Creative Technology took the world by surprise with the sudden announcement of the ZiiO Android tablets two weeks ago, which were part of their Pure Wireless Entertainment solution. Today, the Singapore-based company held a media event to showcase the new products.
Renowned technology blog, Techcrunch, recently reported on their findings of three photos which looked to have been taken with the new Google Nexus S Android smartphone. The photos were taken on 5th and 6th November, few days after a Google phone (called “Nexus Two” then) was uncovered.
Sometimes, the only way to fight a patent infringement lawsuit is to throw the book back to the lawyers and nitpick on every last detail in order to disclaim any form of responsibility. And this is exactly what Google has done. Apparently, the search giant is claiming that it is not their fault Android may
Consumers are spoilt for choice with so many tablet devices on the market, mainly the Apple iPad, and those running on Google’s Android mobile operating system. PC manufacturer Lenovo has also expressed its plans to launch their new Android tablet, called LePad, in the U.S. next year.
The Desire Z and Desire HD are HTC’s latest smartphones to incorporate the new Google Android 2.2 (Froyo) mobile operating system. Both were announced last month and were recently made available in stores. VR-Zone managed to get both phones in for this review. Read on.
Consumers always want choice, and when Google was rumoured to be working on some kind of social networking service which would supposedly rival that of Facebook, the online world was abuzz with speculation. However, it turns out that the rumours were nothing more than rumours: Google has officially announced that it has no plans to
About two weeks ago, news of the Google Nexus Two was out and that it would be manufactured by Samsung. Well, the next Google Nexus phone is going to be called the Nexus S (model: GT-19020T) and it seems that some of the phone’s specifications have been leaked online.
Yesterday, Toshiba Singapore unveiled their new Android Smartbook series, the AC100 and AS100, designed for mobile professionals as secondary computing device. Both Smartbooks are extremely lightweight and portable, and offer 10.1-inch WXGA display.
About a week ago, SingTel and Samsung jointly announced that the local operator will be the exclusive carrier for the 7-inch Galaxy Tab Android tablet. However, the pricing was not made known then. Well, SingTel has unveiled the pricing of the Galaxy Tab with accordance to the price plans offered. Read on.
Google Instant was launched in September, providing users faster search results while they are typing in the search terms. And now, the service has been extended to the mobile devices: smartphones running Android 2.2 (Froyo) as well as iPhones and iPods running iOS 4. However, currently, it is only available for users in the U.S.
This year is not just the year of Google’s Android OS, but also the year of Tablet devices. With manufacturers like Samsung, Dell, BlackBerry, Viewsonic and even Creative hopping on to the Android tablet bandwagon, it seems weird that LG hasn’t announced one yet. Well, according to sources, the Korean manufacturer is intending to release theirs
Today, Toshiba Singapore sent out an e-invite to the media of a press event next week. The e-invite shows a picture of a familiar green Android robot which hints of a new product running the Google mobile operating system.
Creative has been extremely quiet in the past few months, and today, the Singapore-based company has taken everyone by surprise, launching the ZiiO Pure Wireless Entertainment tablets. Running Android 2.1, the ZiiO tablets come in 7-inch and 10-inch variants. Availability is expected end December 2010.
If you are using a Sony Ericsson X10, X10 Mini or X10 Mini Pro, you’ll be pleased to learn that the phone maker is delivering its promise to bring the intended Android upgrades to the smartphones. Yes, the Android 2.1 upgrades are now available for Singapore users.
Despite reports that Google will not release a follow up to the Nexus One phone, it seems like there will be a Nexus Two after all. And it will be manufacturerd by Samsung. There isn’t much details of the new Android phone at this point in time, but according to news sources, it resembles the Galaxy S that was launched earlier
Looks like Sony has a new phone – no, not Sony Ericsson but Sony - and it is the rumored PlayStation phone according to online sources. The PlayStation phone is likely to be running on Android 3.0, features a touchscreen display of around 3.7-inch and equipped with 1GHz processor.
Yesterday, Dell Asia Pacific held an event in Singapore to announce the latest XPS laptops. Come in 14- and 15-inch screen sizes, the XPS incorporate JBL speakers and powerful Nvidia graphics to provide high-definition entertainement to home users. But that’s not all, we also saw the Dell Streak Android tablet and Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone 7.
Motorola has announced two new Android smartphones to the market, namely the Motorola FLIPOUT and MOTOROLA CHARM. Both smartphones sport unique form factor and compact designs, with combine touchscreen and keypad capabilities. The Motorola FLIPOUT and CHARM will retail in Singapore tomorrow.
Good news for Android users! The popular game, Angry Birds, which was recently announced as a beta version on the Google mobile platform, is now available as a full version. No, we aren’t talking about the US$0.99 price you have to pay; the full version of Angry Birds is available free.
In addition to their newly launched service centre at Bishan Junction 8 today, Sony Ericsson has also announced the availability of the latest X8 Android smartphone for the users. It features four-corner user interface for easy one-hand usage and a 3.2-megapixel camera for taking photos and uploading them to your social networks