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Poll: Which smartphone OS are you on?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 19, 2010

The leadership in the smartphone market is still open for debate and the number haven't really solidified. At least now, we've got over half a dozen contenders. So, which smartphone OS are you currently running on? We've got a lot of promising ones right now and despite the marketing advantage of the Android OS and the iPhone OS, there are still more challengers out there. Here's our choice for this week's poll: Android OS BlackBerry OS iPhone OS Symbian OS WinMo Palm OS Please submit your votes on the poll section at the sidebar or leave a comment to qualify…

Poll: What’s your smartphone budget like?

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: June 27, 2011

Been talking to a number of phone manufacturers lately regarding the smartphone market and how price-sensitive FIlipinos are. I threw out some numbers and wanted to get some more feedback from my readers here and see if I'm within the ballpark figure. I'm putting it out as a poll on the right side navigation column but feel free to leave a comment to qualify your answer. Our poll for this week -- what's your smartphone budget like? a) I can only afford smartphones under Php10k. b) Between Php10k to Php15k is my preferred budget. c) I can go up to…

LG announces a new laser focus assisted smartphone

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: August 27, 2014

LG G3's laser focus is now being borrowed by a new LG smartphone with a rather confusing name. This is the LG Gx2, a new Android device from the Korean manufacturer. The LG Gx2 is a 5.7" 720p smartphone with an 8-megapixel laser focus assisted shooter. Though it may not sound much, at least the 8MP camera can boast faster focus time compared to other similar sensors. The rest of the specifications include a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 8GB internal memory, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and a large 3,200mAh. The SRP and availability of the new LG smartphone remain…

Roccat Skeltr gaming keyboard for smartphone

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: August 22, 2014

Roccat's new gaming keyboard concept, the Skeltr, includes a smartphone dock to add better gaming experience. The Roccat Skeltr has an additional section that allows for a sliding rail with a rotating holster fit to enable any size smartphone or tablet. The smartphone is connected to the keyboard via Bluetooth and should allow it to do normal functions like SMS, calls and many more via the keyboard. The Roccat Skeltr will be showcased in Gamescom this month so we won't know the retail price until then. {via}

VAIO smartphone to arrive March 12 w/ 64-bit CPU, Android Lollipop

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: February 27, 2015

It looks like a VAIO-branded smartphone is currently in the pipeline and should arrive early next month according to Japan Communications. This handset is said to carry midrange specs like a 5-inch HD display, a 64-bit processor, while running on Android 5.0 out of the box. VAIO (JCI VA-10J) initial specs: 5-inch HD display @ 1280 x 720 resolution 1.2GHz 64-bit Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor 2GB RAM 16GB storage 13MP rear camera 5MP front camera Single-SIM Android Lollipop The phone should be officially launched on March 12, but we may get a glimpse of it this coming MWC 2015 during the first…

Cherry Mobile to intro new Android One smartphone

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: August 3, 2015

Cherry Mobile has posted a new photo on their Facebook page which teases the release of a new Android One smartphone. Cherry Mobile didn't disclose specs of the upcoming Android One smartphone aside from the photo below. As you can see the smartphone's camera is now centered and comes with a dual-LED flash. It's still a dual-SIM device and can be expected to run the latest Android Lollipop version. As for the release, we were informed that it will launch on August 10, Monday, so stay tuned. source: Cherry Mobile FB

Belkin’s coffeemaker can connect with your smartphone

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: November 12, 2014

Our smartphone has become a centerpiece of lifestyle. It has the ability to connect to our TVs, house lights, watches, fitness trackers, cameras, and even kitchen appliances. Like the Mr. Coffee from Belkin. The Mr. Coffee 10-Cup Smart Optimal Brew Coffeemaker with WeMo allows you to schedule, monitor and modify your brew straight from your smartphone. And the good thing, it all happens within your Wi-Fi network, no more pesky Bluetooth pairing. According to Belkin, Mr. Coffee can give you fresh coffee as soon as you get off your bed with its scheduler and the water temperature is "ideal for…

Special Edition Fallout 4 comes with a smartphone Pip-Boy

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: June 15, 2015

If you've been following the popular Fallout franchise then you're surely familiar with the wrist-computer Pip-Boy (Personal Information Processor-Boy). Bethesda is including this unique gizmo for your smartphone when you purchase the special edition Fallout 4. This "game-like" arm gadget has its own wearable sleeve where you can slide your smartphone into. Interestingly, it comes with its own app which is available for Android and iOS users. Just launch the app, slide it inside the sleeve, and wear it to experience your very own Pip-Boy. The company is also set to announce Fallout Shelter which is another iOS app that lets…

Cheap DIY rig turns your smartphone into a microscope

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: October 24, 2013

Macro photography offers a glimpse into the unseen world that some of us don't even know exist. Unfortunately, it often requires pricey equipment in order to get super close to the subject we want to photograph. That’s why Instructable member Yoshinok came up with an inexpensive DIY contraption that allows users to take pictures with up to 175x magnification using only with their smartphone – thus making it a cheap alternative for costly microscopes. Here’s a short video that shows you how to make one, as well as the tools/parts you need for this rig. Looks pretty easy right? And…

Smartphone adoption in PH will triple in 2015 says research firm

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: August 5, 2014

OnDevice Research, a UK-based research firm that specializes in trends in mobile research, has recently published a report that reflects the current trend in the Philippines and the company predicts that there will be big jump in smartphone usage next year, making our country as one of fastest growing smartphone market in Southeast Asia. As you can see on the image above, our country currently lags behind its neighboring countries in terms of smartphone penetration. But Oxford Business Group thinks that that’s about to change in 2015 and the team expects that the total smartphone penetration will grow by three…