As we look forward to the IFA expo in Berlin, we have something even sooner to look forward to, which was today mentioned on Korean Digital Daily. The report states that an Unpacked event for the Galaxy Note 2 is planned for the day prior to the expo – the 30th August.
The iPhone 5 is expected to launch alongside iOS 6 later this year but there may be one major feature it may be too early for. Read on...
Ignore comparisons between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 4S – they are moot. The Samsung Galaxy S3 clearly outweighs the 4S on all factors, and the reason for this is that it was meant as competition for the iPhone 5 which is yet to be released, rather than the 4S.
While the Samsung Galaxy S3 has set the standard for next-generation hardware and the iPhone 5 is expected to match it for the least, it is early in the year and there may be more powerful smartphones in queue. Here's such one...
The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been regarded as the most future-proof Android phone you can buy at the moment in terms of hardware. And in reviews which pit it against the iPhone 4S, it blows the device away. Of course that is unfair given that we have to accept that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is designed to go up against the iPhone 5, not 4S. Now while the Samsung Galaxy S3 does appear to be most 'future proof' Android money can buy at the moment thanks to its next-gen hardware, a recent test by SquareTrade shows us the difference between future-proof in terms of technology and future-proof in terms of durability.
While the Microsoft Surface tablet has already been unveiled, the full breath of its capabilities have remain under wraps and hence we can't tell whether it has a fighting chance against Apple's iPad. Now it seems like there may be hope for the Surface tablet where gaming is concerned.
Earlier last month the rumors of the Amazon smartphone reached new heights when it was discovered that they had hired a dozen Apple engineers. At the time folks joked that Amazon could be working on an 'iPhone 5' of their own. Well this seems far from a joke now. Read on...
I've had a chance of testing the Samsung Galaxy S3 for a month now and it remains my primary phone, and I have found it reliable. In fact I have grown fond of its glossy finish as well as other little things. Here's my long term test of the Samsung Galaxy S3
While the Samsung Galaxy S3 appears to be having a field day in terms of sales, HTC may have anticipated this and planned a successor (or possibly just a partner) to the One X to combat the S3. Read on...
We've been hearing about the Motorola DROID RAZR HD heading to Verizon for sometime now but there is now word of a mini version of the device that may also take aim at the Samsung Galaxy S3. Read on...
The HTC One X already appears to have a successor to take on the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the benchmarks show that it is a powerful piece of hardware... Read on.
The folks over at DroidLife have managed to get their hands on the Motorola Atrix HD and have taken it for a spin. While the handset comes with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich it does have the custom Motorola skin Blur on top of it and this version delivers new goodies into the hands of users.
There are always trends when it comes to technology. Nokia and soft keys were once the in thing, and then there was Windows Mobile phones, pocket PCs that shrunk from 3.5 inches to just 2 inches and slide out QWERTY keyboards along with track wheels and trackballs. Technology in phones is ever changing as is what people want.
Fans of Grand Theft Auto were somewhat satiated by Rockstar when they released the sandbox oriented game with large scope called Red Dead Redemption. In terms of the development of the story along with the vastness of it, this was what GTA IV should have been. Now RDR has had its day and this has left fans eager for more. The good news is that GTA 5 is not far away. It has been announced and there is a trailer which shows that it should be a game of epic proportions.
White phones are the in thing when it comes to cool. The Samsung Galaxy S3, one of the most anticipated Android handsets has a 4.8 inch screen, loads of features, a lot of RAM and it supports LTE. All of these go towards an awesome handset, but what makes it even more awesome is the fact that it is available in Marble White reports PocketNow.
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