Sunday, 16 September 2012

Galaxy S III crosses the 20 million sales mark in 100 days

By on 22:45

Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S III smartphone has crossed the 20 million sales mark worldwide. This feat is made more impressive by the fact that the phone managed to do so in 100 days or around three months.

New Sony Media apps won't come to the 2011 Xperia range

By on 22:36

The 2011 Xperia line-up of phones was lucky enough to get updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (sans the Xperia PLAY, that is), but it appears it will be left out of the new Sony Media apps fun.

Nano-SIM cards now shipping to carriers

By on 22:32

The nano-SIM standard became official just this year and all rumors suggests the next-gen iPhone to be the first device using it.
Just like the micro-SIM slot used for the first time in the iPhone 4, the nano-SIM just feels right for the next iPhone.

Watch the Nokia Windows Phone 8 event here

By on 22:30

The long-awaited Nokia and Microsoft event is finally upon us. The huge number of leaks over the past few weeks indicate that everyone is eager to see what Nokia's first WP8-powered smartphones look like.

Apple iPhone 5 pre-orders start, ships September 21

By on 22:25

Just as promised at the iPhone 5 announcement event, Apple made the smartphone available for pre-order from its website today.

Motorola DROID RAZR M available now, starting at $50

By on 22:23

The Motorola DROID RAZR M is the first of the new RAZR family to become available - you can get it right now online or from Verizon.
The phone offers a 4.3" screen in a package about the same size as the new iPhone 5, a dual-core Krait processor at 1.5GHz, plus a battery that's "40% more powerful than the iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S".

Apple releases camera sample images from the new iPhone 5

By on 22:17

One of the key features that Apple chose to talk about during the iPhone 5 keynote yesterday was the camera. The camera on the iPhone 4S was already impressive and if Apple is to be believed, the one on the iPhone 5 is even better.