For the longest time, users of Android smartphones could only watch in envy while their iOS-totting friends were happily utilizing Skype's services to initiate video calls among their fellow iOS users, but it seems that things are about to change for the better very soon. This is because Skype just announced the availability of an updated client
Well, look at what the rumour mill has chruned out today. Apparently, sources who privy to Google's plans for its next Nexus-branded smartphone are claiming that the search giant has apparently decided on a name for the new device, and that it will feature a "next-generation" system-on-a-chip or SoC that will reportedly be clocked at
When it comes to the term "Transformer", most users would associate it with either the electrical device that transfers energy from one circuit to another, or the popular cartoon and movie. And if you have followed the news, it looks like ASUS has named their new Android tablet device the Eee Pad Transformer. So, how good and how different
With Apple's iPhone 5 expected to be headed for a September launch this year, it should be of little surprise that competing OEMs will be attempting to raise the stakes by ensuring that their products are ready to take on Apple's offerings when the big day arrives. And based on information we have been receiving
Google may be known for taking a very laid-back attitude over apps that are submitted for download on its Android Market app repository, but it seems that there are lines which even the search giant are loathe to cross, especially when copyright infringement is involved. And it seems that the victim of Google's tough stance
For most people, the act of getting used to how a smartphone works and feels is usually as easy as taking candy from a baby; unfortunately, the same cannot be said for older people who are likely to experience a great deal of difficulty with the smaller font and unfamiliar icons that are now considered
Most people will be fully aware that Motorola used to adopt an "anti-hacker" strategy for its Android-powered smartphones by securing them with various tamperproof mechanisms, such as locking the bootloader and futher restricting access to it by implementing the dreaded eFuse system. However, Motorola fans, expecially users of the new Atrix smartphone, will probably be
Even though Sony Ericsson didn't have a presence at the Communicasia 2011, it doesn't mean that the company has no new announcements. In fact, this afternoon, the mobile phone maker announced three new phones, namely the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray, Sony Ericsson Xperia Active and Sony Ericsson Txt. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.
It was just two weeks ago when Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment company, Huawei, introduced their new range of Android smartphones. This afternoon, Huawei had a global launch of their MediaPad, which touts to be the world's first 7-inch dual-core tablet to run Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS.
Korean manufacturer LG has finally launched their highly-anticipated Optimus 3D smaartphone which features glass-free 3D display and claims to incorporate world's first Tri-Dual architecture. It will be available in Europe first and later other parts of the world in the next several weeks.
Sony Ericsson has announced that it has selected NXP Semiconductors N.V.'s Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to be incorporated in their Android smartphones, offering users enhanced mobile entertainment experiences. Details inside.
Need another music streaming service for your Android-powered smartphone? If so, look no further than Sony to deliver on such needs with a new app that gives users access to its Music Unlimited digital music cloud service, where they can listen to Internet radio stations and stream their favourite songs onto any Android-powered smartphones. And
This morning, HTC and SingTel have jointly announced the HTC ChaCha, which is designed as the most affordable social phone with superb Facebook experience. The HTC ChaCha has a QWERTY keyboard and a dedicated Facebook button, and will be in stores this weekend.
With so many tablets popping up on the market like how popcorn pops from kernels in a hot pan, it really should be of little surprise that there is yet another tablet slated to make its grand appearance soon, especially if Huawei's recently-released teaser video is of any indication. However, with little to no details
Sony Ericsson has announced over 20 new games, including 10 exclusive titles that claim to be optimized for the Xperia Play Android smartphone which was launched recently. Read on for details.
What if you could run Android on Windows in real time, side-by-side and without any lag whatsoever? BlueStacks promises all this – we go hands-on after the break.
Huawei recently had an event in Singapore to introduce their new wireless modem and smartphones including the IDEOS X3, X6 and Boulder. Read on for the coverage.
At Computex today, Nvidia showed off several tech demos and games on the upcoming successor to Tegra 2. Pictures of Lost Planet 2 and a Unigine Heaven-like demo after the break.
We may be a full day away from the official commencement of Computex 2011, but it would seem that many OEMs are already jumping the gun by offering members of the press the opportunity to catch a sneak peak of various unreleased products before the event's official launch, and ASUS is clearly no exception to
We saw the Samsung GALAXY S II and GALAXY Tab 10.1 at the Samsung Forum in early March and this afternoon, the company has announced that both mobile devices will be retailing in stores soon. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.