If you’ve always dreamed of having your very own robot phone that could walk the talk and even dance, then you probably were pretty excited when Sharp announced that they will have that for you and it will be called RoboHon.
Acer has unveiled a double 7-inch whammy today. The Acer Iconia One 7 might yet be another entry level tablet for the budget market, but the Iconia Tab 7 adds a bit of telephony into the pot, making it a large, and awkward,
There is no doubt that Android is almost everywhere, powering a wide variety of smart devices ranging from the usual suspects of smartphones and tablets to the more multimedia-centric boxes and TVs. Android has even appeared in
Lately we’ve heard a few reports that Google and Dish were in talks to launch their own Google wireless service, something that would be amazing. Today however it looks like Google’s been looking into offering their
Today while browsing the interwebs I stumbled across a neat story from New York City. Since everyone these days walks around with a smartphone attached to their faces or hands, the need for a payphone is steadily declining. With
Virgin Mobile has just outed a new no contract pre-paid plan options for those folks who don’t need a top-tier smartphone but still love to talk and text. Announcing the new Virgin Mobile pre-paid PayLo plan offers
Sometimes it’s hard to realize a good idea until you’ve seen it in action. And to be honest, I was a bit skeptical of the ‘two devices, one data plan’ idea for some time. But the ASUS PadFone seems
Today I have a little treat for you all to cap off the day. This is a beautiful and extremely well designed concept phone from an XDA member by the name of Jason Wang. He is not one of the very well known concept designers but I
Vizio is a popular brand, and although it’s not considered “The Golden Standard” by many, they are some of the best TVs around at the best prices. Vizio is set to unveil its first Android phone and tablet, both
The lack of support from everyone involved with this phone has been the focal point of many people losing faith in Samsung. It’ll probable never see Android 2.0+ even though there is a petition going around to make this happen.