Yesterday saw the announcement of HTC’s latest flagship device – the HTC One. Despite all the critical acclaim and the abundant fanfare, the One X just didn’t seem to be able to take a bite into the 2012 smartphone market, undoubtedly the cause of the nosediving revenue HTC had seen over the last twelve months. That all seems like it’s about to change though, with.
Are you now using your PC less? According to a recent report from the NPD Group research firm, us computer owners are now spending more and more time using our mobile phones and tablets for tasks that could have otherwise been done on a computer. 37 percent of respondents to the survey said that they are transitioning multiple different tasks to their tablets and smartphones, with Internet.
Samsung’s latest commercial is here, featuring James Franco, the ultimate multitasker, – actor, director, writer, artist and now photographer. In the video, James takes us on a guide through the various hazardous pitfalls that threaten the unwavering eye of the budding photographer each day – including the Photo Bomber, the Me-Too, the Instant Viral, the Lost at Sea, the Eyes Wide Shut.
In today’s world of technology and new places being more accessible than ever before, a portable sat-nav is a necessity many of us will have. For others though, their large size makes them impractical. So what about a sat-nav app on your smartphone, something you always have on you? TomTom has launched its ‘TomTom does the Robot’ campaign to announce the arrival.
Nokia officially unveiled its latest Windows Phone 8 smartphone today, the Lumia 620. Clearly aimed at the budget-range market, the phone is equipped with a 3.8 inch screen, a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor and Nokia’s ClearBlack display to improve the viewing experience outdoors in bright sunlight. The phone also comes with 512MB of RAM and a 5-megapixel camera and a VGA front-facing.