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Disney to release smartphones

01/17/2011, When they said every Tom, Dick and Harry would have a smartphone in the future, they weren’t kidding. Disney Mobile has just announced that they will be unveiling a new range of Disney smartphones that will definitely be a hid with the kids and to...

NTT announces DoCoMo SH07C Galapagos tablet

01/11/2011, This is Japan-only news – NTT DoCoMo has just announced their DoCoMo SH07C, a Sharp Galapagos based e-book reader which was introduced to the world for the first time back in November last year. This device will hit the Japanese market in 10...

Sharp LED controller takes charge of brightness levels

12/22/2010, Sharp has a spanking new LR56001 LED controller that can be implemented in your LED ceiling lighting system, where doing so will provide you with the ability to control the brightness level of your LED lights, apart from changing its colors from cool...

Google TV Hardware Delayed Due To Software Upgrades

12/20/2010, While it’s great news that CES is just around the corner, the bad news is that if you were looking forward to seeing many Google TV hardware devices there, you might be in for a bit of disappointment. Word is going around that Google made a last...

Sharp Glasses-Free Android Smartphone to Come to U.S. in 2011

11/17/2010, After having released a few models of its glases-free 3D Android smartphones through carriers for the Japanese market, Sharp will be bringing at least one of those models to the U.S. market. The device, which will utilize the Android operating system,...

Sharp announces super slim BD-HP90 3D Blu-ray player

11/05/2010, Sharp intends to make a splash with their latest 3D Blu-ray player – the BD-HP90, which is touted to be the slimmest of its kind in the world. Measuring all of just 35mm thin, you can opt to use it vertically or horizontally – brings back...

Sharp Galapagos 003SH And 005SH Glasses-free 3D Phones For Japan

11/04/2010, We already know that Sharp is capable of churning out 3D displays and now the company has introduced a pair of glasses-free 3D Android-powered phones over in Japan. The two phones are the Galapagos 003SH and 005SH for Japan’s Softbank network. Both...

Elpida, Sharp And Co. Team Up Up For ReRAM

10/14/2010, A joint development project on a next-generation memory chip has been launched in Japan by Elpida Memory Inc, Sharp Corp, the University of Tokyo and Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) as they plan to...

Apple’s New iPhone 4 Ad Highlights The Retina Display

10/05/2010, While Sharp might have a display to match Apple’s Retina Display on its IS03 phone, Apple is still keen to remind consumers how good its Retina Display is, by coming up with a new television commercial for the iPhone 4, highlighting that the display...

Android Sharp IS03 with Retina Display, hands-on

10/04/2010, [CEATEC 2010] Sharp was exposing its IS03 Android phone that has the particularity of using an IPS 960×640 display, also known as “Retina Display” on the iPhone 4. The telephone itself looks like an iPhone 3GS, except that it seems to...

Sharp to demonstrate 64-inch prototype LCD display at CEATEC

10/04/2010, Sharp is going to take full advantage of CEATEC that is now happening in Japan by unveiling a new high definition LCD display that measures 64-inches across diagonally, where this prototype will boast a resolution of 4096 by 2160 pixels – that is...

Sharp 5.5- And 10.8-inch Galapagos Tablets Announced

09/27/2010, Sharp looks like it wants to dip its feet into the tablet and eBook reader market with the introduction of its Galapagos in Tokyo today. The name is used for the company’s cloud-based eBook service and two new Android devices that support said...

Sharp XV-Z17000 3D-ready DLP projector

09/22/2010, Sharp has a spanking new XV-Z17000 3D-ready DLP projector that is being prepared to hit the mass market, relying on a solitary chip DLP design that delivers contrast ratios of up to 30,000:1 alongside a brightness level of up to 1,600 ANSI lumens. Good...