04/26/2011, Guess what has landed in the office? Yes, that’s the HTC Droid Incredible 2 (read the fill incredible 2 review here) that just got launched earlier today. It is known in other parts of the world as the HTC Incredible S. In the USA, the phone will be available from Verizon, although it might find its way to other carriers under the “S” name. It’s going to take a […]
03/25/2011, Galaxy Tab 8.9 Preview - this preview of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 goes over the strengths and weaknesses of the 8.9-inch form factor, and the custom changes that Samsung made to Honeycomb
02/23/2011, The folks over at Akihabara News recently got their hands on a Sharp Lynx SH-03C – the world’s first glasses-free 3D phone (no LG, the title does not belong to you) and posted a detailed first impression of the phone. Sharp Lynx SH-03C runs on a stock version of Android 2.1, and it comes loaded with apps for you to make use of the phone’s 3D capabilities. Judging by what […]
10/06/2010, [CEATEC 2010] Toshiba has caught CEATEC by storm, creating a continuous 2-hr wait line around its booth with attendees lining-up to see one thing: the GL1 series of glasses-less 3D televisions. Three models were on display: 12″, 20″ (products) and 56″ (prototype). Toshiba has dropped the bomb on competitors like Sony, LG or Samsung by announcing that 3D without glasses was “here”, or at least around the corner, and my […]
06/05/2010, EVO 4G Review - This is in in-depth review of the Sprint HTC EVO 4G Android smartphone, we'll tell you how it feels to use one of these in the real world.
04/13/2010, The new Macbook Pro laptops have arrived and here is an unboxing set of photos, along with a video (still processing in YouTube as I type). The new Macbook Pro keeps the unibody design pretty much intact and little has changed since last year. The only visible change that I noticed is the new MagSafe power connector design. I’m not sure why Apple has changed it, but I kind of liked […]
01/18/2010, Nexus One Review - The Google Nexus One is the most anticipated Android phone ever. First, because Google was rumored to be "freeing people" from the the wireless carriers
05/26/2009, When U.S. television switched to broadcasting in high-definition, many shows were forced to change their production design: HD images are so crisp and clear that any blemish on the set – paint jobs, cracks in the wall, the old sofa in the corner – would have jumped out at viewers right away. Hollywood’s plastic surgeons, needless to say, saw a similar boost in business as Home Depot did. Now the […]