Tablets are once again making headlines at CES with Panasonic being the latest to show off new offerings.
The company unveiled the Windows 8 Pro-running Toughpad FZ-G1 with the Android 4.0 ICS JT-B1. Both are extra durable and coming later this year. Read more »
Polaroid, better known for its photography and eyewear products, wants to play a part in the tablet game as well.
The company unveiled two tablets over at the CES 2013 floor – the 10″ M10 and 7″ M7, both running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and featuring expandable storage and below-$250 price tags. Read more »
Sony has dubbed its new Xperia ZL handset the precision Full HD smartphone and made a video bragging about its build quality and attention to detail.
From the compact design of the 5″ freshly-announced device to the tempered protective glass the Xperia ZL is a looker. Read more »
At the press day before CES 2013 officially kicks off Intel unveiled its fourth-generation Intel Core processor, which will reportedly be able to extend the battery life of latest mobile PCs to 9 hours.
Formerly known as Haswell the new chipset is made with ultrabooks-slash-tablets in mind and could reach 13 hours of battery when docked to a keyboard. Read more »
Kingston is readying a 1 TB USB flash drive that’s no bigger than your thumb.
The DataTraveler HyperX Predator uses USB 3.0 tech and will do 240 MB/s read and 160 MB/s write speeds when it goes on sale later this quarter. Read more »
“Stay tuned for LG’s moment to shine” is what LG has to say about its soon to come appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas in a week.
LG released a short trailer, hinting at what’s to come without saying (or showing) much of it. LG’s conference at CES tips off January 7. Read more »
Samsung is seeding the 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update to its digital camera slash Android smartphone starting with the United Kingdom.
The firmware can be installed through Samsung KIES and over the air directly on the device. Read more »
Another year has gone and as we start the new one we thought it might be worth stopping for a second and checking out what were the most popular articles in our Blog in 2012.
The top 10 articles of the past year alone amount to more than 1.5 million views, which makes us really proud. We also take notice of the tendencies to what you, the readers, like to look at so that we can focus on covering it even better. Read more »
You’ve heard (or seen) Korean singer-slash-internet-phenomenon PSY and its Gangnam Style hit record.
Today it became the first video in YouTube’s history to surpass 1 billion views, breaking all sorts of other records in the process. Read more »
Dropbox has released a new beta version (or Experimental Forum Build as it calls it) of its app for Android, version 22.214.171.124.
The app brings the ability to share multiple photos or add them to albums (which in turn can also be shared), UI improvements and the usual array of bug fixes. Read more »
Flipboard has been available on both Android smartphones and iOS devices but it’s just now that it comes to Android tablets.
The app has been tailored specifically for the various Android screen sizes and display resolutions. Read more »
Google is airing a cool new Christmas-themed ad promoting the new Photo Sphere feature of Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
The ad shows тхе LG-made Google Nexus 4 taking a Photo Sphere of the entire family, gathered around a Christmas tree. Read more »
According to DigiTime’s often reliable undisclosed Taiwan supply chain sources Nokia could be close to release a 10″ slate running on Qualcomm hardware and Windows RT software.
Nokia allegedly has had talks with chip-maker Qualcomm and manufacturer Compal Electronics to start production of the said tablet and could announce it in late February at the Mobile World Congress. Read more »
The latest Dropbox update for iOS devices brings along a simpler new design and an updated Photos tab with a Timeline view.
The app seems to work smoother now and looks less cluttered with the new, clean UI refresh. Read more »
Google has changed the way app ads work on your smartphone.
In an attempt to address accidental clicks the search giant has altered its implementation of mobile ads. Read more »