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.
Smart TV is all the rage and if you want to get in on the trend you may end up ditching a fairly new LCD TV to do so. Thankfully, there are companies like ASUS out there that have a solution – ASUS O!Play Mini Plus.
Panasonic's Toughbooks are known for their ruggedness that can withstand drops, extreme weather and other rough handling. And it seems like the company is also going the tablet way with the announcement of their new ToughPad FZ-A1, running on Android mobile operating system.
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.
This new Klipsch Image S4A claims to be the first headphones for Android devices. Android users can download the free Klipsch Control app to customize button functions of the single-button remote control- play, pause, answer and end calls etc.
This afternoon, Motorola Mobility unveiled the new RAZR smartphone which features dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB memory and runs Google Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread mobile operating system. The 4.3-inch phone with Super AMOLED Advanced touchscreen display will be available from next week.
Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) has launched a new digital concierge app for the iPhone and Android devices, which allows users to book cabs, make restaurant reservations, purchase movie tickets and even find amenities in their vicinity easily. On top of that, deF!ND also comes with a voice recognition feature for you to find your local food and ethnic
In a not entirely unexpected move, Sony is set to buy out Ericsson from the joint Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB joint venture for a not insignificant €1.05 billion and will turn Sony Ericsson into a wholly-owned subsidiary that will fall under its network-connected consumer electronics division. The two companies remain friendly though, the deal
With the announcement of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Taiwanese company ASUS has also confirmed that the new mobile operating system would be available on their line of Eee Pad family. However, no exact dates have been released yet.
Sure, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich may be out, and the Samsung GALAXY Nexus would be the first smartphone to get it. But Sony Ericsson has revealed on their Facebook Page that their Xperia smartphones launched this year, will also get the Android 4.0 update.
At the AsiaD: All Things Digital event in Hong Kong, ASUS chairman Johnny Shih talked about the Ultrabook and also showcased the new Eee Pad Transformer Prime Android tablet. The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime claims to be the world’s first tablet to incorporate Project Kal-El, NVIDIA’s next-generation quad-core Tegra mobile processor.
The wait for the Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform is finally over. Today, Samsung and Google have jointly announced the GALAXY Nexus, which claims to be the first smartphone running the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich mobile operating system.
By now, Samsung and Google can't be too happy with Japanese NTT DoCoMo, as the company has leaked the very soon to launch Galaxy Nexus flagship phone that will be the first Ice Cream Sandwich/Android 4.0 handset. The specs should be correct this time around, although we'll wait for the announcement at around 10-ish today
The smartphone market is definitely starting to heat up in the run up to the holiday season and Motorola has just re-launched its RAZR, although this time we're looking at quite a difference device than we did the first time around. The only commonalty between the two devices is the slim profile and it's actually
Sony Ericsson has announced the availability of the Xperia arc S and Xperia neo V in Singapore. The Xperia arc S is the improved version of its popular Xperia arc sibling, features an upgraded 1.4Ghz processor and boasts 25% faster camera start up and 20% faster web page rendering. The Xperia neo V sports a 3.7-inch
At IFA 2011 trade fair in Berlin, LG unveiled their proprietary 3D Game Converter that allows smartphone users to transform OpenGL-based 2D games into 3D and vice versa. Well, the company has announced that the 3D Game Converter feature is now available for download.
HTC had a regional event this afternoon to launch their HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio, HTC Rhyme and HTC Radar, which was showcased at last week's Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) event. On top of that, the company also showcased the HTC Explorer, though the phone would only be available in selected countries in Asia.
AC Ryan has unveiled the VEOLO smart Android hub that claims to offer apps, Internet, and media streamer on your TV, at the comfort of your home. The VEOLO is equipped with ARM Cortex A9 1GHz processor, onboard 512MB DDR3 and is based on Google Android 2.2 Froyo mobile operating system.
LG Korea has announced the launch of their new Optimus LTE smartphone, which claims to be the first mobile device in the country to lead Long Term Evolution (LTE) with high definition IPS display technology. Unfortunately, no word as to when this phone will be available outside Korea though.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia active, designed for the active lifestyle users, was showcased in June with the Xperia Ray and Xperia Txt. Today, the company has officially launched the phone in Singapore, together with the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman that promises great audio enjoyment for music lovers.