Wednesday, 15 Feb 2012
HTC has been alleged to be one of the first companies outside Sony to get PlayStation certification for its mobile devices, Pocket-lint reports.
Huawei's Chief Marketing Officer Yu Chengdong has given everyone a head start for MWC 2012 with a few early words - the Chinese company is reportedly showcasing another smartphone named the Ascend D1 Q, alongside a MediaPad 10 tablet during the annual event at Barcelona.
Sony makes it known to UK's gadget news and reviews site, Pocket-Lint, that picture quality, price, and design, are amongst consumers' foremost concerns when it comes to snagging a modern HDTV.
Tilt-shift photography seems pretty interesting but many have not given it a go due to the rather high prices of the tilt-shift lenses, but now the concept of tilt-shift photography is within reach with Lensbaby's new Edge 80 Optic.
According to Google its search engine, YouTube and other services have been shutdown in Iran since the 10th of February 2012. A number of other sites have also been affected. But Tor is stepping in to help out Iranian nationals by granting access to basic internet functionality.
Motorola is expected to unveil its first Intel-powered Android 4.0 handset at Mobile World Congress 2012. Besides running on Intel's Medfield processor, the biggest selling feature of the unnamed device is its camera, which is said to boast instant-on and 15-frame-per-second burst mode.
HP today unveiled the world's first all-in-one workstation with best-in-class graphics and processor. What's more, it's designed to allow users to easily upgrade its highly modular components without the need for any complex tools or procedure.
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2012
For all the romantics out there, Google remembers what 14th of February is all about and comes up with a timely reminder that it's not the presents, but the company that matters on Valentine's Day.
Images and specs for the upcoming LG Optimus 3D 2 have been published online before its debut at MWC, BGR reports.
U.S. and Europeans regulators have finally approved Google Inc's massive US$12.5 billion buyout of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc, Reuters reports.