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LG Revolution with VMware Horizon Mobile

11/08/2011, The LG Revolution smartphone featuring VMware Horizon Mobile has been named as an International 2012 CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree. VMware Horizon Mobile enables what LG calls “dual personas” on a single mobile device....

HTC Rezound Preview

11/03/2011, “Best in sight and sound” is how HTC is marketing the Rezound. With a beautiful HD screen, Beats audio and a hefty 8-megapixel camera, HTC’s going where no other smartphone has gone before – up and beyond what consumers expect. We...

Android top smartphone purchases in Asia

10/21/2011, The Apple iPhone 4S might be doing gangbusters in terms of sales, but that does not mean North America is the center of the universe. There is this thing known as the rest of the world, and in Asia, Android-powered handsets top the smartphone purchase...

NetSecure Payments Kudos lets everyone have a credit card machine

10/20/2011, While it’s not exactly in everybody’s best interests to have a portable credit card machine that can be brought wherever they go, the technology is available for such purposes. The folks over at NetSecure Payments have recently introduced its...

Motorola Droid RAZR Preview

10/18/2011, The Motorola RAZR is back – revived as an Android-powered smartphone that’s thin, powerful, fast and ready to kick the competition around. Simply put, the Droid RAZR has something for everyone. It’s powerful with a 1.2GHz dual-core...

PocketTouch lets users control their phones through fabric

10/17/2011, Don’t you just hate it when you’re in the middle of something important and your phone rings – especially when you forget to put it on silent? Taking the phone out of your pocket just makes everybody stare at you as you fumble to silence the...

Motorola Lapdock 100 – one laptop dock to rule them all

10/11/2011, Motorola has just launched the Motorola Lapdock 100, a laptop dock that will work with every current -and future- Webtop-enabled smartphones. If you haven’t heard of Webtop before, it’s a proprietary Motorola “computer mode” that...

Most secure Android phone in the world

10/11/2011, The Germans are an efficient lot, and when it comes the quality of their automobiles, well Mercedes Benz, BMW and Audi says it all, don’t they? The Swedish are also in with a shout for the safest car in the market, but when it comes to having the...

TAXAN MeoTune turns your smartphone into a portable TV

10/03/2011, [CEATEC 2011] People in Japan love watching TV; in fact most of the phones made for the Japanese market seem to incorporate 1-Seg tuners so that they can enjoy TV while on the go. However, not all phones were built equally, and in the past, folks who...

Sony XPeria Ray Unlocked for $425

09/30/2011, The Sony Ericsson Xperia ray has been announced back in June at the CommunicAsia 2011 event in Singapore and the unit was shipping in some countries this summer. Today, Sony Ericsson announced that the XPeria ray is now available unlocked in the U.S. for...

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...