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Tweet The new iPad 4 comes just six months after the release of the third-gen iPad 3. But is it a modest update or a whole new machine? iPad 4 review Pros Faster processor Improved FaceTime camera UK-compatible 4G connectivity Cron Reduced battery life Not much change from iPad 3 Too soon Fist of [Continue]
Tweet Blackberry has not been doing so well as of late, and their stock price has taken a bit of a nose dive, but that doesn’t matter, they still produce a relevant product, and here is a review of Blackberry z10 vs. the iPhone 5. The release of new mobile devices everyday is proof of [Continue]
Tweet Silverlight, the cross-browser, cross-platform implementation of the .NET Framework for building media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web on desktop computers, is available for Nokia S60 5th Edition smartphones such as Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia N97 and Nokia N97 Mini. The release of Silverlight comes [Continue]
Tweet Nokia Astound Smartphone Mobile handset maker Nokia Corp. launched smartphone Nokia Astound, available exclusively from T-Mobile USA, the unit of Germany’s Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGY.PK: News ), since April 6. The Astound has a sleek stainless-steel design that features an 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and 720p HD video [Continue]
Tweet Nokia, the world’s largest phone maker by volume, unveiled on Tuesday two new smartphone models running on a new version of its Symbian software platform. The new models, the E6 and the X7, will go on sale for 340 euros ($491.6) and 380 euros respectively excluding subsidies and taxes, later this quarter. In February, [Continue]
Tweet Samsung HQ have now confirmed via Twitter, that their new Galaxy S II smartphone will now as planned be arriving in April, but didn’t provide a specific launch date. The good news is though that the Samsung Galaxy S II will be fitted with a speedier 1.2GHz Tegra 2 processor not the originally specified [Continue]
Tweet Samsung has announced its brand new mid-range Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 Android Powered Smartphone, just in time for official unveiling of the same at forthcoming Mobile World Congress 2011, that is powered by Qualcomm QCT MSM7227-1 Turbo 800 MHz processor and runs Android 2.2 Froyo. The Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 smartphone is Quad-band GSM: [Continue]
Tweet We’re just 48 hours away from getting our first look at the long-awaited, next-generation iPad—or that’s what we’re expecting, at least. Indeed, with all the leaks, rumors, and wild guesses we’ve been hearing in the past months about the next iPad, it’s easy to forget that Apple hasn’t even officially [Continue]
Tweet Recently, devices like LG’s Tegra 2-powered Optimus 2X have blurred the lines between smartphone and mini-computer but they’re still geared towards the former. The Magic W3′s primary function is as a handheld computer that also happens to have telephone functionality. What’s the difference? The Atom-powered W3 runs [Continue]
Tweet This article describes the process of downloading and installing the funambol.com SyncML plugin for the PocketPC. This will allow the synchronization of calendars, contacts, tasks and notes between a SmarterMail user account and the PocketPC. NOTE: SmarterMail does not support Corporate Calendar because it is a special app and does [Continue]
Tweet Interest levels in synchronize music collections have notched up a bit of late with the introduction of a plethora of new Android-based super phones. That is, unless you happen to be one of those owners with a large quantity of digital music encumbered by digital rights management (DRM) also known as copy protection. For [Continue]
HP will introduce smartphones in early 2011 using the WebOS software it acquired through its $1.2 billion Palm buy earlier this year.
HP-Palm WebOS releasing Early 2010.
"You will see us coming early next year with new phones," Senior Vice President Eric Cador told an industry conference. HP bought Palm, an early pioneer in handheld devices, to [Continue]