06
Jan
2011

Thunderbolt Delivers style and speed on verizon wireless’ 4g LTE network

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

MotorolaAt the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Verizon Wireless and HTC today unveiled its newest 4G smartphone, the HTC ThunderBolt, one of the world’s first 4G LTE Android smartphones, coming soon exclusively to the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network. Taking advantage of Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network and the intuitiveness of the HTC Sense user experience, HTC ThunderBolt is one of the first smartphones to integrate Skype mobile with video calling. Rather than relying on a standalone application, a Skype mobile with video call can be made as easily as a standard voice call – with features like presence icons that indicate the availability status of friends built into the standard contacts list. A front-facing camera enables simple video calling, and the 4.3 inch display brings friends and family into clear focus.

 
06
Jan
2011

Sony Ericsson launches Xperia arc

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Written by Hrvoje Jakovac   

NokiaSony Ericsson today unveils the new Xperia™ arc smartphone with cutting edge Sony technology and an exceptional multimedia experience on the latest version of the Android™ platform - 2.3. Xperia™ arc is the first of a new generation of Xperia smartphones to be announced in 2011.Bert Nordberg, President, Sony Ericsson said, “We’re starting strong in 2011 by introducing our most exciting Xperia™ product yet. Xperia™ arc combines state-of-the-art Sony technology with breathtaking design to entertain and wow consumers. All on the latest Android™ release.”

 
05
Jan
2011

Motorola Mobility and Orange UK Announce Motorola ATRIX™, the Future of Mobile Computing

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Written by Hrvoje Jakovac   

Motorola Motorola Mobility, Inc. and Orange UK today announced Motorola ATRIX, which unleashes the power of the smartphone like never before. Motorola’s revolutionary webtop application makes Motorola ATRIX the only smartphone to carry the power of mobile computing inside your pocket. Designed to bring unprecedented computing capabilities to your smartphone, Motorola’s webtop application runs a full Mozilla Firefox 3.6 browser and supports Adobe® Flash® Player to open up all the rich graphics, animations and video on the web. Motorola ATRIX includes a dual core processor with each core running at 1 GHz, delivering up to two GHz of processing power, and 1 GB of RAM. Put simply, Motorola ATRIX is the world’s most powerful smartphone.

 

 
05
Jan
2011

Motorola Mobility and T-Mobile Announce Motorola CLIQ 2

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

Motorola Motorola Mobility, Inc., (NYSE: MMI), and T-Mobile USA today announced the upcoming availability of Motorola CLIQ 2 with MOTOBLUR, a 3.7-inch touch-screen smartphone with a slide-out keypad that allows users to play hard and work hard. CLIQ 2 is the latest example of the powerful devices you can expect from Motorola that combine Android software and MOTOBLUR social connectivity, with the addition of new business-ready functionality.

 

 
05
Jan
2011

LG Optimus 2X review

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

Having worked with NVIDIA for the better part of the past eight or so years, I believe I've gotten to a point where I know this company and its products rather well. It's been years, but pretty much everything's gone through hands of the crew here - from various VGA's to motherboards and server-related products. But when I first heard about Tegra, I was a bit surprised. The fact that NVIDIA was moving towards mobile business wasn't such a surprise, but the way they chose to do so - kind of was. And the way was - let's start off by delivering the best.

 
03
Dec
2010

HTC Surround review

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

MotorolaMicrosoft launched its mobile version of Windows recently and - a couple of Windows Phone 7 devices are on the market. One of these is HTC's Surround, a very solid WP7-based phone that will show us what the platform can do - right now. It's been awhile since - software-wise - Microsoft offered something substantionally new to its partners on the mobile market so - let's check it out.

 
01
Nov
2010

Huawei S7 review

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Written by Josip Brombauer   

This was one of first tablets which hit the martket after the now-famous iPad, and of course one of first Android-based tablets available to buy instantly. Specifications seems OK at first glance - Android 2.1, 7“ LED-backlit touchscreen seems large enough, yet not as large to carry around as 10“ tablets, Snapdragon, 256 RAM, 8GB internal SD storage,accelerometer, webcam, 3G, WLAN, 8.1 Wh battery. So, it seems that Huawei included everything needed for portable fun. Let's check it out.

 
25
Oct
2010

HTC Desire review

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Written by Josip Brombauer   

HTC Desire was one of the first Android devices with 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, which should make it super-fast on Android 2.1 And it did! We got it among first when it hit the market, and first impression was 'whoo, fast', and we noticed capacitive touchscreen quality is really good. High resolution, sharp picture, great feeling while typing and fast response, and above all realistic colors. Desire was a pleasure to use from the very start so - let's see what our other impressions were.

 
23
Oct
2010

HP Envy 17" review

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

HP Envy 17If we were to put it in one sentence – this laptop is heavily MacBook Pro influenced in terms of design, color choices and quite a few details. But it's a beast nevertheless, and a beautiful one at that. Newer model that came out recently (Envy 17 3D) uses NVIDIA's 3D Vision and 120Hz screen to give you the 3D experience on the laptop and – this is quite a popular trend nowadays, with Toshiba, ASUS and others coming with similar models.

 
20
Oct
2010

Nokia 5230 XpressMusic review

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Written by Hrvoje Jakovac   

Smartphone for the massesToday we will talk about Nokia 5230 XpressMusic  smart phone who comes from well known music family. Nokia 5230 is cheaper entry-point and looks almost identical to its big brother 5800 Xpressmusic  but as its name says it comes stripped away with some major functions like wifi, flash, weaker camera and not to say no memory card included and USB data cable.

 


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