Samsung Already At Work On New Galaxy S3
Having seen the Samsung Galaxy S2 shoot straight to the top of the UK smartphone charts – Samsung plans to launch a third generation version in 2012. Samsung officially unveiled the sequel to the Galaxy S at this years Mobile World Congress in February. Samsung’s J.K Shin, President of their Mobile Communications division has announced […]
Eee Pad Transformer with Android 3.1 supports Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers for Android gaming
The Asus Eee Pad transformer has a couple of nifty tricks up it’s sleeve; as well as running the latest Android Honeycomb version 3.1 and packing a keyboard dock, Asus have revealed their latest tablet creation has the ability to use Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers to play the games available on the Android market. […]
Asus announce the Padfone – a Tablet and a Smartphone in one
Remember the teasing pictures of a new Asus tablet we showed you last week? Well the device has now been officially unveiled, and there’s a big surprise within. The new device has been unveiled at the Computex event in Taipei, and it’s called the Asus Padfone. There’s a pretty big clue in the product name […]
Samsung request iPhone 5 and iPad 3 in patent dispute with Apple
After Apple demanded to see some of Samsung’s next gen devices over a patent infringement claim, Samsung have thrown a curve ball and requested the same from Apple. There are always going to be similarities when Smartphones are compared to the iPhone and tablets are compared to the iPad, mainly down to the fact they […]
PayPal to sue Google over Stolen information and ideas
So in the last 24 hours Google unveiled their Mobile Wallet scheme for Android phones, but PayPal doesn’t like this and have since filed a lawsuit against the search giants. Not only are PayPal suing Google, but they are also taking two former executives – who are now employed by and in charge of the […]
HTC has re-unlocked their bootloaders
We let you know a few days ago that HTC were having a re-think on their new bootloader policy, and the re-think has been done and HTC have announced they will unlock their bootloaders… once again. The reason for the change was due to the amount of negative feedback that HTC got when they let us […]
Skype goes down globally!
Some people may be experiencing problems logging into or making calls on Skype, well there is always a reasonable explanation for everything Skype has gone down. Skype are on the case though . It’s a a pretty widespread outage and its going on right this minute, there has been an explosion of tweets relating to it. […]
Evo 2: The future of Gaming??
Who plays Games on their Smartphone, I’m guessing everyone from time to time. Well play those same games on your TV using Envizions Evo 2. The consol runs android 2.2 and plugs into your TV through a HDMI cable, in the box you get the relatively small consol 170mm L x 111mm W x 30mm […]
HTC are reviewing their Bootloader policies
HTC recently started locking the Bootloaders on their handsets; this was to stop the booting of custom recoveries used for loading custom softwares. This did not go down too well in certain circles of the Android community, and for example the very clever developers over at XDA-Developers started working on cracking these bootloaders, allowing access […]
Galaxy Tab 10.1 to come with Android 3.1
So even before the release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung are updating it’s software to the latest version of Android, Honeycomb 3.1. The reason for this is that the original incarnation of Honeycomb, 3.0, was buggy and generally ruins the user experience of the Tablet OS, but 3.1 resolves any bugs that were […]
Google NFC payment scheme to roll out in the US – United Kingdom next in line?
Trials of a mobile payment system through Google are expected to begin in a number of US cities – kicking off speculation that we UK residents could be next in line. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is currently working hard with developers and will begin to roll out of the scheme which will […]
Motorola Xoom means business – tablet shoots for Blackberry Playbook
The Android-enabled Motorola Xoom has been around for 3 months and has been doing well against top rival the iPad 2. Having shown no fear in the face of Apple, it looks as though Motorola are gunning for RIM and their Blackberry Playbook. Having manned-up to Apple with the Xoom tablet becoming a legit contender […]