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All your touchscreens are belong to us

09/20/2011, Visual Planet from Cambridge think that the future lies in touchscreen display – on just about anywhere and every where, as the company is currently developing a project that is said to turn virtually any surface into a touchscreen. This will be...

EEG powered by smartphones

09/19/2011, Folks over at the Technical University of Denmark managed to cobble together a portable EEG system that comprises of a low-cost scalp monitor and a smartphone application. This is not exactly rocket science, but the positive implications of such a...

Motorola Droid RAZR: Could it be real?

09/15/2011, The Motorola RAZR when it was first launched was a wildly popular device. Everything about the device just oozed elegance and style, and given how smartphones weren’t as readily available back then, despite the fact that we now refer to it as a feature...

Dell to create Baidu Yi smartphones

09/06/2011, After showing off its upcoming mobile operating system last week, Baidu has now got an OEM on board to help produce devices that run on the OS. The manufacturer in question? Dell. While it hasn’t been having a stellar track performance in the mobile...

Fuel efficiency increased with smartphone

08/25/2011, Who would have thought that a smartphone could help save the world especially where increasing the level of fuel efficiency in vehicles? Well, that seems to be the case as the Association for Computing Machinery’s MobiSys conference that happened in...

Acer Iconia Smart coming this September?

08/18/2011, Word on the street has it that Acer will have yet another smartphone coming your way this September, where it will come with a rather large 4.8″ display at 1,024 x 480 resolution, known as the Iconia Smart. While it has been launched officially,...

Google Acquires Motorola Mobility

08/15/2011, This morning, Google has announced that it will acquire Motorola Mobility for $12B, which is a huge premium (60%+). This move is somewhat unexpected as it drastically changes Google’s position relative to other handset manufacturers who use...

Leaked Samsung roadmap fake?

08/12/2011, Yesterday, a Lithuanian site was believed to have discovered Samsung’s roadmap for 2011 which pointed out a number of exciting devices that will be arriving later this year, including some new Bada 2.0 phones, and a new high-end Samsung device that...

Are Android phones really that hard to use?

08/10/2011, Some results of the latest research from ClickFox, an analytics company, show that most Americans find Android and BlackBerry phones difficult to operate. ClickFox recently did some research on smartphone service costs and transfer rates, and it turns out...

Grace Digital Eco Pod keeps your phone or MP3 player safe from harm

08/04/2011, If you saw the LifeCase and wished that there was a something like that for devices other than the iPhone, you’re in luck. Grace Digital Audio, a company known for creating internet radios, wireless speakers, and outdoor audio solutions has launched...

Intel comes up with a car security concept

08/01/2011, When you’ve gotten your car loan approved and you’ve started making your payments over a 10 year period, the last thing you want is to have your car stolen, and it never hurts to have as much security as possible, right? While car alarms are great, it...

Concept phone designed for texting in mind

07/22/2011, When it comes to texting on our mobile devices, some prefer a phone with a physical keyboard, such as Blackberry devices, or phones with slideout keyboards like the upcoming HTC myTouch 4G Slide. Others prefer their devices to be thinner, so they might...

Multiple APK support arrives on the Android Market

07/22/2011, While it’s great that consumers get to choose from so many different manufacturers and phone models when it comes to selecting an Android phone, this huge variation in phones means that developers have trouble making sure that their apps work on all...

Pantech announces the new MIRACH IS11PT smartphone

07/21/2011, Usually when it comes to handsets that have been created specifically to withstand varying levels of abuse, they generally do not look very pleasing to the eye. Then again we’re guessing users who buy them for its protective features probably don’t...