Motorola RAZR MAXX

No matter what features your Android smartphone has, one thing it could always use is a bigger battery! The Motorola RAZR MAXX helps to address this.. if you live in China. See original here: Motorola RAZR MAXX  Read More →

Retro: Apple iPhone

The original Apple iPhone is five years old this year. We take a look at this iconic smartphone and the enormous impact that it had on the market. See the rest here: Retro: Apple iPhone  Read More →

Dude. Your Tattoo is Ringing.

Is a ringing tattoo taking technology too far? A recent patent filing by Nokia raises some interesting questions about just how far your should go with your gadgets. View original post here: Dude. Your Tattoo is Ringing.  Read More →

JCB Launch their next generation Toughphones

JCB’s range of handsets has a reputation as being tough as nails, and now their new range even includes an Android smartphone. Original post: JCB Launch their next generation Toughphones  Read More →

Samsung Galaxy Pocket

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket is a compact and cheap addition to Samsung’s Android family. But is there really any point to this device, or does it just add to the muddle? Original post: Samsung Galaxy Pocket  Read More →

Apple iPad 3

Perhaps not quite the revolution that some people were expecting, but the Apple iPad 3 improves the old iPad all around and will be very tough to beat. Go here to read the rest: Apple iPad 3  Read More →

Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2

Not a smartphone, but a mini tablet that’s a bit simpler and quite a lot cheaper. But is there really a market for something like the Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2? Read more from the original source: Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2  Read More →

LG Optimus L3

A compact and attractive smartphone, the LG Optimus L3 is a pretty low end device despite its good looks. Can it appeal to a niche market? Read the original: LG Optimus L3  Read More →

February 2012 Roundup

February 2012 was a busy month for new releases because of the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, with most manufacturers demonstrating new products. Excerpt from: February 2012 Roundup  Read More →

Pansonic ELUGA Power

Panasonic’s second recent handset announcement, the Panasonic ELUGA Power is a powerful device with a big screen, and it is waterproof too. View post: Pansonic ELUGA Power  Read More →

ASUS PadFone

The ASUS PadFone forms part of a clever combination of a smartphone and a tablet, but there is a price to pay for such technical trickery. Read the original: ASUS PadFone  Read More →

Orange Santa Clara

What will be possibly the first Intel-based Android smartphone to market, the Orange Santa Clara looks like a very capable thing to have in your pocket. More here: Orange Santa Clara  Read More →

Nokia Asha 302

A low cost messaging phone, the Nokia Asha 302 packs in some seriously useful features, including support for Microsoft Exchange email systems. See the rest here: Nokia Asha 302  Read More →

LG Optimus 4X HD

On the face of it, the four-plus-one-core LG Optimus 4X HD should be a game changer for this troubled Korean giant. But can LG actually pull it off? Original post: LG Optimus 4X HD  Read More →


HTC’s new flagship smartphone, the HTC One X has a large screen and a quad core processor. But is it perhaps just a little too much? More here: HTC One X  Read More →