- News tagged "google"
Thursday, 23 Feb 2012
PocketNow got some juicy info on LG's upcoming flagship model. Currently known as the LG X3, the Android 4.0 smartphone will be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor, with a 4.7-inch 720p display on top of it.
Joining the slew of announcements from LG is the LG Optimus 3D Max, the direct successor to its earlier LG Optimus 3D. The updated 3D smartphone will sport new features such as NFC and a 3D converter.
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012
Preloaded with the latest Google Android 4.0, the ZTE Mimosa X is probably one of the last few Android smartphones sporting NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 processor.
Tuesday, 21 Feb 2012
Four press images of Huawei's upcoming Ascend D1 Q smartphone were leaked, revealing the device to have a removable battery, red and black color combination and a possible 4.3-inch or larger display.
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
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
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.
U.S. and Europeans regulators have finally approved Google Inc's massive US$12.5 billion buyout of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc, Reuters reports.
Monday, 13 Feb 2012
Google has been making a few interesting moves, shaping up to be an even bigger tech powerhouse in the future. What might the search giant have in store for us?