Is HTC finally on the comeback trail after a forgettable year? It looks like Q4 sales are strong and the Droid DNA or J Butterfly has got people excited.
Samsung has released a teaser video that could be hinting at a January CES unveiling for the hotly anticipated Galaxy S4, its next Android flagship.
It’s been a good year for Android. Join us as we cast an eye back to December 2011 and reminisce about how far Android has come in the last 12 months. From ICS to Jelly Bean, from Galaxy S2 to Galaxy S3, and from Android Market to Google Play.
The iPad is still the frontrunner in the tablet market, but Android is steadily eroding that lead. We can expect Android tablets to overtake the iPad within the next few months.
The Android platform is completely dominating the smartphone market. Is it because Google is getting better at design faster than Apple is getting better at web services? We take a look at Android’s rise as Google improves the platform while Apple sticks with the same old tried and tested combination.
Analysts from investment bank UBS are predicting sales of 61.5 million units for Samsung in Q4. That figure will be driven by stellar sales of the popular Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Is Google’s Nexus 4 better than Apple’s iPhone 5? We take a look and compare the display, design, speed, storage, cameras, value for money, and a whole lot more. Find out who wins the Nexus 4 vs iPhone 5 battle right here.
Sony has launched the Xperia Lounge app which features a range of exclusive content and competitions that give you a chance to win VIP experiences.The app is currently in beta, but it is available for any Android smartphone running 2.3 Gingerbread and above.
Here’s an interesting bid for your custom. A new mobile network is set to launch in the UK today and its USP is support for charity. The People’s Operator or TPO is billing itself as an ethical alternative to the crowd. Will that be enough to allow it to muscle into the competitive UK market?
Touchscreens are very accessible and they’re easy to use, but how do we take advantage of the technology to perform more complex interactions? Multi-touch and gestures have opened up new possibilities, but what if the screen could tell what was interacting with it? That’s the idea behind Qeexo’s FingerSense – the device can tell the difference between a fingertip, a nail, or a knuckle, as well as a stylus.