09/29/2011, Japan seems to be getting everything first – they got the first handset to run Windows Phone 7.5 and now it looks like the could be getting the first handset that will be running on Google’s latest iteration of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0. While there could be other devices that make it out into the market first with ICS, the Sharp AQUOS 104SH is currently the first officially announced […]
09/27/2011, Sharp loves creating massive TVs, and the world’s first 85″ 8K4K TV it revealed previously is testament to that statement. While we’re still many years away from owning such a display (or any suitable content for a TV of that resolution for that matter), Sharp has decided to introduce a more consumer friendly (but still large) LED LCD TV. Today, the company unveiled the 80″ AQUOS LC-80LE632U.
09/15/2011, In the competitive and cutthroat world of tablets, while sounding cliche, only the strongest survive, and so far (regardless of platform), Apple’s iPad is the tablet to beat with many companies coming out with supposed “iPad killer” tablets. Now the bad news for those who were hoping to get their hands on the Sharp Galapagos series tablets, is that Sharp has apparently decided to drop the 5.5” and 10.8” model […]
09/09/2011, Heads up Japan, if 3D phones are your thing and the LG Optimus 3D and HTC EVO 3D just don’t cut it for you, it looks like another Sharp Aquos Android handset is headed your way, and this time it will be in the 3D variety with the Sharp Aquos SH8298U.
09/06/2011, So you are wearing this super smug smile on your face, knowing that you have just dropped a sizeable investment on this particular new HDTV in your living room, and have organized a party to invite the rest of your mates over to your place to enjoy your latest “toy” while they start breeding little green-eyed monsters deep within the innermost recesses of their souls. Sharp’s latest version of the […]
09/05/2011, LG, Philips and Sharp have come together to deliver what could possibly be a solution to the problem of having too many platforms – we’re talking about a multi-platform Smart TV app. All three companies (a collaboration of Asia and Europe) have decided to embark on a journey together in order to define common technical requirements for their Smart TVs, which incidentally are based upon open standards including HTML5, CE-HTML […]
09/02/2011, Over at the IFA 2011 in Berlin this week, Sharp demonstrated the TV of the future. Unnamed at the moment (well, it doesn’t need a name for you to remember it) – it is the world’s first 8K4K display. 85” in size, the display has a resolution of 7680 x 4320, which is 4 times more than what we get with our current HD standard – 1080p. Even our digital […]
09/01/2011, The whiteboard these days in corporate circles are not what it used to be – they have been enhanced with technology from all directions, making it far more potent whenever you make a presentation to your potential business prospects or to the board of directors. Sharp knows this, and their latest endeavor intends to make your next presentation all the more effortless by rolling out the PN-L702B model – strangely […]
08/25/2011, You know just how slim and thin TVs have become these days, and where they are far ahead of the first LCD or plasma TV that rolled out. Sharp intends to further extend progress in that department with the AQUOS F5 Series of LED TVs, boasting a completely redesigned architecture which will arrive in an extremely simple package that comprises of a mere 5 layers, TV bezel included. That ought […]
08/17/2011, It’s no secret that Apple and Samsung’s relationship has turned sour, which is more than likely due to the ongoing legal battles that both companies are embroiled in. Let’s not forget that Apple even managed to get an injunction against Samsung which temporarily halted the sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in both Australia and the EU (although the injunction has been lifted in the EU).
08/03/2011, The tablet market is getting more and more crowded, and for good reason, too – it does seem to be a profitable bit of business for whoever gets involved in it, and of all the names, even Sharp has jumped aboard. Their latest model would be the Galapagos A01SH, where it will be the third device in the Galapagos family. No, it will not hit the US just yet as […]
07/30/2011, Earlier this week we gave you the deails of a new Android phone from Sharp, the FX Plus, that’s headed towards AT&T. While details were minimal at best, it turns out that the folks over at Gadgetian have managed to get their hands on more information about the device. Despite the phone having a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, its lack of Gingerbread (come on, it’s already July 2011!) will probably turn […]
07/28/2011, If you are a subscriber over at AT&T and are looking into changing your phone because your two-year contract is nearly up, might you want to consider the upcoming Sharp FX Plus? Our friends over at Engadget have managed to catch a glimpse of the Sharp FX Plus, running on Android 2.2 Froyo. Why oh why? Can’t Sharp just make sure it has Android 2.3 Gingerbread right out of the […]
07/19/2011, When it comes to the LCD display market, Samsung and LG have been known as the “big 2”, while other manufacturers such as Sharp and Chimei Innolux have been left behind. For those unfamiliar with Chimei Innolux, they are a subsidiary of Hon Hai Precision Industries, or better known as Foxconn.