Some (supposed) leaked images and specs for the LG Optimus 3D II (codenamed CX2) have made their way online which indicate a new screen with slimmer chassis and a faster processor.
Launched in December 2011, the LG Optimus LTE claims to be the world’s first high definition LTE smartphone. And barely two months, the company has announced that the sales of the LTE smartphone has exceeded one million units.
With the recent announcement of Research in Motion's newly appointed CEO, the question in everyone's minds is what will the company's future direction?
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) is undergoing a major overhaul after co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie resigned.
So, Intel's first smartphone Atoms are out, at least in CES show halls. The performance seems good, and the big Intel name is behind it. However, are there greater implications beyond just that?
SingTel users have something to celebrate for this Lunar New Year. The telecommunication operator has announced that it is providing free mobile calls, SMS, MMS and mio TV treats for 48 hours, from 23 to 24 January. Read on for the details.
Xiaomi M1 smartphone was earlier spotted as to run the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS with some new interface enhancements. Well, it looks like the beta of the OS has been released, and is available for download.
Last month, Oppo was reported to be planning the launch of their Find 2 smartphone that runs Android 4.0 ICS. It seems that the company has recently released the official images and specifications of their new Find 3 (and not Find 2) phone.
For business road warriors who are looking for a Bluetooth headset, check out the Jabra Clipper. The Clipper claims to be a fuss-free tool for users to take calls, as well as superb companion for music enthusiasts on the move. It has both new mono/stereo options and is available at Jabra's authorized resellers.
Apple has suspended sales of its iPhone 4S in mainland China after violence and vandalism broke out at its flagship store in Beijing.
Broadcom's CTO, Henry Samueli, said at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas that the company is developing high-end smartphone processor chips for release by the end of this year.
Camera company Eastman Kodak has sued Apple and HTC over the alleged infringement of a number of patents relating to digital camera images, a move that could rescue the firm from impending bankruptcy.
Intel and Motorola Mobility are teaming up to provide Android-powered smartphones and tablets using Intel Atom processors, with the first devices expected for release later this year.
Samsung has unveiled their vision for future of consumer electronics, which is to have a connected ecosystem among the various products, be they TVs, phones, tablets, PCs, cameras or appliances. This would allow user to easily share and enjoy content across all these devices anywhere, anytime.
Things could hardly be any more obvious that the new technology battle field is mobile computing, as we're seeing an onslaught of new technologies that are all targeting what is a massively growing market space. Imagination Technologies is one of the companies that are pushing this development forward and the company has revealed its first
Samsung said it is confident that it will oust Nokia this year to become the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world, changing the face the of the industry completely.
At pre-CES event in Las Vegas, US, Huawei unveiled two new Android smartphones – Ascend P1 and P1 S. The Ascend P1 S claims to be the world's slimmest smartphone, measuring 6.68mm thin and sports a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display.
Smartphones and tablet computers are to get USB 3.0 by the end of this year or early next year, according to the the USB standards organisation at CES 2012.
Microsoft is expected to deliver a “dazzling” send-off at its last Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week, according to analysts, with demonstrations of both Windows Phone devices and the eagerly-awaited Windows 8 operating system.
Just one percent of smartphone users consume a whopping 50 percent of the world's mobile bandwidth, according to a study by network management firm Arieso.