Can the Amazon Kindle Fire really outsell Apple’s iPad2? After spending less than a day with the $199 Kindle Fire, I believe Amazon will pull it off. And I think it will happen much sooner than many analyst are thinking.
As many bloggers have been discussing this week, hardware specs don’t really matter with a ... Read More »
Are customers willing to pay $399 for a 7-inch Android tablet? That’s the question Samsung is asking with their new Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. We already know that millions are buying the $199 Kindle Fire, so why would anyone want to spend an extra $200 for Samsung’s latest offering?
The Motorola Droid RAZR is all set to release on Verizon Wireless at 11:11 a.m. The RAZR is the latest Motorola flagship device to launch on Verizon’s network, delivering 4G LTE speeds in an amazingly thin package. I’ve spent the last few days with the Droid RAZR, and what follows are ... Read More »
Finding the perfect phone is a pretty hard task these days. Consumers have a myriad of choices at their fingertips; devices feature processors with single or multiple cores, high-resolution displays, physical keyboards and much more. So what makes one phone better than the rest? You could make charts and graphs all day long comparing different spec lists, ... Read More »
Everyone is still hyped about the recent announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. That does not mean there’s no room for some other powerhouse devices, though. The HTC Amaze 4G was released last week, and sure is a huge step up compared to most devices out there.
During the Google and Samsung live event, there was a lot of emphasis placed on the design of the Galaxy Nexus. Its looks very similar to the Samsung Nexus S, but with nearly every aspect of the device upgraded in some way. But you don’t have to take our word for it.
Dieses Video wurde von einem Android-Telefon hochgeladen. Oh you don’t speak German? This random video just appeared on YouTube with the description, “This video was uploaded from an Android phone.” Looks real to me. Real sexy. What do you think? Developing…
Pop quiz. Would you rather have a dual-core or quad-core processor inside your next Android device? Common sense might lead you to believe that more cores are better, but it’s actually a lot more complex than that.
Last week Qualcomm invited me to their headquarters for a briefing on their upcoming Krait architecture and I got ... Read More »
T-Mobile customers have been patiently waiting on a release date for the Samsung Galaxy S II while Sprint fans got their version of the device last week and AT&T gets some action on October 2nd. It doesn’t look like they will have to wait much longer because we just ... Read More »