NTT DOCOMO announced today its 2011 winter — 2012 spring product lineup of 24 models for launch in or after November, including 14 smartphones, the largest and most diverse collection ever released by DOCOMO.Read More »
Will future touch screen tablets come equipped with built-in hardware that enables them to be inductively charged? Similar technology is already being used for smartphones such as the iPhone 4 and BlackBerry Curve 8900 for example. Read More »
Last week Apple announced iOS 5. Single-handedly, it’s saved the increasing stale, desperately-seeking iPhone 5 Rumour Industry from self-extinction. Re-energized, the rumoratchiks are streaming the stuff out: Read More »
If you want a smartphone with a ridiculously fast mobile broadband connection, and you crave a device with a large screen that’s also so sharp you’ll spend all day looking at it in awe, then there really is no better choice today than Verizon’sSamsung Droid Charge. Read More »
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today announced delivery of a mobile-grade, battery-optimized Wi-Fi solution to the open source Linux community as part of the OpenLink™ project Read More »
We’ve just swooped our way through the Fulton Innovation stand here at MWC and found, sat next to the familiar light-up cereal box, a peculiar version of the Verizon LTE network-riding LG Revolution. Read More »
Every handset maker in the industry is starting to develop a reputation among the Android community. We pretty much know what to expect from HTC, Motorola, and Samsung. However when it comes to LG, many of us are still trying to figure out their smartphone strategy.Read More »
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