Kobo Touch with Offers

Competition becomes even fiercer in the e-book reader market with the launch of Kobo Touch with Offers, which carries a price tag of US$99.99, seven months after Amazon first unveiled the Kindle... Touch with Special Offers.

The Kobo Touch with Offers is exactly similar to the Kobo Touch, save for the discounted price in exchange for the presence of ads in “discreet places.”

With a...

LG-Nitro

Bell Canada recently launched LG’s 720p HD smartphone, the LG Optimus LTE, said to one of the chief competitors of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.  The praises it received on the first day... of launch brought intrigue and high hopes that the LG contender would be brought stateside, and since both AT&T and Bell Canada share the same frequency, it was very possible. Much to our surpris...

htc-quad-core-tablet

HTC released the HTC Flyer as its single-core flagship tablet and the HTC Jetstream as its dual-core flagship.  What about its quad-core flagship?  A yet-unnamed HTC tablet bearing a quad-core... processor is reportedly in the pipeline and scheduled for release at the Media World Congress (MWC) 2012 next year.

Taiwanese news site Commercial Times reports that HTC is planning to release a qu...

lg-tv

Yes, Logitech is giving up on Google TV. But Logitech is only an accessories company anyway, and a company that isn’t that big in the TV market. LG on the other hand, is the 2nd biggest... TV manufacturer, and them joining the Google TV ecosystem could be a huge deal for Google TV and it could jumpstart its market. Rumors say that LG will announce a new device that’s running Google...

AT&T’s LG Nitro HD Specs

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AT&T seems to be taking Android seriously lately, especially if that means helping them promote their new LTE network. Since the iPhone doesn’t support LTE, AT&T will take the... Android phones that do support it, and run with them. One of the very first such devices is the LG Nitro HD, which is very similar to the LG phone that’s launching on Bell – the LG Optimu...

android-4-0-ice-cream-sandwich

Many were disappointed early this year when Google didn’t want to open source Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and for good reason. Google promised from the beginning that they will make and keep... Android open source. So far so good, but with Honeycomb they refused to do it. Their reasoning was that Honeycomb was only a tablet OS, that was also not very ready for the whole of the Internet to get...

htc-rezound

HTC doesn’t have a lot of strong brand phones, like the iPhone or Galaxy S II, or even the Nexus, which is Google’s brand, and I believe that is hurting their potential. That’s... especially true lately when they’ve been releasing phone after phone with little similarities between them. The Evo brand was pretty good, but it started to fade away, in part because of the reason...

Gone are the days of forgetting doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping lists, and daycare pick-up schedules. Today’s moms are smarter and more efficient than ever.

The Modern Mom... now more heavily relies on smartphone technology in running the household, making sure needs are met, errands and chores are done, and each family member is taken care of.

And, the Android mobi...

nick-dicarlo-demo-galaxy-nexus

Samsung’s Vice-President of Product Planning Nick DiCarlo went by the set of Fox Business Network last week to showcase (again) the unique features of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but left questions... about price and availability unanswered.

Although forewarned not to go ahead with a live demonstration of the phone’s Face Unlock feature, DiCarlo defied the warnings–and Face Unlock worked li...