I bet a lot of you are like me and get a kick out of seeing the mashups geeks can whip up with a couple gadgets and some spare time. Thomas Sohmers has what might be one of the coolest combos I’ve seen in a long time.
Recently, HTC admitted that they have way too many models, something anyone could have told them, and that their models are too thick compared to what’s available on the market. The new flagship phone, the HTC One X, aims to correct at least one of these problems.
As one might expect from its more open and much geekier ecosystem, there are already several voice recognition apps for Android devices. But a new app promises to trump them all and even Apple’s own Siri program.
While it’s never been recommended to chuck around your precious smartphone, it looks like the new TheO Foam ball will allow you to do so, at least in a reasonable manner. While you probably won’t want to play dodgeball with your iPhone inside of it, there are specially-designed games that you can play with it.
Have you ever wanted a phone that would allow you to easily access your files stored at home directly on your smartphone, without too much of a hassle? The new Acer Cloudmobile might be the phone that you’re looking for, since it will be able to do so.
With all of the wooden backpanels for iPhones, I guess it was only a matter of time before we saw an entire wooden-hulled smartphone. This one, the ADzero, was designed by Kieron-Scott Woodhouse and it’s kind of cool.
If you find yourself at the Takashimaya department store in Shinjuku, Tokyo, you will have a special treat this Valentines Day. There, you will find the Geminoid-F android just chilling out in the store window, seemingly waiting for a friend.
Fans of the Google Android platform have a new way to celebrate their love for Android’s familiar green mascot. By putting it on their wrists. Sadly, these watches don’t interact with your Android smartphone, they just feature Google’s Android mascot on the watch face.
This cell phone designed by Red Dot Design Prize winner Naoto Fukasawa is supposed to combine a candybar-style phone from ’04 with the functionality you’d expect from a modern touchscreen smartphone. I don’t know if this combination will work, but compulsive texters and frequent dialers might appreciate a tactile keypad instead of a touch-based alternative.
While there was no Lady Gaga to present this Polaroid camera at CES, it still has some interesting features, since the whole thing is powered by Android. In a world with powerful cameras integrated into every smartphone, why shouldn’t it makes sense to have Android run a camera instead?
If you like your smartphones to have cool features and a cool design, the new Huawei Ascend P1 S might get your motor revving. The smartphone is hailed as the “world’s thinnest” and I can believe it at 6.68mm thick.
There were a lot of happy gamers when it was announced that Rockstar was bringing GTA III to the iPhone and Android devices out there. The game has been around for ten years now and was a huge seller on the PC.
If you thought that Holga was going to relegate their lomo-rrific lens filter case to the creative baristas owners of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, think again. The case is now available for one of the best and most popular Android smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy SII.
I think that many of us have a mental image of what the average person that uses certain types of devices might look like. For instance, I picture the typical Apple as a person with designer glasses and a penchant for overpriced coffee.
If you are looking for a new tablet that runs the Android operating system, and the thought of the Kindle Fire with its missing full Android Market access isn’t appealing, this might do the trick for you.