Placed comfortably as the company’s top mid-range model, the LG Optimus L9 is a droid that should be on your check list when shopping for a stylish smartphone offering great bang for your buck. It’s now time to check how it does in our traditional battery test and how it stacks up against its direct rivals.
Naturally we put the LG Optimus L9′s battery through its paces in our traditional battery test to see how far it can take you in everyday situations. Read more »
Skype has launched a modest update for its Windows Phone 8 app bringing its version number to 220.127.116.11.
The update is more about improving stability and bringing the performance up a notch, than adding new features, but there’s still a lot to cheer about. Read more »
With iPhone 5′s aluminum body and redesigned antenna layout, Apple didn’t see the need to make a new bumper for its latest flagship smartphone. However, a small company called Designed by m took it upon itself to fill the void and created the AL13.
The bumper is made of ultra-thin aerospace aluminum and manufactured with chamfered edges; the same sort that the iPhone 5 boasts. It weighs just 16 grams, so it won’t be turning your slim and light iPhone into something hard to carry around. Read more »
Despite Samsung’s pre-CES teaser of the refreshed Series 7 Chronos notebook, we didn’t have to wait all that long to see the company officially announce it.
Samsung has unveiled the notebook alongside the enhanced Series 7 Ultra ultrabook, which is a direct competitor to the likes of the 13-inch MacBook Pro. Read more »
Nova Launcher has been updated to version 2.0 for both the free and paid version of the popular homescreen replacement app.
The list of changes isn’t a short one, staying true to the major version bump. Read more »
Samsung has launched a video to tease the upcoming launch of a refreshed Series 7 Chronos notebook.
Likely to debut at CES 2013 starting on January 8, the new Series 7 Chronos notebook is going to bring major improvements in the screen and graphics departments. Read more »
The Christmas cheer is in full swing at the Android HQ in Mountain View, California. So much so, that the Android team has released a series of Android-themed Christmas cards and even a video to celebrate.
Shared through the Nexus Google+ page, the ‘Happy Holiday Cards’, as they are called, are showing a happy Droid with some of its arctic friends. Read more »
A couple of months back at the Build conference, Microsoft told its employees that each and every one of them would receive a free Lumia 920 smartphone, a Surface tablet and a Windows 8 PC. According to a spicy rumor, however, the Lumia 920 part of the giveaway might not happen just yet, as Nokia is struggling to keep up with the consumer demand for the device.
As a result, Microsoft Germany has halted the employee-intended Lumia 920s and returned them back to Nokia to help fulfill customers’ orders. Read more »
Nokia’s cinemagraph camera feature in its Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 smartphones has been updated with new sharing options.
The new release of the Cinemagraph app is version 18.104.22.168 and includes a new Share menu option, which offers sharing via Facebook and Twitter, email or messaging. Read more »
LG has been taking a leaf of the Samsung’s marketing team book and has published an ad for its latest Optimus G, which is clearly taking a jab at Apple.
The ad, which you can see above, shows an LG Optimus G flying through a bitten apple (wink, wink) splitting it in half. Read more »
Back in the summer, a leaked slide hinted when we should expect the arrival of the upcoming Tegra 4 chip from NVIDIA, and today more information regarding the SoC itself surfaced.
According to it, the Tegra 4 Wayne chipset is going to boast a mighty GPU with 72 cores. You read that right, 72. Read more »
Isn’t that a peculiar deja vu? The Nexus 4 went back on sale in the UK and Germany, only for its stock to be depleted in a blink of an eye. As a result of the unprecedented Nexus 4 availability shortages and the general user frustration it caused, Google’s UK & Ireland Managing Director Dan Cobley has issued an apology.
Apparently, Cobley became aware of the Nexus 4′s case after a lot of customers complained on his Google+ page. Read more »
Touchscreen keyboards have come a long way, but RIM are working hard to make the keyboard on BlackBerry 10 stand out from the pack. To showcase just how much thought and effort went into the process, the company’s Vivek Bhardwaj gives us a short walkthrough of the new BB10 keyboard.
He shares some of the new features the keyboard sports, one of the most prominent being the automatic addition of spaces between words. Read more »
Google has updated the Google+ application for both iOS and Android, giving the latter slightly more features.
Now, Android users can take advantage of the full-size photo upload option in the Google+ app, allowing them to share images of up to 5GB. Read more »
In a rather unexpected move, Dell announced it is quitting the smartphone market altogether as of next year.
The news was delivered by Jeff Clarke, Dell’s head of consumer business at the Dell World Conference. The reason behind the decision is that “It needs a lot of investments to really be successful”. Read more »