Samsung was already using Gorilla Glass in their Galaxy S devices to make them more scratch resistant and shatter proof, but they are now signing a partnership with Corning to manufacture the next generation of Gorilla Glass, called Lotus Glass. The Lotus Glass will withstand higher processing temperatures that are…

Galaxy S 3 to Be Waterproofed by Liquipel?

by on February 3, 2012 10:40 pm

Liquipel is a company that can completely waterproof your phone for about $60 with a nano-coating that is completely transparent so you won’t even notice it with the naked eye. If this rumor is true, then Galaxy S 3 may come waterproofed by Liquipel. The rumor comes from an independent…

Is The Asus TF300 a Next-Gen Transformer?

by on February 2, 2012 11:47 pm

The Transformer Prime was launched about 6 weeks ago, and a couple of weeks after that we already found out about the Transformer Prime TF700, which is pretty much the same but with a 1920×1200 display instead, and $100 more expensive. And now we also get this leak about another…


Well, isn’t this a surprise? It looks like one of the main backers of Isis, the carrier owned mobile payment service, is finally allowing Google Wallet on its NFC phones. The truth is this shouldn’t have been a surprise in the first place. Google Wallet should’ve been allowed from the…

Here Comes Galaxy S 2 Plus?

by on February 2, 2012 9:35 pm

There are 2 more weeks to go until MWC, and we already have a leak for what looks like will be a Galaxy S 2 Plus phone that will be unveiled by Samsung there. Some believe this is not the Galaxy S 2 Plus because it doesn’t fit some benchmarks,…


People have asked for an Android version of Google Docs for a long time, but when they did get it, it wasn’t exactly what they were expecting. The Android version of Google Docs worked only online, and editing was pretty much unusable. It seems that Google is (slowly) responding to…


The Sony Xperia S is due for launch in early March, and it looks like Sony is getting ever closer to their best competition in terms of hardware, design and software. They are not quite there yet, and I expect them to be about 6 months behind in most specs…