Archive for June, 2006

Ubuntu for Android: Everything You Need To Know

Everything you need to know about getting Ubuntu up and running on your Nexus Ubuntu Phone is finally here, thanks to the recent launch of the developer preview. Although it runs on Android hardware, this new software is an entirely different operating system, offering a gesture-based menu, a totally unique layout and – possibly most […]

The History of Mobile Phones: 1973 to 2007

All the mobile phones that mattered from the first Nokia handset right up to the iPhone 3G On the 40th anniversary of the first mobile phone call, we take a look at the history of mobile phones from 1973 up until 2007. The world’s first mobile phone call was made on April 3, 1973, when […]

BlackBerry Q10 costs ?579.99 – that’s way too much!

The BlackBerry Q10 costs more than the iPhone 5, Google Nexus 4, and HTC One. That’s insane. And here’s why… BlackBerry is in the process of attempting something of a comeback. The company formerly known as RIM launched the BlackBerry Z10, an all-touch affair, alongside BlackBerry 10 in January.? Initial sales are said to be […]

HTC said to be prepping Windows tablet

HTC is apparently considering a move back into the tablet space with a Windows 8-powered device HTC is reportedly looking at releasing a Windows 8-powered tablet device, its first since the ill-fated Android-powered HTC Flyer.? The news comes via Focus Taiwan, which is reporting that HTC will launch a Windows 8-powered slate with a Full […]

ARM Cortex-A57 not hitting mass production

ARM’s Cortex-A57 architecture isn’t quite ready for mass production yet, the company has revealed ARM’s Herculean-sounding Cortex-A57 chip has been reported as ready for mass production, but word direct from the hardware maker says that this isn’t actually the case. Earlier in the week, ARM released a press release announcing it had ‘taped out’ its […]