'pissing in the pants for
This year's tablet wars just got more interesting. HTC has finally joined the crowd with the HTC Flyer, a 7-inch Android tablet that comes with a battery-powered stylus. Read on to find out more.
If there is one truth about the world of hardware, it is the fact that hackers are always on top, especially when it comes to using devices in ways that they were never intended for. And this latest hack seems to confirm that little fact of life. That being said, does anyone fancy playing around
In addition to the GALAXY Tab 10.1 Android Honeycomb tablet, Samsung has also unveiled the GALAXY S II, which claims to be the world's slimmest smartphone.
It is a well known fact that in order for a device to stand a chance of doing well in the market, both its underlying hardware and software must be a perfect match for each other. Similarly, that concept can also be applied to smartphones. After all, of what use is a 3D-capable smartphone if
LG has unveiled their latest lineup of mobile devices at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. The devices include the LG Optimus 3D smartphone and Optimus Pad tablet.
Samsung has announced the new Galaxy Tab 10.1 (model: P7100) Android tablet at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The new tablet is running Android 3.0 Honeycomb and claims to provide superb multimedia experience to users.