phone

  • Android powers 1 Billion, hello Android 4.4 KitKat

    Google’s Sundar Pichai has confirmed that Android 4.4 will be called KitKat. While it’s a strange choice to use an existing brand, the kids at Google must love their chocolate. They have permission from Nestle to use the name, guess they don’t care about SEO. The new Google Android...
  • Ubuntu Edge smashed crowdsource record, still may not be funded

    Ubuntu Edge has just smashed the record for crowd funding projects. The 4.5” Ubuntu smartphone may have just left the Pebble Watch in the dust with a staggering $10,329,516 pledged so far. The only problem is that this is just 1/3 of the overall financing needed to get the...
  • Is Android Play bad for business?

    Last week Google announced a rebranding of their mobile services. You can now Play with Apps and Games, Play with Books, Play with Movies and Play with Music. With all this playing, it positions Google’s mobile offerings as consumer-focused. While it the Play moniker may be more appealing the...
  • Review: LG Optimus 3D SmartPhone

    When it comes to televisions, consumers have been less than enthusiastic in embracing 3D, that hasn’t stopped LG from creating a 3D SmartPhone. The 4.3” device has dual-cameras for taking 3D photos and video and a glasses-free 3D screen to display them. Powered by dual-core processer and running Android...
  • Optus teases iPhone 4 with confirmation email

    When Optus launched their ‘register your interest’ page in early July, many were quick to sign up to get the latest info. Users who signed up have just been notified, that they’ll be notified… what a tease! What we really need to know is the upgrade plan for existing...
  • 8 Megapixel camera in mobile phone

    Move over Nokia N95, 5-megapixel cameras in phones was so last year! K-Touch has packed an 8 megapixel camera into their latest phone, the C280. Using a Canon image processor, it also boasts 3x optical zoom and up to 1600 ISO support. It’s great to see mobile phone cameras...