In the space of just five days, three incredible mobiles have been announced (or gone on sale, in the iPhone 4S' case). So what'll it be -- the iPhone 4S; Galaxy Nexus or Motorola's Droid RAZR? The latter has been given a UK launch date of November 1st, with online retailer Clove pricing it at £454.
If you can't be bothered reading all the facts and details about the first Ice Cream Sandwich phone, the Galaxy Nexus, just wrap your eyeballs around this video for all you need to know. One thing I want to know is whether Samsung and Google had to pay Disney to use that Tron-like imagery. [YouTube]
Lambskin gets a bad, um, wrap, but it is oh so soft. If you're going to make a pair of headphones for fastidious ears, they really should have Downy-soft ear pads.
If you won't listen to headphones unblessed by a rapper's licensing deal—and neither Dre nor Ludacris are good enough for you—look to 50 Cent. The former rapper turned Vitamin Water kingpin's newest headphone is here.
On the heels of tonight's Galaxy Nexus announcement, Google has released the Android 4.0 SDK. The platform promises a bevy of new features for users and developers alike including extended sharing and social integration and unified calendars. You can download a copy of the SDK here. [Android Developers]
You've always had a choice. Either leave your screen unlocked when you stow it and run the risk of pocket-dialing the entirety of your contact list or lock the screen and endure the tedium of entering a PIN every time you pull it out.
The Galaxy Nexus, the new Android flagship phone from Google and Samsung is finally out of the bag. I am like, omega-level excited about that screen, and Ice Cream Sandwich looks tasty, too. Let's take a bite. Update: Hands on below.
Apple's earnings call last night began with new CEO Tim Cook offering homage to Steve Jobs. He went on to note it set new records, sold a fuckton of phones, tablets, and computers, and made a huge pile of money.
For our US brother's 100th Shooting Challenge, they challenged you to photograph anything you like any way you like. Here's what our readers around the world choose to photograph when nobody is telling them what to do.
Much like Sesame Street, National Geographic's giving kiddos a chance to learn (this time about the outdoors) while getting a little exercise. Want to learn about rock-digging bears? Dig through virtual rocks with a virtual bear suit on.
For some, taking the correct medication at the right time can mean the difference between a summer picnic and an afternoon in the hospital. With the RxmindMe app, you'll know when to take your drugs even when you're out and about.
Michael Dell, famous for making affordable PCs with his name tattooed on 'em, is also infamous for once saying if he was CEO of Apple, he would "shut it down and give money back to the shareholders". Well he totally didn't mean it like that. Or kind of did. Or something. It's confusing.
Screenshots of Ice Cream Sandwich widgets have leaked. Come on everyone, let's stare at the subtle differences between the Android builds.