Motorola Atrix HD Gets Reviewed

Motorola launched their latest Android smartphone the other week, the Motorola Atrix HD the device is available with US mobile carrier AT&T and the handset comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

The Motorola Atrix HD features a 4.5 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and processing is provided by a dual core 1.5GHz processor and the device also features 1GB of RAM.

Atrix HDContinue Reading…

Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD Appears On Video

Huawei announced the Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD back in February and now the company has released a new video of the tablet, the device will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and features a 10 inch touchscreen display.

The 10 inch touchscreen display on the MediaPad 10 FHD features a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution and is a IPS display, processing is provided by a quad core processor and the device comes with a 16 core GPU, have a look at the video below.

MediaPad 10 FHD

Continue Reading…

Advertisement

BlackBerry 10 Features Siri Like Voice Commands (Video)

Last week RIM released an updated version of their BlackBerry 10 for developers, and the latest version comes with some new features, one of those is a new voice command function.

The guys over at N4BB have been testing out the new voice function on BlackBerry 10 and according to them the voice sounds very similar to Apple’s Siri, have a look at the video below.

BlackBerry 10Continue Reading…

Beats Audio To Buy Back 25 Percent Of Its Shares From HTC

Last years smartphone maker HTC purchased a large share in headphones maker Beats Audio, with the intent to integrate the Beats Audio technology into their various smartphones.

The deal was reported to be worth more than $300 million when it was announced last year, and now HTC and Beats Audio have announced that Beats will buy back 25 percent of their shares from HTC.

Beats AudioContinue Reading…

Apple And Motorola Appeal Dismissed Patent Case

Apple and Google recently had a case dismissed where the two companies were suing each other over various patent disputes, the case was dismissed by judge Richard Posner.

Now both Apple and Motorola have decided to appeal the decision by Judge Posner, the case covered a number of patent disputes with each company accusing the other one of infringement.

Motorola GoogleContinue Reading…

Samsung Sells 10 Million Galaxy S III Handsets In Two Months

Ever since Samsung launched the Galaxy S III we have been hearing that the handset was popular, and now Samsung has finally released some details on how many of their new flagship smartphone they have sold.

Samsung’s president JK Shin has revealed that Samsung have sold 10 million Galaxy S III smartphones in the first two months, which is pretty impressive and we suspect this will be Samsung’s most popular smartphone to date.

Galaxy S IIIContinue Reading…

Samsung Galaxy S III Summer Olympic Games edition for sale in Taiwan

If you are a big fan of the Olympic games and have had your eye on the Samsung Galaxy S III, this is your lucky day. Samsung had previously announced that there would be a special edition of the Samsung GALAXY Note phablet produced for the Summer Olympics in London. Now we have learned that a special version of the Samsung Galaxy S III is available in Taiwan to celebrate the Summer Olympics in London.
Continue Reading…

Dead Trigger for Android is free

There’s nothing better than free right? Especially when you are talking about food. Or even better, a game. Best… A Zombie game. Last month we told you that Dead Trigger would be making the jump from iOS to Android. That was great news. It gets better however if you thought that $0.99 was way too much to spend. It is now free.
Continue Reading…

Samsung Galaxy S III gets X-rayed

We’ve all seen the gadget teardowns. They are great on one hand because we get to see what’s inside, but unfortunately they often destroy the device in question. One way around this problem is to X-ray them. If you have access to an X-ray machine anyway. Engadget reader Alex does, so we get to see what this gadget looks like on the inside, without having to take it apart.
Continue Reading…