All Product Articles tagged ‘google android’
What is the purpose of that newly purchased tablet? Movies, music or just plain reading? If you're going to start reading off the tablet, let us recommend five of our favourite tablet apps that'll keep you occupied for hours.
Taking its first step into the Google Android realm, the Garmin-Asus A10 puts navigation as its top priority. We explore some of its unique features and share our findings in this review.
In this App Attack, we take a look at some apps that have made millionaires out of developers, through a combination of luck, brilliance and tenacity. These are the apps that lived through the rags-to-riches story.
Apple's iPad has dominated the tablet market with a six-month head-start. But by now, three other tablets using Google Android 2.2 have surfaced, namely the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Dell Streak and Viewsonic ViewPad 7. We give you a quick overview and price analysis for each of these telco-exclusive tablets in this roundup.
Motorola's final Android device of 2010 has been revealed. Does the manufacturer end the year on a bang? Here are our initial impressions of this new addition to the Motorola lineup.
To be, or not to be a tablet? That is the question we asked of the Dell Streak, an Android 2.2 powered device with cellular capabilities on a 5-inch display. We shed light on the Dell Streak's identity crisis in our review.
There is a certain charm to having a physical QWERTY keyboard and a reverse trackpad on a phone. Question is, did the Motorola CHARM manage to do just that, and charm its way into our hearts? Here are our impressions.
Named after its Z-hinge design, the HTC Desire is a fine combination of aesthetics and performance, with a dash of practicality from its QWERTY keyboard. Here's our impression of the Desire Z and its HTC Sense on Google's Android 2.2 platform.
As LG's second Android offering, the LG Optimus GT540 sees itself as a device suitable for the masses with the right amount of smartphone features at an affordable price range. But is it really enough?
As an affordable alternative to HTC's range of Android smartphones, the HTC Wildfire is similarly equipped with the intuitive HTC Sense UI. If you need to know more about this entry-level Android phone, we share some positive (and negative) highlights of this distant cousin of the HTC Desire and Legend.