This year at the Mobile World congress 2011, some of the best and the most efficient tablets were announced and showcased from major players from all around the world. Keyboard less computing definitely took another meaning this year at the Mobile World Congress 2011 where the audience were spoilt for choice with some of the best brands such as Samsung, LG, Acer and HTC announcing their new and best tablets 2011 and other companies such as Motorola, HP, ViewSonic and RIM showcasing their best selling tablets.
The Nexus S was the third of only 3 devices 100% sanctioned by Google and running pure Android. Sprint is teaming up with Samsung and Google to bring it’s version of the phone the Nexus S 4G to it’s WiMax network. Besides the 4G radio there are no differences between the original Nexus S and the Nexus S 4G and with specs that are starting to look slightly dated is it worth your money?
The Labor Day holiday is fast approaching in the US. Traditionally, it’s the last big summer vacation weekend in the US. In the not-so-distant past, it used to be that you’d have to hit the road with only a paper map and travel book to guide you. Nowadays, with all the iPhone apps available, it would be unthinkable to hit the road with out your smartphone loaded with apps to help with everything from finding hotels, places to eat, and even up-to-date flight info.
Motorola Xoom 2: What’s in Store?
Speculation is rife about Motorola Xoom2, the device that is expected to give stiff competition to Apple’s iPad 2. Moreover, with Google expected to absorb Motorola, there are great expectations about what Xoom 2 can offer. Photos of this device have been leaked already and users can hardly wait to know more. Here’s a sneak peek of the much awaited device.
Samsung Galaxy Note (International and AT&T)
Having had time to test out the latest member of the Galaxy “phone” line, I must say my initial impressions of the device are rather good. The first thing you’ll notice about the device or anyone for that matter is its sheer size. This thing is huge, and sports a massive 5.3” screen. This new phone also adds a stylus to the mix.
Released in 2011 after much speculation, HTC Thunderbolt seems to be a device that packs in a lot of power in a stylish handset. Offered by Verizon (its first 4G LTE network device), it gives stiff competition to some high-end smartphones. Here’s taking a closer look.
HTC Thunderbolt Release
After a lot of anticipation, HTC Thunderbolt was released on 17th March, 2011.
HTC HD 7, released in 2010, packs in some splendid features in a smart and stylish device. This smartphone takes up from HTC Desire HD and Sprint Evo 4G. Not only is the screen roomy, the operating system is also geared to make customers take note. Here’s the HTC HD 7 unlocked.
HP a powerful enterprise in the technology world of PC’s and other products forayed into the tablet market after acquiring the Palm with its TouchPad developed and designed entirely by its competent team of Hardware engineers and their creativity. With the advent of Apple’s iPad a new era dawned and hand held tablets have been taking over the PC’s over the last five years ,and the Tech companies have been vying to roll on newer innovative products to keep pace with the changing trends and also to capture and maintain their markets.
With the world of technology and, to be more precise, of mobile phones going crazy in competition over putting forth the latest in line of machinery, Sony Ericsson has put forward one of its latest sleek designs – Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo aims at finding a balance between exquisite functionality and sweet price. As Sony Ericsson tries to nail the top spot, and it has achieved its aim to some extent, the world and mobile freaks will begin to wonder if at all this effort is enough to compete with the likes of iPhone and Samsung Galaxy Tab. Well, this is what this Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo Review aims to find out.