There are two constants in the world of smartphones: one is that screens are getting bigger, and the other is that devices are getting thinner, and with that last one in mind, Huawei has crafted what it says is the slimmest handset yet.
If you liked the look of the new new BlackBerry but still can’t picture the email-friendly smartphone without a physical keyboard, your wish is about to come true, as BlackBerry announces that its key-wielding handset arrives in a couple of weeks.
The words “budget” and “high-speed” rarely go together, but LG is looking to change all of that, with a smartphone that offers both with a premium name. Packing in 4G, a quarter-HD IPS screen, 5 megapixel camera, and $299 price, is this the best in class for budget buyers?
We get it, internet: we’re in Australia, and a lot of what runs on you we’re not supposed to see. It could be TV shows, movies, or music services, and while some local providers have some solid efforts, we’re still not satisfied, which is why we’re intrigued to see the Hola browser plugin that fixes all of this is getting better.
The next release of Apple’s mobile platform will brighter, more contrasty, and sport a completely refreshed look, as Apple used its Worldwide Developer Conference to show its new vision for iOS.
How big should a phone be? That’s the question Asus is asking with the Fonepad, a product that aims to bridge the gap between phone, tablet, and really provide a proper middle ground for anyone that’s unsure precisely what they want.
One area not all smartphone manufacturers get right is the keyboard. It seems to easy, and yet it’s also very difficult, finding the right formula for a perfect touch-based on-screen keyboard. While there are plenty of paid options available on Google Play to use, it’s good to see Google’s own keyboard is now there too.
The question of how big a phone should really be is a constant thing when you’re talking about the fabled phablet, but Asus seems to be getting closer to a hand size, with the new Fonepad being announced at Computex.
Ever wondered why there’s not an ‘app’ for controlling your car? With Ford’s recent AppLink 2.0 announcement at the 2013 Computex show in Taipei, it …
According to some research conducted by security group McAfee, there are plenty of people out there with multiple devices, but not as many with security on all of them. For those – and everyone else – McAfee has come up with a solution, protecting as many devices as you own under one license.