Huawei are one of the biggest telecommunications equipment companies in the world. They are huge in China although their kit is used the world over. Chances are if you are a BT Broadband customer you are using modems build by them. Huawei make no bones about their desire to become one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, and a couple of years ago they started their assault on the European market. I reviewed the G300 and found it to be a stunning budget range phone. The Huawei Read more [...]
If Samsung wants to imitate Apple, it’s going about it the right way. UK retailer Clove has revealed that if you currently own a MHL to HDMI adapter, it will not work with the Samsung Galaxy S III. There is a different pin layout on the adapter. Well done Samsung. You just forced all current users to buy a £30 cable if they get your new phone. Just like Apple would. Via Clove.
Chortle chortle…despite a distinct lack of German linguistic skills.
Some things in this world cannot be understood. Some things are just not worth thinking about too hard. Canadian mobile network Rogers is doing weird things with the Motorola RAZR and baked goods. Just accept the fact. It is futile to question why… Read more [...]
The savior of man, more commonly referred to as the Asus Transformer Prime has been confirmed to go on sale in the US on December 19. No news on a UK release yet but at least there is a pretty video to watch.
Google have released a new video to coincide with the release of the Galaxy Nexus. It has slightly impish piano music in it. But would look good on a cinema screen. Anyone seen a Google advert in the cinema? Anyway, the video is quite nice but we feel it a little silly of Google to get someone to ride a bike whilst staring at their brand new Galaxy Nexus to look at directions. There are a ton of after market phone holders…the guy could have killed himself all for Google Navigate! Read more [...]
If there ever was a time for “whoots” then this is it. Google’s Android platform has hit 200 million activations and to celebrate, here’s a video with a flying green rubbish bin. It’s good news though, as Android “ain’t going nowhere anytime soon”. According to Google, over 550,000 Android activations happen every day which is a staggering, if not terrifying prospect. Anyone else seen Terminator? Can you spell Skynet? The Android website has also has a makeover and now features apps and Read more [...]
Sexy is back. Apparently. Read more [...]