Once upon a time cameraphones were a rarity and a camera wasn’t something people looked for in their phones. Fast forward to 2011 or so and pretty much every phone now comes with a camera. Naturally there’s been an evolution of camera technology, but the basic principle
Asus has really been taking hybrid devices quite seriously, and is among the first companies to release truly convertible and innovative devices. One of them was the Asus Taichi, an ultrabook slash tablet that included two screens and another was the PadFone 2, a tablet slash smartphone.
Windows 8 is the first real radical redesign of the most widely used operating system in the world. It was met with mixed reviews mainly because of the UI changes that are geared towards touchscreen devices. Yes, you can manage with a mouse, but it’s pretty obvious
Picture this, you’re out on the road with no access to a power point but desperately need to charge your mobile phone. If you have no backup options, you’ll just have to suck it up and pray that your phone lasts as long as possible. Pretty much
Wireless networks are quickly taking over as the norm as compared to earlier wired networks. 3G dongles are now increasingly common and pretty much any new mobile device is WiFi capable. If you have a laptop, you can easily connect to any wireless network and also shared
Quick, what’s the fastest phone on the planet right now? The recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4 isn’t it? If rumors about the Sony “Honami” turn out to be true, the Galaxy S4 could give up that title come Fall 2013. Sony is working on a new smartphone
Asus has launched its 7-inch tablet called Fonepad in the Indian market today. This is the first tablet from Asus with voice calling feature powered by an Intel processor. The Asus FonePad will be running on the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, and will sell
Many people were disappointed with the new Apple iPad camera quality and optical zoom. Usually the iPad photography can look little silly when you carry it in your hand to take pictures. But still it is too much fun, as most of us prefer Apple iPad to