LG just dropped us a line to announce they will be holding a digital press conference on Sept. 14th to deliver their smartphone business strategy and introduce their latest smartphones. If you are willing to stay up late (or wake up really early), we will be posting updates when the event goes live at 4 ... Read More »
As many of you know by now Sony is the exclusive launch partner when it comes to HDTV’s powered by Google TV, but Android is open source and other manufacturers have decided to put their own TV-spin on it. One of those companies is People of Lava from Sweden and we got a chance ... Read More »
On paper the Toshiba Folio looked like one of the hottest Android tablets coming this year – dual-core Tegra 2 processor, Android 2.2, 10.1 inch capacitive display, etc. However, I got to spend about an hour with the device and a senior Toshiba executive behind close doors at IFA and what I found ... Read More »
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Sony Electronics was showing off the final design of their new Internet TV (better known as the world’s first HDTV powered by Google TV) at IFA in Berlin and we filmed a quick 360 video of the hardware. Unfortunately no demos were being given, but at least we got to see what the ... Read More »
Viewsonic was showing off their first Android tablet, the Viewpad 7, at IFA this week and we got to spend some quality hands-on time with the device. What I found was a pretty remarkable first effort from Viewsonic, but the Viewpad 7 will not be able to take on the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
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Are you growing tired of the constant flow of Android phones that all feature roughly the same design? While wondering the halls of IFA this week I came across one of the coolest concept phones I have ever seen.
The Huawei Hx is a smartphone that features a physical keyboard which is completely enclosed inside ... Read More »
Archos has been in the Android game for awhile now, but I never really gave them much respect and generally considered their first-gen Android tablets as cheap (to put it nicely). However, after playing with their new lineup of Internet tablets at IFA this week, I think I’m ready to fork over my cash for one and ... Read More »
Samsung Electronics revealed they were already working on a next generation tablet based off the upcoming Honeycomb version of Android (possibly Android 3.5) during a Q&A session today at IFA.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab will launch with FroYo (Android 2.2) and eventually be upgraded to Gingerbread (maybe Android 3.0), but Samsung said Honeycomb was ... Read More »
Today at IFA in Berlin, Samsung Electronics announced the Galaxy Tab which is the company’s first 7-inch Galaxy S Android tablet. The device is scheduled to launch in Europe around mid September, but it’s also headed to the U.S. in the coming months.
Specs of the Galaxy Tab are nearly identical to the Galaxy S ... Read More »