News: Mobile Phones
Monday, 13 Dec 2010
Ever wondered why the glass in your smartphone manages to survive all the wear and tear you put it through (or not)? It's all thanks to Gorilla glass - and guess what, it's old tech invented back in the 1960s.
How can a company with US$15 billion in revenue still be in trouble? Michal Mace, former Chief Competitive Officer and VP of Product Planning at Palm, VP of Strategic Marketing at PalmSource, director of Mac Platform Marketing at Apple, breaks down what's really wrong with Blackberry (and what to do about it).
Friday, 10 Dec 2010
The PlayStation phone leaks just keeps on coming, and the latest one that has hit the web is a video showing the device, codenamed Zeus Z1, running the Neocore benchmark.
Thursday, 9 Dec 2010
Motorola Mobility announces launch of Motorola DEFY - a slim, pocketable Android smartphone with advanced Web-browsing capabilities and a 3.7-inch high-resolution touch screen display.
Intel is laying its plans to introduce its processor chips onto tablets and smartphone manufacturers by late 2011.
Google's Cloud Print feature is ready to rock in its Beta phase. While it is undoubtedly cool to print via the cloud, the Chrome OS feature comes with some caveats and requirements you might want to note.
Tuesday, 7 Dec 2010
Largest mall in the North East, nex, will house HTC's first Concept store in Singapore. Consumers can expect sale/showcase of exclusive HTC products, redemption services and more.
Google's Android 2.3 is finally released and comes packing with plenty of features. The first to come packing Android 2.3? The long rumored, newly announced Google Nexus S (that's made by Samsung).
Monday, 6 Dec 2010
Didn't believe the rumors about the PS Phone? Well, here's more proof. Guess we can expect a reveal soon, probably at CES 2011 in January.
Friday, 3 Dec 2010
World of Warcraft players, you may either rejoice, or fear this news. Word has it that you might be able to play World of Warcraft on your Android device, with the help of GameString and its streaming technology.