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  • News: HTC One X smartphone to launch on AT&T

    HTC joined AT&T at Mobile World Congress to launch the HTC One X smartphone on Sunday. It will run Android 4.0 and work over the carrier's 4G LTE network.

  • News: Hands On: LG Optimus 4X HD Quad-core Phone

    The LG Optimus 4X HD is LG’s first foray into the quadcore world. The 4X HD is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, but that’s not its only highlight. It also has a 4.7-inch display with a 1,280-by-720 pixel resolution. And yes, that display is gorgeous. And yes, the phone's fast.

  • News: First Look at LG's New Smartphones, Including the Optimus 4X HD Quad-Core

    LG's new Android smartphones all feature big screens and multi-core chipsets. LG today unveiled the Optimus 4X HD, the company’s first quad-core phone, a slimmer Optimus 3D Max, and a 5-inch "phablet," the LG Vu--all at an event keyed to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. We got to use themm and here are our early impressions of each.

  • News: Sony Shows Off Two New Xperia Phones at Mobile World Congress

    In a packed ballroom next to Barcelona’s Olympic stadium, Sony kicked off Mobile World Congress with two new Android phones, the Xperia P and the Xperia U. At CES 2012, Sony Ericsson rebranded itself under the Sony brand. The new line of phones under the Sony brand is are called Xperia NXT. We saw the first Xperia NXT phone, the Xperia S, at CES.

  • News: Sony adds two new phones to Xperia NXT line

    Sony on Sunday introduced two Android new phones into its NXT series, following the first phone in the series that it launched at CES earlier this year.

  • News: Huawei releases quad-core smartphone with its own processor

    Huawei has launched the Ascend D Quad family, which has an in-house developed quad-core processor, as the Chinese network equipment company tries to become a competitor in the high-end smartphone space.

  • News: First Look: Samsung's Galaxy Beam Android Phone with a Built-In Projector

    Samsung Sunday announced its first phone of Mobile World Congress (MWC), the Samsung Galaxy Beam, an Android smartphone with a built-in projector. The Galaxy Beam will be available globally in the second quarter of this year. MWC, which officially starts Monday in Barcelona, Spain, is the world's largest mobile show.

  • News: Samsung returns with a new projector phone

    Samsung has launched the Beam, an Android 2.3-based smartphone that comes with an integrated projector that can project a 50-inch high-definition image, the company said on Sunday.

  • News: Choose the Next Awesome Lego Set: Here Are the Best Ideas

    Earlier this month, Lego announced a new set based on the ridiculously popular indie game, Minecraft. But the idea for this set didn't come from a designer with the company; it came from a fan who submitted the idea to Lego Cuusoo.

  • News: Wage Hikes in China, Higher Tech Prices Here?

    For multinational corporations, China's appeal as the world's factory floor is obvious: dirt-cheap labor. But for consumers in the U.S. and the rest of the developed world, the benefits of Chinese manufacturing aren't as clear-cut. The rise of China as an industrial powerhouse has translated into lower prices for consumer goods -- including laptops, phones, and tablets -- but it has also played a major role in the dramatic loss of manufacturing jobs here.

  • News: Apple Soaring on Many Fronts as Thorny Worker Issue Fades

    Apple continues to impress in tablet and smartphone sales, it is making nice with social network behemoth Facebook and it is now solidly positioned as the world's biggest publicly traded company thanks to its meteoric stock price rise.

  • News: iPhone 5 to have micro-dock connector?

    Apple is rumoured to be ditching the 30-pin iOS dock connector for a much smaller connector in the next-generation iPhone.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Mr. iPhone goes to Washington

    The iPhone is on the rise in the nation's capital, while its dock-connector port may be on the way out. And is Apple stealthily entering the appliance market? The remainders for Friday, February 24, 2012 are moving on up.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor rollup for the week ending Feb. 24

    Beguiled by curvaceous images of yet another iPhone 5 'concept,' the iOSsphere contemplated a future where iPhone 5 has a smaller dock connector and a 3D screen, and replaces your credit card. Even though you’d be replacing it with something much larger and way heavier. You read it here second.

  • News: Android On Call: Hospital Builds Custom Mobile App for Patient Data

    Palomar Pomerado Health in San Diego built its own Android app for accessing real-time patient information, with Cisco Cius tablets providing the added bonus of voice and video. And an iOS version is coming up, stat.

  • News: 36 state AGs blast Google's privacy policy change

    Attorneys General from 36 states are concerned over the potential implications of Google's new privacy policy, especially for users of Android-powered smartphones.

  • News: Network operators get serious about Wi-Fi

    At Mobile World Congress, vendors and carriers will lay out a new future for Wi-Fi connectivity and services, one that's disciplined, convenient, reliable...and billable.

  • News: Dropbox Adds Automatic Photo Uploads

    Dropbox wants to be your online photo repository with a new feature that automatically uploads full-size copies of your snaps to Dropbox whether you're on a Mac or Windows PC, Android phone, or (coming soon) an iOS device.

  • News: Nokia biggest Windows Phone vendor in Q4, Strategy Analytics says

    Nokia shipped 900,000 Windows Phones during the fourth quarter, which was enough to become the world's number one Microsoft smartphone vendor, market research company Strategy Analytics said on Friday.

  • News: Apple's email services push up to German border, but no further


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