Posts From Asad Rafi
We recently saw the first ever Android phone with ‘Intel Inside’ power, and it was launched in India a short time ago. Intel is one of the most famous companies in
Dual-SIM phones are very popular nowadays, and it seems that HTC also wants to hop in and launch some devices with the capability. Actually, dual-SIM devices are very appealing in
Google recently launched their very own cloud computing service known as Google Drive, and I am sure that all Google fans are familiar with Google Docs as well. Now the search
Yesterday, all four major USA carriers officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S III – one of the most anticipated Android devices to date. They all will be launching it soon
Verizon officially confirmed today that they will carrying the Samsung Galaxy S III, one of the most anticipated Android smartphones of 2012. It will be up for pre-order from June 6.
ASUS launched a teaser video on YouTube a few days ago, in which they mentioned a new transformation is coming out at Computex. Well, Computex 2012 is here, and ASUS
Sony is getting ready to launch another Android device, however it’s definitely not their best smartphone to date. We are talking about the Sony ST21i ‘Tapioca’, the device we saw
The Galaxy Note is one of those devices you just can’t forget about, and it’s Samsung’s one of the best-selling devices ever, with around 7 million units sold so far.
We gave you a little information a few days ago that ViewSonic will be launching a new Android machine at Computex 2012. Today is the day and they’ve introduced the
AT&T has officially opened their sign-up page for the Samsung Galaxy S III. AT&T mentioned it’s coming soon, though they didn’t mention how soon. In other words, the cat is
The competition between Android OEMs is getting stronger, especially between competitors like HTC, Samsung, LG, and Motorola. The UI customization is actually one of the main things that differentiate the
Google is planning to introduce the “next dimension” of Google Maps on Wednesday, June 6, where presumably we will see an updated or new version of Google Maps. What’s interesting
Google’s recently launched Google Drive should be getting offline support within the next few weeks, according to a high ranking member of the Chrome team. Google’s Senior Vice President of Chrome Sundar