With Mobile World Congress 2011 coming right up, we round-up some of the most prominent news that have made an impact in the mobile scene, and put in some of our predictions and our own wish lists for the annual exhibition.
In this edition of App Attack, we surface five noteworthy apps made by local blood that take into consideration of our localized needs. Find out what you might have been missing and support local apps today!
A new smartphone user and a social butterfly looking for a quick social networking fix? We say, turn to mobile apps. Here, we present to you some must-haves that will allow for a well-rounded social networking experience on your trustworthy smartphone.
The latest in the Xperia lineup has finally hit town. How did the new Android 2.3 smartphone, the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc fare under our assessment? Click the link for a lowdown on our hands-on experience with the new arc.
Developers get down and dirty with RIM at the inaugural BlackBerry DevCon Asia. Find out more about the PlayBook tablet staus, BlackBerry ecosystem, super apps and more hands-on feedback of the PlayBook tablet from our event coverage.
There aren't many rugged smartphones out there, making the Motorola Defy one of the rare few available for the masses. Having a hardened exterior is just one of its unique features, which we'll share with you more as we dig through some of the additional features for this Android 2.1 device.
What is the purpose of that newly purchased tablet? Movies, music or just plain reading? If you're going to start reading off the tablet, let us recommend five of our favourite tablet apps that'll keep you occupied for hours.
The Tonino Lamborghini Evoluzione may come with an attractive design that evokes the Lamborghini image, but how does it fare under the hood? Hit the jump to find out.
RIM's BlackBerry Bold series have enjoyed immense popularity over the years. To figure out if the same can be said for its newest BlackBerry Bold 9780, we brought it along for a test drive and report our findings within this review.
It's Day 0, one day before the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 officially opens the halls and Motorola is already busy with new announcements, including the first Honeycomb equipped tablet.