This continues the review of the feature-packed Lenovo IdeaPhone K900, where we touch on the camera, software, performance, battery life and of course the final verdict.
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China PC-maker Lenovo isn’t a brand typically associated with smartphones. The leading PC brand in China first ventured into the smartphone race in 2012. Marketed as “LePhone” in its home country and “IdeaPhone” outside of China, the brand has quickly become the world’s third largest smartphone maker (Gartner, Q3 2013). Impressive. Courtesy of Lenovo Malaysia, I was loaned a unit […]
ASUS continues to experiment with new form factors, with its latest effort being the Transformer Book Trio – a new breed of ultraportable that is part tablet, notebook and desktop PC. The Transformer Book Trio also has the unique ability to switch between Windows 8 and Android at a press of a button. Unmatched flexibility.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 13.10 “Saucy Salamander”, the latest update of the Linux distribution that is the first ‘true’ release of Ubuntu Touch for mobile devices. Ubuntu Touch is supported by a number of Android smartphones, currently the GALAXY Nexus and Nexus 4.
Sony Mobile‘s sexy new flagship, the Sony Xperia Z1 has certainly been one of the highlights of 2013. And now the electronics giant is giving consumers around the globe a chance to win the device via an online contest.
Hack-In-The-Box‘s 11th Annual HITB Security Conference 2013 kicks off today and part of its list of interesting events is the HackWEEKDAY 24-hour hackathon supported by the likes of Microsoft, Mozilla and Facebook. Proudly local startup MyTeksi is supporting homegrown innovation by providing rebated taxi rides to the conference.
China smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi unveiled its latest flagship device last month. Subsequently, the first batch of 100,000 Mi3 smartphones were snapped up in 86 seconds after they were released earlier today.
Here’s something for the smartphone-totting foodie – the ultimate app that will help you find the best places to eat, browse menus and find latest promotions and contact information of restaurants. The proudly Malaysian-made app is called My Diner Network, a brainchild of ITGeeks Studio, an up-and-coming IT solutions company based in the Klang Valley.
Samsung‘s global communications platform ChatON, has reached a global subscriber base of over 100 million users. Launched in October 2011, the service hit the 50 million mark in May 2013, subsequently doubling to 100 million just four months later.
In an unprecedented move, two technology giants – Intel and Samsung have come together to launch the new Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 10.1 LTE (P5220) tablet, now powered by the Intel Atom Z2560 processor (“Clover Trail+”). The new tablet also comes integrated with Intel’s XMM 6262 3G modem or XMM 7160 4G LTE solution.
Google is bringing the Cloud Developer Challenge to 6 regions across the world, where winners will stand to win prizes that include Android devices and up to US$20,000.
The much-anticipated release of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for Android and iPhone app hit a roadblock on Saturday, as the official build of the Android app never made it to the Google Play Store. This however, did not stop a leaked build from floating around cyberspace.