Finnish smartphone maker Nokia launched today its new Windows Phone 8 device in Pakistan. According to members of the event, Nokia allegedly showcased a Windows 8 tablet next to the phone. Nokia is already rumored to be preparing Apple's rival tablet.
Broadcom, a leader in the wireless and broadband communication business, has just unveiled its next-generation LTE modem chip. The BCM21892 is a high-end 4G LTE modem chip intended for use on high-end devices and supports data speeds of up to 150 Mb/s.
Recently, there were many reports about cellular performance problems after updating to the new iOS 6.1 update. After Vodafone publicly said not to update to iOS 6.1 operating system, Apple rushed and introduced the new update which fixes cellular performance.
Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 owners started to get the Android 4.2.2 update. Even though there are not many words about new Android 4.2.2, according to initial reports the update contains bug fixes along with Bluetooth A2DP fix issue and several other improvements
Samsung's answer to the iPad mini, the Galaxy Note 8.0, is slated to arrive in three main variants, apart from capacity-based sub-variants; these include the WiFi-only GT-N5100, the WiFi + 3G GT-N5110, and the flagship WiFi + 4G LTE GT-N5105. MWC is their launchpad.
LG releases a new teaser video hinting to a new smartphone range release ahead of Mobile World Congress 2013. Earlier this week, the company's official posted a picture on Facebook about unveiling new series and now we got another one, in the shape of a video.
In a bid to woo the last-minute Valentine's shopper (guys), Samsung rolled out a soft pink version of its Galaxy Note II phablet, in certain APAC markets that include Taiwan. The new pink model joins Sapphire Black, Ruby Wine, Amber Brown, and vanilla (standard) white.
The Microsoft Surface Pro reviews are out and they make for very interesting reading. This is the first Intel tablet from Redmond and its running on Windows 8 Pro. And as with any first generation tech product, its just full of things to both love and hate.
In the results of a new survey which Microsoft released yesterday, it was revealed that more than half of respondents are experiencing multiple online security risks, yet only 16 percent take proactive measures to help protect themselves and their private information.
The honeymoon between Nokia and Microsoft is now officially over. With Nokia now having to pay Microsoft through its nose for every Windows Phone device sold, its CEO stated it's "willing to consider" the development of Android-based devices, at least tablets.
Microsoft's Surface with Windows 8 Pro will be going on sale on February 9th and the tablet is already on display in some locations. This is the company's long-awaited version with an Intel Core i5, full size USB 3.0, a microSDXC card slot and mini DisplayPort.
Apple did a fantastic job with the iPad mini which has an impressive design. However, it does come with one crucial disappointment and that is its screen. According to new rumour, this will be fixed with a second iPad mini generation which should feature Retina display.
The elusive jailbreak of Apple's iOS 6 mobile operating system has finally been accomplished by Team Evad3rs, who posted their "evasi0n" unteathered jailbreak tool for the OS, which lets your device stay jailbroken even after reboots and flat batteries.
Apple has introduced new functionality on their App Store that allows developers to create short links for directing users to their products. The links can be used for a particular app or a complete company catalog for either iOS or Mac applications.
With the success of the Tegra 3, NVIDIA was hopping to have at least the same success with its next-gen chip. According to early reports, it seems that Tegra 4 will not be seen in many tablets and smartphones. For now, only Toshiba and ASUS confirmed Tegra 4 devices.
Alongside with earnings report, we got some intriguing information about the Qualcomm's processors for next year. There should be four new processors. One will be a dual-core while the rest are going to be a quad core with similar speeds, but lacking some features.
Toshiba began sampling its new camera sensor for smartphones and tablets, the T4K35. The 8-megapixel CMOS sensor features back-side illumination (BSI), 1.12 micrometer pixel size, 4:3 aspect ratio, and color noise correction to enhance low-light color photography.
Judge Lucy Koh, hearing the Apple vs. Samsung case at a U.S. District Court, decided on various post-trial motions, one of them finding that Samsung's infringement of Apple patents wasn't willful, and the court could not triple the $1 billion in damages to Apple.
Epic Games announced in a press release today that Android users can now download a new, free app titled Epic Citadel. The app is used to showcase the studio's award winning Unreal Engine 3 in a dynamic fantasy setting of Infinity Blade and includes a benchmark mode.
Apple finally launched the capacious 128 GB variant of its 4th generation iPad, which was churning up at the rumor mill over the last week. Without disturbing the current 16, 32, and 64 GB variants, the 128 GB will occupy premium price-points approaching a grand.