MOBILE NEWS

February 22nd, 2011, 12:30 PM

Lenovo Announces Sandy Bridge Thinkpads with 30 Hour Battery

Lenovo has announced a new line of six Sandy Bridge based Thinkpad notebooks designed for business users and scheduled for release in March. The models include the 14-inch T420s (ultrathin), T420, L420 which feature screen resolutions of up to 1600×900 along with the 15.6-inch T520, L520 and W520 all capable of 1920×1080. All models will [...]

February 17th, 2011, 1:50 PM

NVIDIA Announces Roadmap for Tegra – Quad Core Mobile Processor Lined Up

At the Mobile World Congress this week, NVIDIA was not only the talk of the show due to their overwhelming presence in tablets, but with the successful launching of Tegra 2, the company has announced its entire known mobile roadmap, including a quad core mobile chip before the end of the year. NVIDIA’s entrance as [...]

February 15th, 2011, 12:34 PM

LG Intros Optimus Pad Tablet

With the Mobile World Congress Expo kicking off this week, tablets are the big focus of the event, with many companies choosing this venue to debut products that weren’t quite ready in time for CES 2011. One of those is LG, announcing their new Optimus Pad, utilizing the latest mobile technology from NVIDIA; Tegra 2. [...]

August 24th, 2010, 1:31 PM

Dell Launches First Smart Phone for $100

Dell is getting into the smartphone market, and no we aren’t referencing the Streak; they have already made it clear that the Streak is a tablet first, phone second. Today the third largest PC manufacturer announced the “Aero” Android smartphone available in the U.S.A exclusively from whom other than AT&T.  The Aero features a 3.5-inch [...]

August 11th, 2010, 11:24 AM

Dell Streak Launches in North America

The Dell Streak, an inventive little device dubbed as a tablet-smartphone crossover, will finally see its public debut in North America. Dell announced this morning, that the Streak will be available August 13th in the United States exclusively through AT&T at a contract price of $300, or $550 standalone; however, the question is as to [...]

July 30th, 2010, 9:04 AM

Apple iPhone 4 Makes Canadian Debut

Despite well publicized antenna issues with the iPhone 4, that didn’t seem to stop many Canadians who waited in line at Apple stores around the country today for the official launch. Apple’s latest product is being brought to the wild north over a month after its USA release and will be featured on all three [...]

July 21st, 2010, 1:49 PM

Google Nexus One Officially Dead

A little over 6 months after Google launched its first official Google phone, the company has been forced to call it quits. Despite the fact that the Nexus One was actually well reviewed by many bloggers and a popular choice for Android enthusiasts, it didn’t quite receive the iPhone-esque adoption amongst everyday users that Google [...]

July 16th, 2010, 1:27 PM

Jobs Addresses iPhone 4 Antenna Problems and Offers Free Solution

Appropriately referred to as ‘Antennagate’, Steve Jobs, Apple visionary and CEO, held a conference this morning to address the growing concern about the iPhone 4′s reception issues and the companies response to the issue. The conference started with a simple admission by Jobs that “We’re not perfect. We know that. You know that. And phones [...]

June 14th, 2010, 11:34 AM

Samsung Galaxy Tablet Specs Revealed

Samsung recently released an image of its Galaxy tablet prototype, a scaled up version of its Galaxy mobile phone, and we now have details on the innards of Samsung’s attempt at an iPad competitor. The Samsung Galaxy Tape will initially be featured as a 7″ model with AMOLED screen, and running Google’s Android 2.2 (Froyo) [...]

June 8th, 2010, 10:03 AM

Apple iDevices Now Powered by iOS

Apple finally has an official name for the many iDevices utilizing the mobile focused operating system it developed for the iPhone; which can also be found in the iPod touch, iPad and who knows what else in the future. The name iOS, complete with Apple “i” moniker, has been licensed from the original holder, Cisco [...]