Samsung has launched its latest Android based tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1, in India. As usual for Samsung, they have changed the name of the tablet to Galaxy Note 800.
EA and Firemonkeys have teamed up to release the first trailer of the, third installment of the popular mobile racing simulator game; Real Racing. And to be frank, it looks "simply astonishing".
It is a high time in the computing industry, as Microsoft’s OEM partners have got the final release of Windows 8. It's a good thing because, they can now start embedding it into their new devices.
Sure enough, the final product should be available for purchase soon. However, we have sources that state the general release is slated sometime late in October.
Yes, we are quite excited about it. But before we use it as our future Operating System, we have to know what it's actually made of.
You may already be aware of Mozilla's upcoming mobile operating system based on HTML5. We now have some new screenshots of the to-be-released UI, courtesy of Mozilla evangelist, Robert Nyman.
Facebook has revamped the photos view in your profile, which will now show up as a mosaic of different sized photos that roughly resembles the Metro UI on the Windows 8 homescreen. It also looks very similar to the way Google+ arranges images in its photos view, according to the pros at GSMArena.
It’s been quite a while since Apple released ads for their Mac. All the recent ads have either been for the iPhone or the iPad. In fact the last memorable ads for the Mac were the famous ‘Mac vs. PC’ series and it’s been three years since those came out. But now that Apple recently updated their MacBooks, and they probably felt it was the right time to go ahead and make some new ads.
Carphone Warehouse will be selling "two" limited edition Olympic-flavored versions of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The device will be available exclusively from CW starting August 1 and the price starts from 16 Omani RIyals a month from Vodafone, Orange, O2, T-Mobile, Talk Mobile and Three.
Flash may get a lot of hate, but it’s still a pretty big part of the Internet and a lot of people weren’t too pleased when Adobe announced they won’t release a Flash Player for Android versions past ICS.
Unlike HTC, Samsung is yet to announce the list of devices that will get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Insiders have talked to SamMobile, however, and said that Samsung is already testing Jelly Bean on the Samsung Galaxy S III.
We came across some leaked images that show the international version of the Sony LT29i, codenamed Xperia Hayabusa. The images confirm a very close resemblance to the Japan-bound, LTE-capable Xperia GX, save for the lack of the FeliCa (Sony's NFC-based payment system in Japan) logo under the LED flash and the different chrome rim around the phone.