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.
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.
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.
We're not sure if there's a huge demand for doing video editing on tablets and smartphones, although Google is already offering its own video editing utility with Android 3.x and many a smartphone has basic video editing programs. Now CyberLink wants a slice of the Android video editing space and has announced PowerDirector Mobile which
Google is working to repair relations with China after the two fell out over the alleged hacking of email accounts and censorship of search engine results two years ago.
This afternoon, Lenovo introduced their new SmartTV product line that consists of the K81 and K91, as well as the IdeaPad Yoga which claims to be the world's slimmest convertible Ultrabook, at the pre-Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012.
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.
Samsung, LG and others are to join a growing list of TV manufacturers announcing Google TV products at the Consumer Electronics Show next week.
Just a month ago, LG and PRADA have announced the collaboration to develop the new LG PRADA 3.0, and today, LG has announced the luxurious phone in Singapore. The smartphone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and pre-orders will begin tomorrow.
We received news from ZiiLABS, a subsidiary of Creative Technology Ltd that the company announced a "ground-breaking 100-core ZMS-40 StemCell Media Processor". After looking at the specs, some similarities appeared.
On the first week of 2012, Samsung has announced their new lineup of smartphone and tablets which include the GALAXY Nexus, Omnia W, GALAXY W, GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus and GALAXY Tab 7.7.
An audiophile-worthy speaker dock for iOS devices and GALAXY S smartphones will be joining the ranks of Samsung products soon. The Samsung DA-E750 may sport a hybrid vacuum tube system akin to high-end audio equipment, but will it make the cut amongst audiophiles?
We have seen smartphones and tablet devices running Google Android mobile operating system. And apparently SiriusXM has recently introduced their new Android portable satellite radio called Lynx.
For those lucky few that has managed to get their hands on an Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime the company has announced that it will start rolling out Android 4.0 also known as Ice Cream Sandwich beginning on the 12th of January. On top of that, the company is working on a solution that will allow
Chinese manufacturer SmartDevices has announced their new Ten2 Plus Android tablet. The tablet sports a 9.7-inch touchscreen, runs Android 2.3 and retails at an unbeatable RMB999 (approximately US$160).
Apple iOS and Android devices were popular Christmas gifts throughout the world, with the two rivals virtually tied in the heated battle for holiday sales.
News of the next-generation GALAXY smartphone is out, and it is likely to be the Samsung GALAXY S III. And the Quad-core phone may be showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next year.
Western Digital has announced a WD TV remote control app for Apple iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or Android mobile devices, which offers WD users improved media player navigation.
ASUS is now in trouble for using the name "Transformer" and "Transformer Prime". Toy maker Hasbro has filed a lawsuit against the Taiwanese company over the trademark on the name that are more known for the toys, cartoons and movies.