Monday, March 19, 2012
Now that phones and tablets are practically as thin as their ports will allow, wireless charging may be the next step forward, and Korean publication DDaily is reporting that Samsung's rumored Galaxy S III superphone will lead the way with a built-in inductive charger. Typically, if you want to charge your phone wirelessly, you can buy a replacement rear cover or even hack in an inductive charging coil yourself, but anonymous sources tell DDaily that the Galaxy S III will include the technology out of the box.
ที่ 10:36 PM
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Monday, February 13, 2012
Sony’s soon-to-be President and CEO, Kazuo Hirai, has hinted that the company is investigating porting the Vita OS to other mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
ที่ 3:53 AM
Until the much awaited Galaxy S III phone is launched there will be a lots of rumours and announcements coming up to the users. The concept phone is one interesting category that we engage our users by presenting what might they see in smartphones in future. The concept phones are just the designs in pictures format of cell phones. Here comes another concept phone design of Galaxy S III mobile phone.
ที่ 3:43 AM
Although Samsung already introduced the Galaxy Note in North America, Android enthusiasts living in Canada have been left out for the moment.
However, this is about to change as major carriers TELUS, Bell and Rogers confirmed they would offer the Galaxy Note starting February 14.
Moreover, Rogers allowed customers to reserve their Galaxy Note devices, before the smartphone hits shelves tomorrow.
ที่ 3:36 AM
Saturday, January 14, 2012
We came across this curio at Fujitsu's CES booth — the Fujitsu Toshiba IS12t is the only Windows Phone to have seen release in Japan, as far as we know, and was the first Mango phone to be released anywhere in the world. This isn't likely to ever see an international release, and there's not a whole lot to separate it from other Windows Phone devices in terms of software, but the hardware is pretty neat. The phone is fairly thin at 10.6mm, with a 3.7-inch display and waterproof body that comes in a stately black or a neon yellow or pink. There's also a 13.2 megapixel camera, which seemed to take shots of a CES booth as nicely as any other phone we've seen this week.
ที่ 4:54 AM
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Sony Tablet S: now $399.99 for 16GB version, a price cut of $100.
Sony has knocked $100 off the price of its S series tablet, another sign that non-Apple tablet pricing is trending downward.
The 16GB Tablet S is now $400, reduced from $500, while the 32GB model got cut to $500 from $600.
ที่ 11:13 AM
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