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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Apple revealed "The new iPad"

Today is the day. Apple introduced their newest tablet. And while several possible names have been rumored, Apple has decided to just call it "The new iPad". Well, to our mind "iPad 3" would have been the obvious choice and totally suitable. Just "iPad HD", "iPad LTE" or something like that would have been fine, too. But "The new iPad" just seems kind of odd to us. Especially if you think of the name for the next iPad - maybe "The all new iPad"? We don't know.

But as the name is probably the one thing most people don't care about, let's go ahead and talk about the changes that really matter...

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Sony's new flagship - Xperia S

Along many other companys, Sony revealed some new devices at MWC 2012 in Barcelona. And as always, one of these devices gets to be called the new "flagship" of the company. For Sony, it's the Xpera S. Read on to find out all the specs and some more pictures of the device.

CNBC: iPad 3 with quad-core and LTE! (UPDATE!)

Latest rumor about the iPad 3: CNBC just twitterd that the latest tablet from Apple will be revealed next week in NY!

And that's not all: a quad-core SoC and LTE will also be part of the feature-list from the new iPad.
It seems that CNBC is quite sure about their sources, but again: these are only rumors....

UPDATE: Apple confirmed a press conference for March 7th. It will take place in San Francisco. Thanks to Engadget!

MWC: Asus PadFone ready to ship in April!

Actually, it was one of the most-anticipated Android devices last year. We are talking about the PadFone. Remember? It was June when we revealed this innovative hybrid model from Asus for the first time.

At the MWC, the korean company showed us an updated version which does not only look more sexy but it also seems matured. Read on for the spec list and pics!

Sunday, February 26, 2012

HTC's first quad-core device - the HTC One X

At Mobile World Congress, HTC introduced a new lineup of smartphones - called "One". The most high-end device of them is called the HTC One X. Aside from amazing specs you can read below, it also sports some new specialities like shooting full-size pictures while recrding in 1080p and a LED flash with support for 5 levels of automatic brightness control. But now, we've put you on the rack long enough, read on for the specs!

Samsung unveils Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1)

Mobile World Congress hasn't even officially started but some companies have already shown us something new. One of them is Samsung with its Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1). As the name suggests, it's the successor to the original Galaxy Tab 10.1. Go ahead to find out what's changed.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

CG presents... Galaxy Nexus - Google's newest flagship!

Here it is! Google's brand-new smartphone hits the shelves! After the Nexus One (built by HTC) and the Nexus S (built by Samsung) it's the third device of Google's "Nexus" series and as the name "Galaxy" suggests, this one is again built by Samsung. So, what's special/new about it? Well, there are two things that come straight to my mind.

First: Ice Cream Sandwich. It's the first device with the newest version of Android (4.0).

Second: Super AMOLED HD. The Nexus' display features a resolution of 1280x720 pixels which brings us to a pixel density of 316 ppi (pixels per inch). That is the highest ppi of any smartphone over 4'' (sorry iPhone).

Read on for a full spec list, some pictures and our hands-on video of the device.

CG presents... MustHave Game - Sonic CD

Hi folks! Some months ago, we introduced the "MustHave Apps". Remember?

Now it is time for something new: The "MustHave Games". As the name suggests, we will present you an actual game of which we believe it is worth buying and, of course, playing. Our first episode is about one of the world's best-known video game characters ever. He is called Sonic, Sega's mascot!

Friday, December 30, 2011

Acer's Iconia Tab A700 with Full HD display?

Looks like Acer is gonna be the first release a tablet with the long anticipated Full HD resolution (1920x1200 in this case). And not only that. It'll also be powered by NVIDIA'S newest Tegra 3 processor (quad-core).

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

The Grand Premiere: Gresso introduces phone with $50,000 price tag

Got 50 grand under your mattress? No? Well, than you're probably not gonna be able to enjoy Gresso's newest masterpiece of their Avantgarde collection - the Grand Premiere. Read on to find out why anyone should even think about spending $50,000 for a smartphone.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Is Apple working on a 7.85 incher?

Well, there are always rumors about a new device from Apple. But today, the Asian publication "DigiTimes" revealed a very interesting one. It seems that the company from Cupertino is planning an "iPad mini".

PS Vita: more than 320,000 units sold!

Recently, we showed you the Vita's first unboxing video. Now, Sony's newest console finally available! And it made a pretty good start. In the first two days, Sony sold more than 320,000 devices - and of course, only in in Japan!

CG presents... MustHave App - UberMusic

Ever thought about bying a WP7 device only because of its snappy and beautiful music player called Zune? Well, I did. Even though I prefer Android most of the times, I've always been keen on Zune with its slick UI. If there was just a way to get Zune on Android...

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Google is starting to roll out ICS for the Nexus S!

Jep, since yesterday, Google has finally started to roll out the latest version of Android! They are planning to upgrade the Nexus S devices in the next four weeks. Surprisingly, the version will not be 4.0, but the latest, 4.0.3, which is not even running on the Galaxy Nexus. But there is also a problem, though.

CG presents... the Galaxy Note from Samsung!

In the last two years, tablets achieved great success, not only because the iPads were released, but also Samsung with its Galaxy series contributed a lot. 

About three and a half months ago, we reported about Samsung's plan to build a device which should close the gap between a smartphone and a tablet. And yes, they did not only manage to produce it, but also to create a new “Smarttablet” experience. The name of its device: Galaxy Note!