Xbox lovers in USA may not be able to get their hands on the latest offerings by Microsoft because of the ongoing legal dispute between Motorola Mobility and Microsoft.
The MK802, as it is called may look like an ordinary USB stick. But this thing is actually a full-on and fully-functional personal computer.
It is quite public that Samsung is the official sponsor of the 2012 Summer Olympics which is due in July in London. However, we didn’t quite expect to have come across a special edition Samsung device.
Firstly, it’s a pity that we won’t get to see this SIII, because Samsung along with NTT Docomo will sell this monster of a phone only in Japan.
What caught our eye this time was the news that the Japanese version makes use of a dual-core Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 1.5GHz processor (MSM8960) instead of the stock Quad-core 1.4Ghz.
The LG Optimus 4X HD is expected to hit stores next month, but LG has already revealed its first promo video. The Optimus 4X HD is LG’s first quad-core smartphone that uses the Tegra 3 chipset.
It has been a while since we posted some game news. Nevertheless, here is something interesting you can pick up. Gamers looking forward to re-start sci-fi fights have a new option to consider, as Microsoft have officially announced the release of Halo 4: Limited Edition.
Nokia have officially unveiled two new additions to its lineup of cheap and cheerful, ultra-basic Dual-SIM feature phones. The Nokia 110 and Nokia 112 will run on S40 OS and obviously, be targeted at emerging markets or for users on a tight budget, who want to minimize their monthly bills by taking advantage of two different carrier plans.
Well, yeah. That’s apparently what Nokia is up to in this leaked article we found on GSMARENA.com. And as the news goes, Nokia is planning to roll out a couple of full-touch (probably resistive) in the market.
You probably would have, if you are an Indian. A cricket enthusiast. A tech enthusiast or even a budget keeper, partly because there seems to be absolutely nothing in the Indian market that seems to be a rival to Micromax mobile phones.
Yep, you may have figured it out. We didn’t cover the release of the SIII; Samsung’s flagship phone, especially after our review of our test Galaxy S Plus. Nevertheless, here’s the news. The phone debuted last week, with a lot of world-class, eye-popping features.