• Toshiba Thrive Specification

    Toshiba-Thrive-Android-TabletThe Toshiba Thrive comes with Haptic screen sizes 10.1-Inch Resolution 1280×800 pixel. It’s powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 Processor and has WiFi, Bluetooth, full-sized USB and HDMI ports, an SD slot, a 2 MP front-facing camera, and a 5MP rear one. The tablet runs Android 3.1, and comes in three sizes: 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB. Read More

  • HTC EVO 3D Price Revealed

    HTC-EVO-3D-SprintSprint, Radio Shack & Best Buy taking pre-orders for the new HTC EVO 3D for a while now. A leaked advertisement has confirmed that the new EVO 3D to go for $ 199.99 on a 2 years contract, and the melodious $ 499.99 if you do not want a sign one.

    The HTC EVO 3D has a 4.3″ capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 540 × 960, a dual-core processor at 1.2 GHz Snapdragon, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a 5 MP camera on the back, which suitable recording in 1080p HD and 3D. Read the rest of the full specifications MobileiNews.com on this link.

  • LG Optimus 3D now available for pre-order in UK

    LG-Optimus-3D-BlackLG have now launched LG Optimus 3D, the first 3D smartphone in the UK, It’s available on pre-order on contract with most major carriers and you can sign-up for a SIM-free unit as well.

    The lowest price comes from T-Mobile’s contract, which requires users to commit on a 2 years £25.54/month contract to get LG’s 3D screen equipped smartphone for free. Moreover, that plan also comes with 600 minutes, 500 texts and unlimited data per month. If you need more minutes and/or texts, or if you just don’t want to have T-Mobile as your operator for some reason, there are many other options.

    Vodafone has it for £30/month for 18 months and Orange for £30/mo again but for 24 months (phone is free). O2’s 2-year contracts start at £32. There’s no info when the Optimus 3D will be available on any of these carriers.

    The LG Optimus 3D has the 4.3” glasses-free 3D screen and the stereoscopic 3D Full HD video capture (from the 5MP dual-lens camera), the Optimus 3D also boasts a 3D-augmented reality browser and has partnered with YouTube for 3D video sharing, 8 GB of internal storage expandable via microSD, 512 MB of RAM, HSPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3D media playback, HDMI out, and a 1500 mAh battery. The LG Optimus 3D runs Android 2.2 Froyo, but we’re hoping LG will fix that quickly.

  • Samsung Galaxy S II, One million Units Sold In Korea

    1-Million-Samsung-Galaxy-S2-Sold-KoreaThe Samsung Galaxy S II is blazing a trail in South Korea, but just after another impressive landmark. He had already surpassed all previous pre-orders for Samsung in Korea and has doubled that of the iPhone 4.

    its 1 millionth Galaxy S II was sold in Korea and in a single month. This is equivalent to a phone sold every three seconds. Comparing the Galaxy S needed 70 days to the one million mark in sales to reach.

    The Samsung Galaxy S II arrived in Korea in late, April and has sold 100,000 units in just three days and 500,000 in two weeks. The company believes that the success of the smartphone is due to the excellent hardware, particularly the 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display. The 21Mbps 3G, SGS II thin (8.9 mm) and are accredited TouchWiz interface to increase sales.

    There are also Samsung Hub on the device from Samsung, including the Music Hub, which is powered by 7 Digital, offers access to millions of songs, and social Hub for managing your busy social life.

  • Samsung launched Galaxy S II in India

    Samsung-Galaxy-S-IIThe long awaited Samsung S Galaxy II finally have a launch date in India. According to Samsung India, the handset is on sale from 9th June go. However, thanks to a special agreement with Vodafone India, its customers will be able to get their hands on the Galaxy S2 on 3 June received.

    It comes with a slim profile and weighs only 116g. Its features include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Advanced Super AMOLED Plus display good battery backup and dual-core 1.2GHz processor application.

    You would with, web browsing, 3D user interface, to get 4G (HSPA+ 21 Mbps) speed, multitasking, 8 Megapixels camera top level support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0.

    Samsung will offer th e phone at a recommended retail price of Rs. 32,890 (US$723) and Vodafone customers will be able to pre-book the Samsung Galaxy S II for Rs. 1,000(US$22.22).

  • Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY on O2 UK Finally

    Sony-Ericsson-Xperia-Play-WhiteThe Sony Ericsson Xperia Play created a lot of hype for a phone with a single-core CPU in 2011, we advised that there is something to do with the PlayStation blood in the veins. Now the handset is finally available from O2 UK. They’ve got an exclusive white color.The phone will cost you nothing on a contract and 430 quid if you want it commitment-free.

    O2 now upping ante by selling multimedia phone with a free docking station (with HDMI) port, which costs £ 30, including three games can be downloaded from the selection of five.

    If you are after the Xperia Play, O2 UK has exclusivity over the handset, so you need to go with them for now. As for why the Xperia Play has been released earlier than expected, one can probably put it down to the Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread update being rolled out.

  • Sony Ericsson Revealed Available Update Arc, Neo, Play in June

    Sony Ericsson ArcSony Ericsson announced update firmware of Arc, Neo, Play a new version of Gingerbread. It also includes Facebook integrated into the Xperia system. Sony Ericsson will update its 2 straight times in single month by both 2.3.3 and 2.3.4 with the following features of for each update.

    2.3.3 update will begin in early June, with the new stuff is Facebook Lives in Xperia that will help to sync all things on your computer for everything.

    • Single Sign On: Your device can access to all of facebook without signin again.
    • Contact Syncs: In addition, a contact name then usually more of a status, like and photo.
    • Calendar Syncs: Sync Facebook Calendar
    • Facebook photo
    • Music Player Like

    2.3.4 update in the end of June was that dominant feature Video Chat on Gtalk.

  • Rumors: iPhone 4S coming in September with Sprint & T-Mobile networks.

    Apple-iPhone-5-RumorsForbes has released the latest report about a new piece of Peter Misek, a analyst of Jeffries & Co, who said that the new iPhone to be launched in September will be called iPhone 4S. The new phone has changed little, better quality camera, A5 processor, support HSPA + and Apple would announce a new networks include Sprint, T-Mobile and China Mobile.

    The reason Apple iPhone 4S name because it does not support LTE 4G network, and reserve the name iPhone 5 for the next version that supports this. So we will not see iPhone support network 4G/LTE this year certainly

  • Flash Player 10.3 released on both desktop and mobile phone.

    Flash-10.3Flash Player upgrade again as the real version 10.3 after 10.3 Beta was released in March. The new features are.

    1. Video statistics by Adobe SiteCatalyst.
    2. Sound Control advance features Acoustic Echo Cancellation.
    3. Press Clear the Flash local storage from a browser, it works with Firefox 4, IE8, Chrome 11.
    4. Add Flash Player Settings Manager in the Control Panel on your OS.
    5. Alert new released through Auto-update of Mac OS X.
    6. Solve the security problems and other bugs.

    Open for download on both the main desktop OS and Android OS.

  • Nokia Q1 revenue of 10.4 billion euros.

    Nokia Q1 revenue of 10.4 billion eurosNokia announced its financial results for Q1 2011 revenue of more than 10,400 million euros, after announced its collaboration with the plan to use the Microsoft Windows Phone’s main smartphone OS.

    Nokia in Q1 net sales were 10,400 million euros, up 9% of all mobile devices sold 108.5 million units increased 1% versus the same quarter of 2010.

    For smartphone and mobile computing has sold 24.2 million units were up 13% and net sales of equipment and services at 7,100 million euros, up 6% in 2010.