Archives For February 2012
A Sony executive says that the company likely won't release a quad-core smartphone until 2013.
An in-depth look at the Symbian-powered Nokia 808 PureView, the smartphone that has a 41 megapixel camera.
Skype for Windows Phones has a few strange limitations, but they're mostly the fault of the platform, not the app.
Here are the most exciting smartphones, tablets and tech from Mobile World Congress 2012. Here's the gear you'll want to buy.
A in-depth look at the HTC One V which will be arriving on a multitude of carriers in the U.S.
Apple is worth more than $500 billion, which makes it hard to imagine just how big Apple is. Here are a few things Apple is worth more than.
The Nokia Lumia 900 has gotten a little closer to launching on AT&T's 4G LTE network.
With the iPad 3 launch coming up more and more iPad owners are selling their old iPads.
Microsoft is said to testing a dual-core Windows Phone 8 smartphone on Sprint's network in preparation for launch later this year.
The Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile has exceeded expectations, says Nokia.
The iPad 3 has the opportunity and the power to kill tablet contracts, making Android tablets more affordable and attractive.
The GSMA, the company that produces the Mobile World Congress, has awarded the Galaxy S II with Smartphone of the Year over the iPhone 4S.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has launched on U.S. Cellular.
THe latest version of Dolphin Browser includes Dolphin Sonar, which lets you search and control your browser with simple spoken commands.
The Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now available to download and install an your Windows or Mac notebooks, tablets and desktops.
At Mobile World Congress, Canonical is giving attendees a chance to check out how well Ubuntu for Android works in person. Ironically, they're demoing the operating system on the Motorola Atrix 2, which has existing desktop-esque functionality.
iPad 3 rumors get laid to rest with this collection of iPad 3 facts which highlight iPad 3 features you never even imagined.
Samsung will push a firmware update to the Samsung Galaxy Note that makes HD content available through the company's Media Hub.
Developers can create apps that record penstrokes from the Galaxy Note's S Pen and sync them with audio. Dare we hope for a Livescribe app?
T-Mobile USA Rumored to Offer HTC One X as G4X with Stock Android
Best Buy's new return policy will soon allow any item, including the iPad, to be returned within 30 days, doubling the current time.
Hardware enthusiasts and fans of the credit card-sized computer rushed online to buy it early this morning, scooping up the initial run.
Samsung the Latest Manufacturer to Confirm Windows Phone 8
Fujitsu's Quad-Core Android Phone Offers Powerful Specs
If you're still using the Nexus One and want an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich, you need to buy a new phone or get a custom ROM.
Despite Moving Mobile Division In-House, Sony Mobile Still Isolated From Sony
The official Twitter clients are starting to show ads with your Tweets, but you can skip them with a third party twitter app.
The Toshiba Excite X10, now 10 LE, debuted at CES this year and impressed us not only with its slim form factor but also the overall design.
Intel Quotes Powerful Battery Life for Medfield-Powered Orange Santa Clara Smartphone
Google Music is offering 29 Albums up for $2.99 each. These aren't the bargain bin albums either, many are recent albums from great artists. Drake, LMFAO, The Band Perry, Van Halen, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Eminem, Dr.
The iPad 3 faces stiff competition when it's announced next week at Apple's media event in San Francisco. Apple shouldn't worry about losing iPad users to competitors.
Check out this iPad 3 concept video that imagines what the iPad 3 could be if Apple included an edge-to-edge holographic Retina Display.
Apple's market capitalization pushed past the $500 Billion mark for the first time in after-hours trading this afternoon on the heels of the company announcing a media event where it will likely introduce the iPad 3.