- Mobile Phones
Friday, 25 Jan 2013
Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop, has officially shot down rumors about the company's interest in developing Android smartphones, while taking a shot at the open-sourced operating system.
Intel has just released the Yolo, a low-cost Android handset based on the Lexington mobile platform, and is heading for Kenya. The budget smartphone is a result of a collaboration between Intel and Kenyan service provider, Safaricom, and is the first Intel smartphone for Africa.
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
To get gears up and running, the Mozilla Foundation has also announced yesterday that smartphones running the Firefox OS will be available to developers in February. Because the devices are not designed for consumers, they will be running development versions of Firefox OS.
With MWC 2013 coming up, Huawei has started sending out their press invites, one that states that the company will unveil “new products, performance goals and possibilities for the year ahead” at the event.
Nokia is said to be working on a true PureView device running on the Windows Phone OS.
Despite raking up record revenue and profits in Q1 2013, Apple's share prices continue to fall.
A new report by Gartner shows that Samsung has surpassed Apple in 2012 to become the world’s leading buyer of semiconductor products.
Wednesday, 23 Jan 2013
Rumors of the Samsung Galaxy S IV are coming fast and furious and this time, we are offered a peek at what possibly might be an official press image of the device.
AMD may be trying to expand beyond PC chips with the recent hiring of two senior engineers, Charlie Matar, previously senior vice president of engineering at Qualcomm, and Wayne Meretsky, previously technical lead for OS X at Apple.
Tuesday, 22 Jan 2013
The HTC Butterfly will be available at M1, StarHub and other authorized resellers from 26 January at a recommended retail price of S$928.