Vizio was founded eight years ago with the goal of undercutting prices and taking over the television industry. With their strategy of designing TVs in the US and manufacturing them in China, they quickly became the go-to brand for a cheap television. Since then, Vizio has risen from being a bargain basement brand to making [...]Read more
So you’re sitting at home (or perhaps Cloud Nine) with your new iPhone: it’s syncing, you’re delighted, and Santa Clause came to your house for an early Christmas snack. But suddenly, everything turns yellow? Apparently, this phenomena has already tormented a few unlucky iPhone 4 owners. According to a number of reports, it seems that [...]Read more
Google Voice is now available to the masses meaning you no longer need an invite. So anybody who needs a phone number to connect all their phone numbers for a low-price cost of free, it looks like you’re in luck.
Although, I didn’t have a problem sending into Google asking for an invite the day Google [...]
For a phone called Evo (for evolution), an ad that talks up all of mankind’s achievements (until now of course) seems like a pretty good idea.
There’s not much more to this story other than the ensuing YouTube video, but it’s pretty cool, so you should check it out, after the break.
Remember when Google announced the Nexus One (N1)? Do you recall that it was the fastest, most powerful Android phone available? Google fanboys exclaimed that it was “the first superphone ever!“ And then Google explained to the world that it would sell the phone exclusively online (http://www.google.com/phone)?
Well, in retrospect, it’s safe to say that the plan [...]
Yesterday, Microsoft announced the Kin series of phones, formerly known as ‘Project Pink.’ The Kin One and Kin Two are the brainchildren of Microsoft’s acquisition of Danger a few years back. These two new phones aim to “socially connect people”, specifically teenagers. They’re based off of Windows Mobile 7, but have a special UI (much like what [...]Read more
I’ve been following Microsoft’s Project Pink since it was just a code name. Pink was supposed to save Microsoft’s phone division. It was supposed to be its holy grail, its fountain of youth. As it gets closer to today’s unveiling, however, it seems more and more like another Microsoft dud, another Vista, another Zune. In other [...]Read more
As you know, Windows Phone 7 Series is Microsoft’s new mobile OS.
But what you may not know is Microsoft’s push into the ever-expanding smartphone market just got a little less choppy: the name of the OS is now just Windows Phone 7.
To be honest, no one really liked the old name: it was too long, [...]
It’s finally here! The Motorola Droid, Verizon Wireless’s flagship Android device, got the highly vaunted Android 2.1 update. Well, some phones at least. At noon today (March 30th), 1,000 people received a notification urging “the lucky ones” to download the update; it seems 9,000 more people will receive the notification by midnight tonight.
After those lucky [...]
When the Windows Phone 7 Series (WP7S) developer tools were released, Microsoft knew that some really cool things were bound to be developed.
Today, we got a glimpse of the OS running on an HTC HD2 thanks to these tools. The Russian developers as well as HTCPedia claim that everything works fine (except for an reprehensible [...]
Today marked the start of CTIA 2010.
It was a long day, full of announcements, keynotes, speeches, romance… well, OK, not romance. But if you were wondering what went down, we’ve got you covered.
The Day One Keynote featured Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, who spoke about all the advancements the [...]