Today, PRADA and LG have announced the renewal of their exclusive mobile phone collaboration at a signing ceremony in Seoul, Korea. Both companies will develop the PRADA phone by LG 3.0 which is scheduled for launch early next year 2012. Apparently, a teaser image of the new phone has been released.
Despite its expertise in the radio components that goes into smartphones, ST Ericsson hasn't had any real wins when it comes to its ARM processors that go hand in hand with its baseband components. That looks set to change soon as apparently Sony Ericsson is planning on building at least one handset based on the
Research in Motion has added two new smartphones to their portfolio, the Bold 9790 (left pic) and Curve 9380, both are based on the latest BlackBerry 7 operating system. The smartphones claim to offer users fast performance, brilliant touch displays and compact designs altogether.
Intel and Nokia have jointly announced the MeeGo platform at Mobile World Congress in 2010, but it was not until last month that we see the first (and perhaps last) MeeGo device from the Finnish manufacturer. But how good is the Nokia N9. Find out inside this review.
By now it's pretty obvious that 2012 will be the year of the quad core mobile devices, be it smartphones or tablets, although most appear to be running Android so far, but we'd expect a fair few tablets to be part of the Windows 8 crowd later next year. Rumours are now suggesting that HTC
A company called Bit9 that creates server side security software has had a play with some of the more commonly available Android phones in the market and has found that the manufacturers lack of updates for its older handsets are leading to unsecure devices. The company has compiled a list that it calls the "Dirty
One of the problems with low power devices such as smartphones and tablets is that you have limited options when it comes to the bus that the various chips use to communicate with each other. Most devices use fairly slow interfaces such as GPIO, HSIC or various MIPI interfaces rather than something like PCI Express
During the Google Music launch event, Jamie Rosenberg, Director of Digital Content for Android introduced an impressive statistic. We have all heard the figure of 550.000 activated devices daily, but did you knew that in only five months, 100 million people activated their Android devices?
The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced new interoperability guidelines for Wi-Fi Direct and DLNA which should make it easier to connect DLNA enabled Wi-Fi devices for media streaming. Currently Wi-Fi Direct can be somewhat convoluted to use depending on your devices, but hopefully this will help simplify things when it comes to media streaming.
With this feecha iPhone app, you can share or view interesting activities or events that are happening in the area. The feecha will appear on the map once it has been posted and the higher the popularity of the news, the feecha will become more alive.
Android devices finally receive not one but three speaker docks designed for the platform, courtesy of Philips. A repackaged version of its iPod-oriented cousin the DS8500, this new kid in the block seems like a hit from early reports.
It seems that HTC has ironed out their position with Andriod's new Ice Cream Sandwich mobile platform with this recent leak of a new phone they are working on, codenamed "Ville". This new addition to the HTC family gives a double dose of goodness by including the HTC Sense UI 4.0 as well, an update to
Yesterday evening at the Porsche Design store in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, the company unveiled the luxurious P'9981 smartphone from BlackBerry that features stainless steel frame, leather back cover, QWERTY keyboard, and crystal clear touchscreen display. The Porsche Design P'9981 is scheduled to retail in January 2012 with limited quantity.
A new phone from Research In Motion (RIM) sporting the new BBX platform will emerge soon, and the company claims that it will have functionalities which are similar to the PlayBook. This remains to be seen as the phone is said to only be released in the first half of 2012
Adobe's long stand for Flash's viability comes to a conclusion when they announced the end of their efforts for developing Flash for mobile devices. Apple iOS supporters get their victory following the fulfilment of Steve's opinion in April 2010, but is this victory just for Apple fans?
The new Nokia Lumia Windows 7.5 phones were unveiled at the Nokia World two weeks ago, and yesterday, the local media were treated to a showcase of the new phones. For those of you who are wondering when the Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 are going to be available, well, the company mentioned that the phones will
The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has published a report on the state of the global public Wi-Fi hotspot market. The WBA is an industry association with a focus on driving next-gen Wi-Fi experience and consists of leading technology companies and mobile operators such as Google, Cisco, AT&T and StarHub.
HTC will be releasing a Chinese version of their Explorer budget phone in China, under the label HTC Daren. The new dedicated phone is geared towards feature integration with Renren.com's social network service, but will the new phone be able to attract China's increasingly social saavy population?
Developed by Stealth Education, this Gobby mobile app for Android and Apple iPhone lets you learn the frequently used English idioms in everyday speech. And apparently, there is a nationwide contest going on whereby you stand a chance to win an Apple iPad 2 grand prize.
Samsung today announced the availability of the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Nexus smartphone in Singapore. The Galaxy Note 16GB is available at S$998 in November, while the Galaxy Nexus will be available at S$948 by January 2012. Both prices are without line contract and are inclusive of GST.