HP’s latest attempt in the Android tablet market is one without showy announcement or publicity, given that the company favored a silent website launch for it instead. Along with ho-hum hardware for $170, the company’s choice for the device’s name also lack excitement: the new HP 8 tablet.
Today’s popular social networks are all about sharing your personal information to everyone. Some of us, however, are a bit wary of our digital privacy and would prefer mingling with online folks with a level of anonymity. This is where the new social app Banter comes in.
While most of MyPhone’s gadget launches have been in the form of mobile phones, the company also releases the occasional tablets. The latest of such is the 7.8-inch MyPhone Tierra MyPad 4, a quad-core 3G tablet for Php9,988.
As if the local market wasn’t already flooded with enough 8 inch iPad Mini-esque tablets, it appears that another one is about to join the mix. Kimstore, a popular online gray market seller, has just announced the availability of the Evo Litepad 8.
There are a lot of ways to transfer files from your Android device to your PC or Mac computer, but very few can beat the convenience of the new SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive. It’s a portable storage device with a USB 2.0 connector on one end and a micro-USB connector on the other.
HTC’s latest effort into the budget market is a smartphone that’s powered by a quad-core MediaTek processor (which is a first in the company’s product portfolio). The upcoming HTC Desire 310 is dual-SIM device with 4.5-inch display and entry-level specs.
The Facebook Messenger, the instant messaging offspring app of the most popular social network, can now be downloaded at the Windows Phone app store.
In about six months, the mobile space will have a device that’s capable of booting not just Android but Windows Phone OS as well. According to a report, Karbonn Mobiles plans to release such a dual OS phone by June in India.
MyPhone has yet another smartphone (perhaps the last) on display at its ongoing Youth Tech Congress. The new MyPhone Rio is also a 5-inch smartphone but differs itself from the other upcoming MyPhone devices by offering interchangeable back covers.
While the best of Samsung at MWC 2014 is pretty much represented by the Galaxy S5, the company has also introduced other products at the event. Two of these are the company’s new mobile processors—the Samsung Exynos 5422 Octa and Exynos 5260 Hexa.
Back when the original Galaxy Gear was launched, Samsung was touting it as the most advanced smartwatch to date. Of course, the awkwardness of implementation, kitchen sink approach, and expensive price tag made it a flop with consumers.