Set aside the differences in sharing things like photos and videos. Set aside the differences in how the app store and media purchases work. Hell, you can even set aside the differences in cost, hardware design and software design in general. And you’d still be left with the biggest problem Android faces over platforms like ... Read More »
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When it comes to manufacturing chips for smartphones and tablets, Qualcomm has been leading the mobile industry for awhile. In order to have the resources to compete with the giant, several smaller companies would need to combine their efforts . Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has teamed up with Samsung, Panasonic, NEC, Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu ... Read More »
Last week Sharp introduced a new camera module with optical image stabilization that features the industry’s thinnest profile (5.47 mm). The module is able to capture images up to 12.1-Megapixel, features a 1/3.2-type CMOS sensor, and can record full 1080p HD video. The real star of the show here is the optical image stabilization.
Sharp’s new ... Read More »
Rumors suggest that Verizon might have a one-month exclusive on Android 4.0 and the Galaxy Nexus in the US, but it appears Google’s next flagship device will soon be available on quite a few carriers across the globe. We just learned the Galaxy Nexus is coming to Canada and now NTT ... Read More »
Battery technology is one of the main concerns for Android users. Currently, most smartphones don’t last an entire work day. Some devices die in 3-4 hours. And charging your device everywhere you go is an inconvenience. Cellphones are supposed to be “mobile,” not slaves to a power outlet.
Many of you have been praying and ... Read More »
We weren’t expecting glasses-free 3D phones in the U.S. till the second half of 2011, but several Japanese carriers have already announced 3D phones for this year. Softbank already announced a pair of 3D phones from Sharp and today NTT Docomo also revealed they will be offering a 3D device from Sharp.
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“Hands-free” and “voice free”. It even works with your eyes closed.