- Mobile Phones
Tuesday, 10 Jul 2012
Google's latest Android 4.1 mobile operating system (OS) will come in three variants that are designed for smartphones, 7-inch tablets and 10-inch tablets.
In an interview with Bloomberg.com, StarHub CEO, Neil Montefiore, has stated that the company will be launching its own 4G network later this year.
Monday, 9 Jul 2012
Motorola Singapore announced today that the Android 4.0 over-the-air-update is available now for the Razr and Razr Maxx.
Measuring a mere 0.57mm thin, the receiving coil is highly resistant to shock, providing excellent reliability. The coil's design minimizes the tendency towards rising resistance and achieves a power transfer efficiency to meet Wireless Power Consortium's "Qi" standard.
Leading problem solving web service FixYa announces the first-ever report comparing consumer issues across the most popular smartphones including the Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, RIM BlackBerry Curve, HTC Titan II and Nokia Lumia 900.
A bit of good news from Research in Motion as the company has just announced that their Blackberry App World has just served its three billionth download, since its debut in 2009.
Friday, 6 Jul 2012
Details on the upcoming Motorola Atrix HD showed up on the Motorola's site this morning but have since been promptly removed, PCMag reports. The third-gen Atrix device will be the follow-up to Motorola's recent Atrix 2.
Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
Firefox OS powered devices are slated for a commercial launch in Brazil in early 2013. The Firefox OS is based on Mozilla's "Boot to Gecko" project (BCG) that was first showcased at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012. Read on to find out more about Mozilla’s plans to launch its new mobile ecosystem.
A leak yesterday has forced Samsung to officially introduce the Galaxy Chat, the company's first phone to come with both Android 4.0 and a physical QWERTY keyboard.
According to data from Asymco, the ratio of PCs to Macs sold is dropping dramatically, revealing that Windows is no longer the hegemony it once was.