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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.
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.
After having kept a low profile at IFA 2012 this week, HTC finally announced this morning that it did, in fact, have one phone to reveal to us: the Desire X. Fitting perfectly into that “mid-range” smartphone category, the Desire X comes with a 4-inch 480 x 800 Super LCD display,
After announcing that they supposedly had the phone, the Korean paper ‘Seoul Newspaper’ has revealed specs on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note II, which will be officially unveiled later this week in Germany
Huawei is to launch its super-slim Ice Cream Sandwich handset, the Ascend P1, in the UK next month, the company has announced. The phone will come free to customers on Vodafone for £26 per month.
Driving the Huawei Ascend P1 is a 1.5GHz TI OMAP 4460 Cortext-A9 dual-core processor, while a PowerVR SGX chip handles graphics duties. RAM wise, there’s 1GB, which is pretty good.
HTC will launch a follow up tablet to the Flyer in the UK.
The Taiwanese firm predominantly makes smartphones but a spokesperson for HTC told PC Advisor a tablet will ‘definitely’ arrive. It’s not clear when this will happen but it will be the first tablet from HTC to launch in the UK since May last year.
For as long as its been around, Instagram has been of those only-on-your-smartphone sort of things. In fact, the only thing you could do outside the application was view images. And that was only if you had a link!
Well. Now you can actually add comments and like those images — from your browser!