Samsung has lost a second case in Germany that alleged Apple infringed one of of its mobile patents, but a decision has yet to be made on a third and final patent.
No more worrying about your child playing loud music that can hurt their hearing. Kidz Gear has launched this Apple Wired Headphones for Kids, designed especially for iPod, iPhone and iPad. It features "KidzControl" volume limiting technology for safe volume listening and comes with a special microphone and remote control.
Norton by Symantec has announced the Norton Tablet Security and new updates for Norton Mobile Security for Android users. Both incorporate the new Web-based Anti-Theft feature whereby users can remote locate and lock their devices via a web browser.
Toshiba has announced the launch of their BookPlace DB50 Android ebook reader in Japan. The DB50 has a 7-inch LCD display, is powered by a 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM and 8GB storage, and boasts 7.5 hours of battery life.
Apple has posted its financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2012, beating Wall Street analyst predictions and showing that the company still has huge growth potential after the passing of its co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs.
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?
Apple has lost its appeal in the Netherlands over its attempt to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the primary rival to its iPad tablet computer, banned in the country.
A curiously alluring tablet from MSI was perked up on display during CES earlier this month which was primarily due to the OS this AMD powered WindPad 110W was running; Android 4.0. And luckily, unlike the Tegra-3 powered Windows 8 tablet also seen at the event, this one was available for some hands-on.
Apple has launched iBooks 2 with digital textbooks for schools and colleges, an attempt to secure additional adoption of its iPad tablet computer in educational circles.
Motorola Xoom owners (in US) rejoice. The Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update is slowly rolling out to users in USA, starting last night. However, the update is only for the Wi-Fi model only, and there's no word yet as to when it will be available to users in other countries.
LG has introduced its first LTE tablet, the Optimus Pad LTE. Powered by 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, the 8.9-inch tablet runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb and features True high definition (HD) IPS display for breath-taking visuals.
Apple's iPad 3 is expected to hit shops in March, touting a new high-definition display and a faster processor, and offering 4G capability.
The "Sony Tablet" S was launched in October last year, though it was the Wi-Fi only model. Just a few days ago, Sony Electronics Asia Pacific has announced the launch of the 3G version of their popular "Sony Tablet" S in Singapore.
Motorola has introduced the new XOOM 2 tablet in Singapore. Equipped with a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor and a bright display, the new tablet runs Android 3.2 and claims to offer users enhanced experience.
With Lunar New Year arriving next week, 313@Somerset has recently announced their new iPhone app that gives shoppers a new social experience using augmented reality technology, with discounts and promotions of up to S$200,000.
The VR-Zone team @ Las Vegas had the exclusive opportunity of a back room hands-on session with Best of CES 2012 winner 'Project Fiona' Concept Gaming Tablet and to interview Razer's enigmatic CEO Min-Liang Tan. Also on display were the Blade Gaming Laptop and other new peripherals like the Naga Hex and SWTOR licensed devices.
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