Almost exactly two years ago, Motorola’s Android-in-Webtop-OS solution was kicked off the stage by ASUS’ PadFone, the world’s first phone that could fully power a tablet module from its own OS. The original concept took a while to materialize , but since then the company has kept up with a surprisingly rapid product cycle. It was only five months from the first PadFone to the PadFone 2 ; and now seven months later, ASUS is offering the PadFone Infinity: a non-surprising full HD update for both the phone and the tablet module. . . . → Read More: ASUS PadFone Infinity review: the convertible phone goes full HD and beyond
By most accounts, the HTC One is the most compelling Android smartphone on the market today, but only three of the major US carriers are wise enough to sell it. Up until this point, we’ve put the AT&T and Sprint models through their paces, and now we have an opportunity to round out the trio with T-Mobile’s version. Given the carrier’s recent shift to an unsubsidized pricing model — which brings lower monthly fees in exchange for purchasing your phone outright — you may be in for some sticker shock with the HTC One, which runs $580, but you can also pay $100 down with installments of $20 per month over the course of two years. . . . → Read More: HTC One for T-Mobile: what’s different?
I’m sitting outside right now. I’m sitting in the sunshine on a beanbag. It’s not something I do very often but I think I’ll start to make a habit of it. . . . → Read More: Review – Sumo Omni
It’s been a little over a year since Google started teasing something it called “Project Glass.” The futuristic, wearable computer that would change the way that you interact with the world was nothing more than a series of rumors for months before it was “formally introduced” in April 2012 . Not known for hardware and not having a current bonafide physical device that was popular among consumers, many opined that this was Google’s way of begging for attention. . . . → Read More: Google Glass Year In Review
After a handful of dismal quarters during which Nokia lost billions, the vendor has recently shown signs of life. But not in the United States. Nokia’s first big attempt at a comeback in the U.S. was the Lumia 900 , and the company returned later in 2012 with the Lumia 920 . . . → Read More: Nokia Lumia 928 review: Third time’s the charm?
Sony’s Xperia Z took the company into the big leagues this year: the company finally has a handset that turns heads and can compete with the established Galaxy and One brands. The Z and its plainer ZL variant weren’t the only bullets in the Xperia revolver for 2013, though. . . . → Read More: Sony Xperia SP review: lights, camera, performance
The Cygnett SoundWave Bluetooth speaker is a compact mains or battery powered wireless sound system that comes with the added bonus of a phone stand. I’ve had one on test for a couple of weeks, so here’s how it stacks up. . . . → Read More: Cygnett SoundWave Bluetooth speaker with dock – Review
Nokia kindly arranged a Q&A session here at the event with the product manager of the new Lumia 925. We were able to get some more information on it and received a lot os answers to any questions you might have. Be sure to change to 720p to get the best video quality possible and hopefully you can hear the information given. . . . → Read More: Nokia Lumia 925 Q&A
So here in London, Nokia just announced the new Lumia 925 to the world and it is an absolute beauty with sleek aluminium unibody edge with gorilla glass 2 screen which is just stunning and a polycarbonate back. We are about to have a special Q&A session with some of the Nokia team including product manager so we will bring you this later on today . . . → Read More: Nokia Lumia 925 hands on
Today Nokia have announced the Lumia 925 and as is the norm on a new device day we get a LOT of emails from from retailers and networks about their deals and tariffs. This post will grow over the next few days as we get more and more info from the different networks. If your interested in where to pre-order then check back here as the days go by . . . → Read More: The Nokia Lumia 925 and where to get it