If at first you donâ€™t succeed, try, try, try again. Best Buy announced on Monday that customers who purchase an HP or Compaq laptop, desktop or all-in-one computer can opt to purchase an HP TouchPad tablet for an additional $149. The deal, which gives a small breath of life to a tablet that Read the Rest of the story [...]
Glasses-free 3D displays for smartphones and tablets aren’t exactly anything new, but Chimei Innolux (otherwise known as CMI) has devised a novel twist for its latest 4.3-inch screen. Not only does it boast a high 720p resolution, but it employs a new “cell gap” process that displays a standard 2D image when Read the Rest of the story [...]
T-Mobile announced on Monday that two affordable Android phones, the myTouch and the myTouch Q, will launch on November 2nd for $80 a piece after a $50 mail-in rebate and with a new two-year contract. The myTouch is equipped with a 3.8-inch display, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera capable of Read the Rest of the story [...]
Do mobile sites matter? Google thinks they do. In fact, the company has introduced GoMo, a “Google Initiative” aimed at bringing you over to its side. The site contains information driving this point home, resources to help you go mobile and an emulator to let you know how your site looks on mobile Read the Rest of the story [...]
As promised, our favorite cigar smoking, wise cracking first-person protagonist has hit the Android Market, and it didn’t even take 15 years. The mobile version of the classic FPS is available now for Android 1.6 and up (that’s according to the Market listing — its producers recommend 2.1 and up), courtesy of Tapjoy and Read the Rest of the story [...]
Here’s one for all you gmail users. You have the option to be notified of only the first e-mail in a thread, or with each sequential message of the thread, depending on how often you like to be bugged I like to be notified of each email in the thread because Read the Rest of the story [...]
Samsung and AT&T this morning announced the carrier’s first LTE smartphones — the Android 2.3.5-powered Galaxy S II Skyrocket and HTC Vivid.
In addition to sporting Gingerbread (and we’d fully expect it to get an update to Ice Cream Sandwich next year), the Skyrocket has a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Read the Rest of the story [...]