08/23/2011, This practical HTC Wildfire S review goes over the strengths and weaknesses of this very cute phone from HTC.
08/22/2011, Today, Microsoft and Motorola Mobility are in courts as Microsoft accuses Motorola of illegally using seven of its patents. The software giant is asking the international trade commission (ITC) to stop the importation of select Motorola phones. This case is very important, since it follows the acquisition of Motorola Mobility by Google, a move that was specifically thought to protect Android from such patent litigations that Google had complained about […]
08/18/2011, Blackberry Bold 9900 Review: does the Blackberry Bold 9900 Series live up to the marketing pitch? Let’s take a look.
08/17/2011, Looking forward to the 6-8 new HTC devices that HTC has said they will be launching by the end of the year? Well it appears that HTC has trademarked two new names that we have not heard before, the Enamor and Rhyme.
08/16/2011, Do you happen to play golf a lot? If you do, you probably use the golf cart quite a bit to travel from hole to hole, and if you needed to mount your smartphone on your golf cart for GPS or entertainment purposes, perhaps Bracketron has something for you that might be able to serve those purposes.
08/10/2011, We have known for some time that the Samsung Galaxy R would be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip, as it has already been demonstrated in video and widely leaked on the web. Today, it is officially announced to the U.S market, even if the fine details are still a bit scarce: because it runs with Tegra 2, we pretty much know its capabilities, which should be similar to […]
08/09/2011, Facebook Messenger: Facebook has just (paper) launched its Facebook Messenger App, which effectively focuses on the text communication aspect of Facebook
08/04/2011, Remember when we mentioned that HTC would be unlocking the bootloaders of several handsets this August? It was pretty great of HTC to listen to their customers and give them what they want, although for those living in the US and who get their updates through their carriers, an unlocked bootloader update may be quite tricky to get approved.
08/03/2011, Those who have an interest for the systems on a chip (or SoCs) that power smartphones and tablets know what Qualcomm’s SnapDragon is. However, keeping track of the differences between the SnapDragon MSM8655T and MSM8560 may require a bit more memory, or research. Actually, even people working at Qualcomm have to pause for a couple of seconds to get things straight in their mind sometime. Qualcomm intends to change this […]
08/02/2011, Lookout, a mobile security company, has issued a report that illustrates the rise of applications infected by malware (programs built with a malicious intent) on mobile platforms. I was particularly interested by how “pirates” can sneak malicious code in apps that were originally legitimate. The graph above shows that a malicious that instead of creating a bogus application from scratch, pirates have adapted to using popular and legitimate applications has […]
08/01/2011, This complete Motorola Photon 4G review goes over its capabilities, strengths and weaknesses to give you an idea of how it feels to use it in the real world.
08/01/2011, Our smartphones these days can do just about everything including HD movie playback, but wouldn’t it be awesome if we could share those HD movies with friends and family members without everyone crowding around you trying to catch a glimpse on your tiny 4.3″ display? Well it seems that Alps Electric is trying to come up with a solution that could potentially allow you to project movies and photos directly […]
07/28/2011, With many considering Alibaba to be the Google of China and even launching their own mobile payment services, AliPay, we have to admit that seeing them launch their very own mobile operating system really did not come as big a shock as we would have imagined. Dubbed Aliyun OS, it will be launched on China’s K-Touch Cloud-Smart Phone W700 by the end of this month although no specifics were given […]
07/26/2011, We already knew that KKDI was going to get a “Mango” device, but it seems that the IS12T will be the first Windows Phone 7.5 (aka Mango) device to ship to consumers. “Hip” Japanese carrier KDDI, which is well known for its eccentric phone designs, will commercialize a series of colorful handsets from Fujitsu. This was just announced (officially) in Japan. The IS12T (what an awful name) is not only smart, but […]