When it comes to color choices for the LG Optimus G, you either pick black or you pick white. The good news is that burgundy might soon be joining the pack as well.
Samsung has now unveiled the SE-218CB external disc drive, providing a DVD burner solution for ultrabooks and Macs. Interestingly enough, there is even support for select Android devices as well.
While the Huawei Ascend P1 has been available in many markets since the summer of 2012, it has yet to arrive in the United States, until now. The Ascend P1 will now be sold via Amazon for $449.99 outright.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera hasn’t been out the door very long and yet Samsung has already confirmed it is getting an upgrade to Android 4.1.2.
The Galaxy Note 2 has done very well globally, but what about in their own home country? Both LG and Samsung have confirmed that their latest phablet efforts have managed to sell at least a million devices in South Korea.
It seems that new press images of the Sony Xperia Z and ZL have now leaked to the net. Interestingly enough, the photos come directly from Sony’s own website.
Since 2006 Nintendo DS users have been rocking the cult gaming classic, Touch Detective. The good news is that the time has now come, Touch Detective is available for Android via Google Play.
Own a Mac but craving for the ability to use Android apps? The Android app player Bluestacks has been out in alpha stages for a while now, but has now reached beta. This means more apps and overall better stability.
Most weather apps approach the conditions outside in a serious manner that is completely about the facts, and nothing more. For those of us looking for something with a bit more flair, there is Swackett.
As expected, the ZTE Nubia Z5 was officially unveiled on December 25th in Beijing. The Nubia Z5 is a very capable high-end handset, and is quite a departure from the typically budget-oriented handsets offered by the Chinese-based device maker.