December 28, 2011

ShopSavvy knows what Santa is bringing you this year


Big in Japan, developers of the popular comparison shopping app ShopSavvy, have put together an interesting little infographic of top gifts for 2011.  According to the data they've compiled these last few weeks, there are some very specific and hot items being compared and/or purchased through the app.  In fact, as they see it, there are enough telling signs to forecast the stocking stuffers for various members of your family. Here's what they find to be the most popular products being … [Read more...]

Motorola Explains the Process Behind Bringing Android 4.0 to their Handsets


As soon as Google announced Ice Cream Sandwich, Android users everywhere began asking, “when can I get it on my phone?” While most major carriers have committed to getting the update out to many of the big-name devices currently on the market, we are still quite a way off from getting Android 4.0 on any currently available phone. Why? Motorola addresses the issue head on, detailing their process for getting a new Android update prepped and beamed out to users. Motorola has divided the … [Read more...]

DaVinci Shows Up In Tegra Zone – Bringing Renaissance Style Online First Person Shooting Jan 2012


  The world’s first full Tegra 3 title has popped up in Nvidia’s Tegra Zone today, DaVinci THD. We told you guys about the DaVinci a few weeks back but then, we only had the PC version to go off of. It looks like the game has been making some headway with newly released screenshots following its listing in the Tegra Zone. So what kinda game are we looking at here? Well, DaVinci is an online FPS with that allows you to go head-to-head with other players in a variety of game modes. … [Read more...]

Lenovo Also Bringing a 5 Inch Device


  Following rumors that Lenovo would be bringing a 10.1 inch tablet under the LePad brand, it appears a 5 inch tablet is in the works. It, too, will be marketed under the LePad brand in China and the IdeaTab brand elsewhere. There was no word on whether or not this device would be a phone+tablet hybrid despite the speaker-looking thing up at the top near the front-facing camera. The device has microUSB and micro HDMI as well, but no other specs can be confirmed. We’d imagine a … [Read more...]

Samsung and T-Mobile Bringing a Very White Christmas with White Samsung Galaxy S II


  While black is the popular color for the US carriers’ versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II, T-Mobile and Samsung want to shake things up a bit and add to the snowy landscapes of the winter months with a white Samsung Galaxy S II. They won’t have more information regarding availability, but it should definitely be here before January 1st. Take a look at the image above and look out for it soon. They didn’t state whether or not this would be identical to their existing … [Read more...]

Bridea Corp Bringing Renaissance Themed MMOFPS “Davinci Online” To Tegra 3 Devices


  Good ‘ol fashioned MMOFPS’s (massive multiplayer online first-person shooter) are hard to come by. Whether it’s for your console, PC or mobile device — it may be hard to think of one off the top of your head. Korean game developer, Bridea, has been hard at work making their own MMOFPS titled Davinci Online. The game, formerly known as Project Renaissance, is currently slated for an early 2012 release for the PC and it seems the Korean developer may have plans to bring their … [Read more...]

AT&T Bringing LTE to New York City “Very Soon”


  On Sunday AT&T will light up their 4G LTE service in four new cities — Boston, Baltimore, Washington D.C., and Athens, GA — but a major market still remains absent from the list. New York City seems like an obvious choice for the initial rollout of a next-gen network, but as we’ve seen in the past with Sprint’s WiMAX and Verizon’s own LTE service, the size and nature of the city with its heaven-reaching skyscrapers typically keeps the Big Apple out of the equation. But … [Read more...]

Sprint Bringing The 4G – Readies 12 LTE Devices For 2012 and LTE-Advanced For 2013


  If you’re a Sprint customer, you may have found yourself recently looking for new reasons to stick with the carrier after their “Season of Change” removed a lot of customer perks. As most of you have already heard, ‘Ol Yeller is getting their new LTE network set up for next year but what you may not have known is the carrier is also planning on rolling out an LTE-Advanced network for the first half of 2013, with voice over LTE (VoLTE) devices scheduled in the first quarter of … [Read more...]

Chillingo Bringing A Handful of Mega-Hit iOS Games To Android


  Chillingo has been publishing some of the iPhone’s and iPad’s biggest, mega-hit applications and they’re finally looking to bring some of that good ‘ol fun to the Android Market. Chillingo Co-General Manager Chris Byatte said in a statement, “Android’s install base is steadily rising and we are working with our talented indie developers to bring fun, entertaining titles to this expanding platform,” With new Android devices popping up every other day, you’re darn right … [Read more...]

Asus Transformer 2 Bringing Quad-Core to the Masses November 7?


  For tablet fans eager to see how NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor performs, the wait might not be much longer. Next week, ASUS chairman Jonney Shih will take the stage at the AsiaD conference, joined by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. The joint appearance lends credence to rumors that have surfaced pinning the launch of the ASUS Transformer 2 to November 7th. Along with the potential release date, Tabletowo also provided a set of leaked spec, which confirmed the Transformer 2′s Tegra 3 … [Read more...]

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