Today Yahoo has announced a fresh new look, that Yahoo’s CEO Marrisa Mayer says is more “intuitive and personal”.
Previously known by its codename, the HTC M7, the HTC One is now official, as revealed at today’s dual launch event in New York and London.
We are starting to learn more and more about the upcoming LG Optimus G Pro 5.5-inch smartphone, including the fact it will be one of the first Snapdragon 600-based devices. We also now know that it is in fact coming to North America.
If rumors are to be believed, it looks are gearing up to do another low-cost 7-incher, this time running on an Intel processor.
The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad was introduced last summer for £89.99. Now, Logitech has announced the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for the iPad Mini.
Amazon is making your Valentine’s Day shopping that much easier by slashing prices on its Kindle Fire HDs, offering as much $50 off on the 8.9-inch model.
Adding to the growing list of what is possible with an Android device, WINE could soon be making its way over to Google’s mobile OS.
DigiTimes is reporting that Toshiba plans to be among the first (if not the first) to release an actual product running the new Nvidia Tegra 4 processor.
Could a new Nexus 7 successor be on its way? A new rumor claims Asus and Google are preparing to unveil such a device at Google I/O on May 15th.
Earlier today, Twitter introduced a new video sharing service called Vine. The main goal of the service is to have social networking users share videos instantly on Twitter and Facebook. The main drawback? Well, there’s a few.
With Nokia Lumia sales reaching 4.4 million in Q4, Nokia is looking to continue growing the Lumia line in 2013. For starters, we told you this morning that Nokia is rumored to be preparing up to 6 new devices for the first half of 2013. Soon after that post, even more rumors flooded the web about Nokia’s next offerings.
Today SIRI is known as one of the most impressive features found on Apple hardware, yet did you know that before Apple bought the technology, SIRI was preparing for a very different path: a home on Verizon’s Droid range.
With Ubuntu, Blackberry, Android, Windows Phone and iOS in 2013, we’re already pretty spoiled for choice this year, but that’s not stopping Mozilla from stepping into the smartphone arena and showing the masses what they’re capable of.
Recently Samsung has been gearing up to move into the business world in a big way. The company has mentioned in the past that it sees strong potential in the BYOD model, and believes that its products could be perfect in these situations.
It has been about seven months now since the release of the Samsung Galaxy S3. We continue to hear that the phone is doing quite well, but how well exactly?
Samsung refuses to let the Samsung Galaxy S2 die, it seems. They have now officially announced a newer, improved version of the aging handset under the name Galaxy S2 PLUS. While it doesn’t have many external changes and looks nearly identical to the S2, it did get some notable upgrades under the hood.
The new “Titanium” line is made up of four devices that all have IPS capacitive multi-touch displays with dual-core 1.6GHz CPUs and quad-core GPUs running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Samsung and HTC’s Sprint handsets will either be refreshes of existing hardware, or they will be brand new hardware and maybe even Sprint exclusives.
While Blackberry’s B10 event isn’t until later this month, but that doesn’t stop RIM from talking about the future of Blackberry 10 at CES this week. Specifically, the conversation turned to hardware in a recent interview conducted by Fierce Wireless. Yah, we know: there’s the BlackBerry Z10 and the Blackberry X10.
Hisense has unveiled a new Google TV this year at CES, the XT780. While Hisense may not be a make you are familiar with, they are quickly trying to change that. Hisense first got into the Google TV market back in 2012 at IFA in Berlin. They unveiled the Pulse set top box, add-on hardware similar to the Roku series.
Remember the Diamond Multimedia AMP1000 Android media player? Well Diamond is back at CES with a sequel, the AMP 2000.
Panasonic is pulling out all the stops to show off something truly stunning, a 20-inch Windows 8 tablet with an impressive 4K display
We’ve seen an increase in tablets aimed at younger audiences recently, and Ematic are currently showcasing four more Android pads to add to this range.
As represented in the image above, Corning had something new and tough up their sleeve for this year’s CES. More specifically, Corning Incorporated is an American based company that works primarily on glass ceramics. Most popularly, the company has become known for their production of Gorilla Glass.
The fairly unheard of Velocity will be shipping out two new tablets this year to the US market, both of which are affordable pieces of equipment running Android 4.1 Jellybean. Both devices have a 10.1 inch display with a resolution of 1,024×728.
Move over Snapdragon S4 Pro, you are yesterday’s news. Qualcomm has now confirmed two new chips, the Snapdragon 800 and 600, which the company says offers 75 and 40 percent better performance when compared to the S4 Pro.
Modular computing is here folks, and Xi3 is showing it off at CES with the introduction of their 7 Series modular computers.
Vizio sure isn’t holding back at CES this year. We’ve heard about their first Windows 8 tablet, their 7-inch Tegra 3 tablet and now a 10-incher that runs on a Tegra 4 processor with Android 4.2 at launch.
NVIDIA has just shared the first details of their new Project Shield, a portable Android gaming system that comes with a built-in controller and the full Android experience straight from the box.
Acer has now announced the Iconia B1-A71, featuring a 1.2GHz MediaTek dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM and a 7-inch display.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place next week in Las Vegas and it looks like we’re getting a sneak peek at one of the Android tablets Asus will be unveiling at the show. This appears to be Asus ME301T MemoPad 10 and it will reportedly ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Accessory maker, MadCatz, is hinting about what it has in store for us when it comes to CES 2013 next week.
Up until now, there were a few ways to get Sprint service. You could go with a contract, or you could use one of Sprint’s prepaid carriers (Boost or Virgin Mobile).
Live in the US and wish you could get a hold of the HTC Droid DNA without having to sign up with Verizon? Your wish might soon be coming true. It seems that the HTC M7 is heading to CES, or so rumors say.
We’ve all heard about Ouya, the open-source low-cost Android console that raised a ton via Kickstarter. While this is the best known Android console project, it’s not the only one. Now it seems that PlayJam is going beyond the smart TV with its own “GameStick” gaming system.
Yesterday we reported that Canonical had a count-down to a new version/feature for Ubuntu. The banner hinted that the news had something to do with touch. Now we have official word, the news is that they will be showing off their Ubuntu phone OS at CES 2013.
Recently, there have been many factors pointing to the idea that Sony is planning to officially reveal a pair of brand new 1080p 5 inch smartphones at CES 2013 next week. Now it seems that some official press releases of the Xperia ZL and Xperia Z have hit the net, found directly on Sony’s website.
Thanks to some “leaked” photos on Flickr, it is known that Samsung is going to release a new model to its robotic vacuum line. This tease, leaked or released, by Samsung shows The Smart Tango Corner Clean robot that has the standard circular design, but also has one other little feature.
Samsung is apparently planning on revealing a television at CES 2013 that will take TVs to the next level: see through.
New Years Eve, a time for change, even revolution. From the looks of it, 2013 promises major change towards something that is important to almost all of us: our multimedia experience in the living room.
Have you ever wanted to go from Beijing to Guangzhou in 8 hours? If so, your dreams just came true.