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Google provides Android app design guidelines

01/12/2012, If there’s one thing that iOS and Windows Phone stands head above Android in, it would be the design of the apps. While apps on the former platforms have a uniform look, on Android it’s a completely different story. Every app has its own look...

Intel Medfield hands-on benchmarks: looking good!

01/12/2012, I was curious about the Intel smartphones and tablets performance, so I ran a couple of benchmarks, including Antutu (system benchmark) and SunSpider (Javascript execution). In both instances, the Intel Medfield chip performed very well: in the Javascript...

Bing: official search engine of Sundance

01/12/2012, Anybody attending the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah next week? If you are, be sure to pick up the official Sundance Film Festival app for your smartphone – it’s going to be a lot of help. Bing is back as the official Sundance search...

webOS receives OTA update

01/12/2012, It is still hard to believe that just a couple of years ago, Palm was still there at CES, with their very own presentation room (that served great canapes, sushi and tapas), while we journalists could slowly go through the different aspects of webOS...

Lenovo K800 hands-on

01/12/2012, [CES 2012] Contrary to popular belief, it seems that someone over at Intel’s booth got a whiff of the Lenovo K800 smartphone which runs on Google’s Android operating system, that it had the language option set to Chinese – and to cater...

Apple’s Siri swears at 12-year old boy

01/12/2012, Who would have thought that Apple’s voice assistant app known as Siri would actually launch a verbal tirade against the user – a 12-year old boy in this case, with obscenities that would turn even the white iPhone 4S red with shame after its...

Lenovo K800 phone is first with Intel Medfield mobile processor

01/12/2012, [CES 2012] Lenovo is set to deliver something interesting this year if you were to look beyond their Ultrabooks and computers – the Lenovo K800 smartphone which will be powered by Intel’s brand new Medfield mobile processor. Powered by the Google...

Sony Xperia arco HD and Xperia NX announced for Japan

01/12/2012, In addition to the new phones announced at CES 2012 this week, Sony has announced two new devices for the Japanese market as well. Called the Xperia arco HD, it will be the follow up to the original Xperia arco (Xperia arc with additional features for...

GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus gets Android 4.0.2 update

01/12/2012, Good news for folks who own a GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus – if you keep an eye on your phone’s notification bar, you’ll be receiving an update the a newer version of Android – version 4.0.2. According to reports online the update only weighs...

ZTE overtakes Apple globally

01/11/2012, China is now the world’s second largest economy while holding the record of being the most populous country as well, and it does seem as though this economy of scale is going to help its companies slowly but surely gain a foothold as well in...

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G headed for T-Mobile

01/11/2012, How many variants of the Samsung Galaxy S do we really need on the market? Well, according to T-Mobile’s recently issued press release – we need one more. The carrier announced yesterday that it will be releasing a new Galaxy S phone called the...

Sony Xperia S demo

01/10/2012, [CES 2012] Sony introduced the Xperia S Android smartphone at CES yesterday, which was easily one of Sony’s best looking devices. Other than its sleek design, the phone packs top-notch specs like a 720p HD display, and a 12-megapixel camera with the...

EyeJot video business cards

01/10/2012, I can imagine the many thousands of business cards that has changed hands at CES even in the first day itself. If you want to truly stand out from the rest of the crowd, why not look towards the future? EyeJot might be on to something here with the idea...

Sphero might end up as a game controller

01/10/2012, [CES 2012] The Sphero which debuted a couple of years ago as a smartphone-controlled ball might soon turn the tables – where this robotic ball ordained from Orbotix that receives commands from an iPhone, iPad or Android device sans wires could...