NVIDIA primes Tegra 3 as the enabler for tablets in 2012 and shows us examples of how consumer expectations and demands of a tablet have evolved. Plus find out what the tiny Tegra SoCs are doing in super cars.
We had a quick hands-on with Intel's smartphone reference design based on the Android Gingerbread operating system. Based on the Intel Atom Z2460 platform, is this going to be the new processor for future smartphones?
Sony's first smartphone is finally unveiled as the Sony Xperia S, alongside a LTE-capable Sony Xperia Ion exclusive for AT&T announced at CES 2012. Here's our early impressions of the Sony Xperia S.
Huawei just announced their thinnest Android 4.0 smartphone, the Huawei Ascend P1 S. Here's our initial impressions of the Chinese company's flagship device for 2012.
LG and Prada's exclusive collaboration has come a long way with the current Prada Phone by LG 3.0 being the latest handset in the line of inspired handsets. Here's a quick look at one of the industry's most elegant and branded Android devices.
Samsung unveiled five new devices for 2012, all of which are targeted for a Q1 2012 release date. We share our hands-on experience on some of these gizmos.
If budget is of the utmost priority, reasonably affordable Android smartphones such as the HTC Wildfire S are up for consideration. Here's our verdict on whether budget-friendly phones are just as adequate in performance.
With SingTel's first commercial LTE mobile broadband service announced, we take a look at how its upgraded theoretical 75Mbps download speeds compare against the service provider's existing HSPA+ theoretical speeds of 21Mbps.
The Samsung Galaxy Note blurs the line between a smartphone and a tablet with its massive 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display. Will its mammoth size affect the usability of the device? We give you our detailed analysis from spending a good deal of time with it.
Dubbed as the first real Windows Phone by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, does the Nokia Lumia 800 really deliver as it promises? We take it for a spin to see if it lives up to our expectations.