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HTC Rezound reported to have sound issues

12/01/2011, One of the interesting features (and probably more advertised) of the HTC Rezound is its Beats Audio integration. With HTC purchasing a major stake in the audio company, it was only natural that they would include the technology along with a pair of Beats...

Mystery Chinese tablet spotted running on Android 4.0

12/01/2011, At the moment the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the only device in the world to officially have Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 on board. There are a ton of other devices that are scheduled to receive the update, tablets included, but it appears that this...

Verizon Galaxy Nexus caught in the wild

12/01/2011, It’s finally December and we still don’t have a release date for when the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be released by Verizon. And while we don’t have any updates on that front, it looks like the phone could be released pretty soon. The...

Kindle Fire updated to 6.2

11/30/2011, If you own a Kindle Fire, you might have noticed that Amazon has started pushing out a software update for the tablet today. In fact the update could already be installed and you don’t know it yet. The Kindle Fire has been configured to...

ASUS Transformer Prime’s camera demonstrated

11/29/2011, Yesterday we reported that the ASUS Transformer Prime was shown off on video, but the video only consisted of showing you the tablet’s hardware and a bit of the user interface. Well, today the folks over at ASUS have decided to upload a video...

Kindle Fire gets CyanogenMod 7

11/29/2011, CyanogenMod 7 (CM) is one of the most popular Android custom ROMs around and it’s available on a large number of devices – both phones and tablets. Well, if you own an Amazon Kindle Fire we’ve got some good news for you – the device has...

Google Maps 6.0 for Android supports indoor maps

11/29/2011, We’ve constantly pointed out the fact that Google gives more love to its Maps for Android app than any other platform and this new update drives the point home even more. Not that it’s a bad thing, mind you; after all Android is Google’s...

RIM announces BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

11/29/2011, RIM has just announced the launch of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion – a tool for corporate customers who want to link their Android and iOS phones to the BlackBerry network without compromising security. This occasion also marks the first time RIM has ever...

Galaxy Nexus gets an optional larger battery in Korea

11/29/2011, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus still hasn’t reared its head on this side of the world yet, but it looks like its Korean brethren have already started receiving matching accessories. According to reports online, folks who purchase the Samsung Galaxy Nexus...

Cluzee for Android is a Siri alternative

11/29/2011, Siri on the iPhone 4S has been the much raved about feature of the handset, and there have been some developers who have attempted to create alternatives to Siri not just for iOS devices, but for other platforms as well. Adding to that list is Cluzee who...

Berg unveils Little Printer for mobile devices

11/29/2011, See the cute little gadget above? Well it’s not a toy but it’s actually a printer. To be more specific it is the Little Printer by design studio Berg. Instead of large printer to help print documents and spreadsheets, the Little Printer has been...

Lenovo LePad S2005 heads to China first

11/29/2011, For those living in China, great news as Lenovo has announced that the LePad S2005 will be headed your way. For those wondering, the LePad S2005 is Lenovo’s hybrid offering in the sense that it will be rocking a massive 5” display that seems to blur...

Splashtop Remote Desktop now available for Kindle Fire

11/29/2011, If you like the idea of accessing files on your desktop computer from your tablet, you’re probably familiar with Splashtop Remote Desktop. The app that’s currently available on most tablets out there has one more device to add to its...