Articles tagged ‘android’
Months after the release of the new version of 3DMark benchmark for desktop and notebook GPUs, Futuremark recently launched 3DMark for Android devices. Here is our take on the new application.
What Facebook introduced today is neither a new phone nor OS but a new app that offers deeper social integration into your mobile device.
Last night, Samsung launched the smaller sibling of the Galaxy S III. The Galaxy S III Mini features the same "designed for humans" philosophy and promises the same powerful performance and function at a new sense of form and style. Read on for the full event coverage.
As 2013 begins, we take a look back at some of the last year's top products, from the best games and apps, to the best headphones, notebooks, televisions, and much more. If it was worth mentioning for 2012, you'll find it in here!
HardwareZone.com.ph had an interview with Mantosh Malhotra, Qualcomm’s Country Head for the Philippine market. In the said interview, he put emphasis on Qualcomm’s position in the local mobile communications scene.
Bolstering its presence in the local mobile device scene, Starmobile staged its first dealers convention. At the event, the company pointed out its achievements and products, both current and upcoming, that helped in establishing the brand in the country.
Located in different countries, Trend Micro's TrendLabs sites are where malicious threats are being received, identified, and analyzed daily. Trend Micro recently gave us a tour of its TrendLabs facility in the Philippines to give us a quick look at its 24/7 operation.
The MoveTab MA900 and the MoveTab MA1000 are new tablet models in the market. Now available in Gadget in Style stores nationwide, these tablets are on offer with decent features at prices not greater than PhP 8,000.
HTC flew the HWM and HardwareZone Philippines team all the way to Singapore last Friday for the company’s latest big event, during which its two new “hero” smartphones, along with three more appealing new models, were introduced.
This year, NVIDIA chose Bangkok, Thailand as the ideal venue to highlight some of its accomplishments in various fields, besides desktop and mobile GPUs, by showcasing products that are already out and upcoming.
- Canon Introduces 200-400mm f/4L Telephoto Lens with Built-in 1.4x Extender
- Shure Announces Flagship Quad-driver SE846 In-ear Monitors
- SM Aura Premier Opens Today, Comes with a Lineup of Electronics Stores to Choose From
- Canon Launches a Slew of Network Cameras in the Philippines
- Apple iPhone 5S Rumored to Get Major Hardware Improvements
- Improved Gmail Lets You Do Actions Directly from Inbox
- Blaupunkt Lets You Share Your Music With Style Headphones
- Google Confirms Own Edition of Samsung Galaxy S4 at Google I/O