- News tagged "android"
Monday, 20 Feb 2012
The quad-core Motorola Atrix 3 is said to feature a whopping 3300mAh battery, 2GB RAM and a 10-megapixel camera, Tianjin News reports.
Just before Mobile World Congress 2012 goes into full gear next week, LG unveiled the Optimus Vu which was teased earlier. From all perspectives, this Android smartphone with a 5-inch IPS display is looking to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note.
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.
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2012
Images and specs for the upcoming LG Optimus 3D 2 have been published online before its debut at MWC, BGR reports.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
Most of us have been wondering when the second most preferred browser on the Internet (Chrome of course) would appear on Google's other baby, Android. Well we can stop wondering, because Chrome Beta has just appeared on the Android Market.
Friday, 3 Feb 2012
A supposedly leaked image of what appears to be a variant of the Samsung Galaxy SII running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has surfaced. It is rumored that it will debut in MWC 2012.
Wednesday, 25 Jan 2012
Philips have introduced four new docking speakers to their Fidelio lineup which feature Bluetooth wireless streaming features along with the ability to provide docking for a wide variety of Android devices.
Friday, 20 Jan 2012
The exorbitant Android-based tablet comes at a steep price of 9,999 yuan (US$1,600) with apps specifically catered for officials in China, Reuters reports.
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2012
ARM CEO Warren East said in an interview at CES 2012 that he was not impressed with Intel's foray into the mobile smartphone market. He added that ARM took Intel as a serious competitior; however, Intel mobile smartphone CPUs would not be as power efficient as ARM's offerings.