This thing's about the same size as a USB stick from the early 2000s, but packs in a whole lot more. It's a dual-core computer, complete with HDMI output, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
A 7-Inch ICS-Packing Android Tablet For Under £120 Is Your Cheapo I-Don't-Need-No-Stinking-iPad Deal of the Day
The tablet revolution is well underway, and it won’t be long before we’re all saying things like: “Is that your tablet or my tablet?” and “Oh, I appear to have sat on your tablet and broke it. Here – have my spare one”.
Cineworld’s currently upgrading a few select cinemas into the 4th dimension – it’s going to shake you into life, literally.
VMWare's Dual Persona system is designed to help companies remotely manage smartphones. Once activated, users see a "work" toggle on their mobiles, which alters the set-up so only company-approved apps are accessible.
I'm a bit of a sucker for concept interface designs: I love how they show off the massive capabilities of new technology without any obvious current practical use. But these new offerings from Microsoft could actually be useful.
While it doesn’t make much difference to us poor 4G-less Britons, LG’s new quad-core flagship line is conspicuously missing any LTE models. Apparently the reason for that is battery drain – LG’s working hard to try and combine quad-core beasts with LTE that’ll actually last a day, but we’re not going to see it this year.
Who would've thought that car behemoth Ford would be at Mobile World Congress? But it was. Because it has the European launch of its Ford Sync in-car app and connectivity suite to talk about.
Mercedes-Benz has announced its plans to fully integrate the the driver's iPhone as well as the Siri assistant into future A-Class models. It'll be like having your own personal, mildly-incompetent HAL.
ZTE has just confirmed plans to launch yet another different type of mobile telephone, in the large, slab like shape of its ZTE PF112 model.
Yahoo and Facebook used to be BFFs, with the social network driving a significant amount of traffic to both Yahoo's Flickr and email client. So why is Yahoo suddenly accusing Facebook of as many as twenty patent infringements just ahead of its IPO?
Despite having a monstrously large range of tablets on offer, Samsung has never quite captured the market in the way it would like to. Its sales clearly lag well behind the iPad in the UK and the Kindle Fire in the US — and it seems they're happy to admit it.
Unlike the rest of the company, Sony’s Cybershot line just seems to keep on growing. It’s unleashed another cluster bomb of cameras for your enjoyment, including the sexy-looking yet rugged TX20, and the 'world’s slimmest' 10x optical zoom point-and-shoot.
When Google announced it was to acquire Motorola, it was obvious it wanted patents but unclear how Android and Motorola would interact in the future. According to Andy Rubin, who heads up Android, there's going to be zero communication.
Apple sent out notice to its developers today of a new initiative called Developer ID, which will combat malware on OS X alongside the new-to-Mountain-Lion Gatekeeper. It's to keep us, the users, safe. But could it also be the next step toward a future where Apple decides what you can install on your Mac?
Until about 2004, most scientists believed that women were born will all the reproductive eggs they would have for the rest of their lives. Then a scientist named Jonathan Tilly published research that claimed women might actually replenish their supply of eggs throughout their lives.