While the name might be a bit of a mouthful, the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is basically an Android smartphone that comes with integrated sharing services, specifically for music, thanks to a dedicated hardware button on the phone.
There are a bunch of gaming geeks out there that really like Minecraft, with its blocky game play and immense level-editing freedom. If you are among those fans of the game and happen to need a new smartphone, you need to hit up eBay while this auction is going on.
Smart watches are the way of the future, and the design studio Blue Sky have come up with the touchscreen I’m Watch, that syncs with your smartphone via Bluetooth. It works with iPhones and Android devices.
Many of us are guilty of using our mobile devices while driving. Admit it, you’ve done it at least once, even just to look at a text message or e-mail. Governments all over the world are of course against this bad habit.
Take a few minutes and ponder how many times you’ve dropped your gadgets. It’s probably quite a few times, and believe me after a while, you’ll end up breaking them, no matter what the manufacturer promises.
This is probably the closest your smartphone or tablet should ever get to water. This strikingly unusual stand itself was designed by Nendo for Elecom in Japan. The faucet stand will support all manner of smartphones and tablets.
In South Korea, there’s a new way to go shopping, and it doesn’t involve going to the store, or surfing the web. Instead, customers of Tesco’s Home plus stores get to shop in the subway station before they get home.
Nokia just introduced their new N9 in Singapore and frankly, it looks gorgeous. It’s got a glass display that features no buttons on the face at all. You’ll find a few on the side though, but the device sets itself apart thanks to its bright 3.9-inch,
After a long hard day at work, you recline in your office seat, prop your feet up on the table (if the boss is out of the office, that is), take your smartfoam smartphone out of its hoodie, and prop it on the Zigstand.
It’s not uncommon at all to find all sorts of hidden content inside software and other devices today. These are called Easter eggs and the latest strange Easter egg to surface comes from the ROM of a guy’s Samsung Galaxy S II.
This weekend, ASUS unveiled the Padfone, a smartphone-tablet hybrid, during this year’s Computex. This new hybrid device will allow users to easily keep data and apps in sync between their mobile devices and switching between then when the need arises.
Sometimes, all it takes to size an object up is one look. It doesn’t have to be a very long gaze or detailed inspection. And in the case of Sharp’s new AQUOS IS11H Phone, it just takes a second or two to glance at the images and know that these phones are geared towards Japanese women.
While this scenario has been explored before, it’s the first time that I’ve seen something that might actually work well. The laptop becomes a dock for your smartphone and your tablet, allowing you to seamlessly use different devices without having to sync them.
We can only upgrade the software on our smartphones, but what if we could also do the same for its hardware components, just like with its big brother, the PC? That’s the idea behind the Revive Smartphone.
If you are the sort that really takes your privacy seriously and you use an iPhone or an Android smartphone you may have been following the privacy scandal recently in the news. It was discovered that both the iPhone (and Android) devices were tracking users’ locations and could be used to send that data back to Apple, Google or other companies.