If you think a 10-inch tablet is not suitable for consuming your favorite content, Toshiba's got a big surprise for you. Introducing its 13.-3-inch AT330 tablet — arguably one the largest, if not the largest — consumer Android tablet to date.
The case of the chain of fake Apple stores in China is a well known example of the lengths the country's retail community will go to in order to latch on to popular brands. So it should come as no surprise that someone has now done the same thing to Android.
Japan loves its rice so much that the country has perfected numerous ways to quickly cook the perfect bowl of the stuff. Now that obsession with creating the perfect rice dish has extended to the current Holy Grail of technology, the smartphone.
With Mobile World Congress in full swing, Samsung's oddly quiet about its plans for a Galaxy S II successor. That's okay, because as usual, the rumor mill is hot on clues and the latest rumors hailing from BGR say the Galaxy S III will have some impressive new features.
The smartphone business is no longer about fun and games, it's possibly the toughest part of the tech business right now. But that hasn't stopped Sony's new CEO, Kaz Hirai, from rolling the dice on smartphones, again.
With the way smartphone screens are getting sharper and larger, it's only a matter of time before those ugly black bezels that surround a screen disappear entirely. If any company can design a bezel-less smartphone, it's Samsung.
It's no secret that Android 4.0 ICS has been majorly disappointing. With hardly any hardware that supports it and less than one percent of the Android smartphone and tablet population running ICS, it's practically doomed. A report claims Google might just leapfrog ICS with Android 5.0 Jellybean later this year.
The eagle has landed and the hidden code was real — Google Chrome is now available on Android in beta for smartphones and tablets running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Hello productivity spike!
There's not much that could get me to move faster than a leisurely walk. Except zombies. When threatened by an undead invasion I'd manage to find a bit more spring in my step. It's that kind of motivation the new app/game Zombies Run! counts on.
Steve Jobs parodies used to sell non-Apple products are on the rise, and we should probably get used to that sort of thing. But as loyal techies we should insist that these parodies never be as lame as the latest one to emerge from Taiwan.