At the recent launch of the LG Optimus 4X in Mumbai, where their flagship device launched with Android 4.0, one version behing the latest Android 4.1, friend-of-the-blog @NikhilPai asked LG about when the phone would be updated to Jelly Bean. The folks from LG said, in his words “About Jelly Bean, LG says Google is releasing
So, another Mobile World Congress comes to a close, and another round of devices for us to desire, save up, rationalize and justify buying for ourselves have been released into the wild.
On Friday, Nokia announced that their new Smartphone OS of choice, is going to be Windows Phone 7. As such, reactions broke out throughout the blogosphere, from Nokia Enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike. Mostly negative though, as the Finnish Giant’s share dropped by 10 Percent, dipping to 16% at one point before settling at -14% on
Here’s a fun little graphic on “The Worst Time to buy an iPhone” and “The Worst Time to Buy an Android Phone“. Heh kinda true. [via DesignDare]
What exactly is Digital Convergence??? There are some words which automatically make you look cool in the *Geek World* once said, and one such word always right on top is CONVERGENCE! Well, I will not talk about convergence in life at a Macro level, but I will talk about Digital Convergence here. Gadgets are breaking
A London based design studio, Penney Design has created a series of spoof images of the popular mobile game, Angry Birds. While these images are quite similar in look and feel to physics based games of the 90s, we’re still hoping Rovio takes note for a special 90’s version maybe? I mean how much fun
Here’s an informative little infographic from Wilson Electronics that shows some interesting results for a recent survey they carried out.
The other day, I was looking for a Case Mate cover for my Nokia E72. Case Mate makes pretty good covers in Hard, only back in hard and Silicon. I went to some very big shops. Most of them had Case Mate covers. But peculiarly, most of them had those covers for only iPhone and
Apart from announcing the new Nokia C2-01 and X2-01, Nokia also explained their new device-naming conventions in a blog post today.
As those of you who follow me on Twitter might know, last week, I had the immense pleasure of visiting Tokyo.