Asus is back at it with a new phone/tablet hybrid. The original Padfone was well received in its native Taiwan, but failed to set the world alight. Can a sequel, with a raft of top-flight specs, do the business? Read more
October 12th, 2012
Step right up for the most uninspiring slab of Android hardware released for some time. The Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is so dull, in fact, that we can’t really be bothered to type about it properlrk jbg er5tu bbfejuf ufej rgoe... Something, something, prices. Read more
If, like me, you handed over a bit too much money to Apple for an iPhone 5 in a fit of ‘ooh, new and shiny thing’ stupification, you may have noticed a little bug with the keyboard. And, like me, you may have been worrying that it means your phone will have to be replaced. Well, worry not. Read more
October 11th, 2012
The Motorola Razr i is about to make a sizable splash on your TV and computer screens. The Intel-powered handset is set be the star of an ad campaign bigger than anything Moto’s done in the past, with a ‘world first’ thrown in for good measure. It’s funny what you can get done when you’re in bed with Google... Read more
Eyeing up that enormous, rather pretty Samsung Galaxy Note 2? If you’ve got saintly patience, maybe you should hang on for Sony’s version? Specs for Sony’s own 5-inch monster, the Sony Odin, have just spilled online. And it sounds awfully good. Read more
October 9th, 2012
iPhone-schmiPhone, right? While it may only be controlling around four per cent of the smartphone market, Windows Phone has a loyal fan base clamoring for the next batch of handsets, sporting the next iteration of the OS - Windows Phone 8. Good news, then: he wait is almost over. Read more
[gallery] The Nexus rumours have been bouncing back and forth over the last week. First we heard that LG was set to launch a Nexus phone and that Android 4.2 was on its way this month, but then Google quashed the gossip. Thing is, Google, how do you explain these here LG Nexus pictures? Read more
October 8th, 2012
The web’s been all a titter with gossip that Google’s about to launch a brand new version of Android and a brand new Nexus, based on LG’s Optimus G. But has Google just debunked all that? And, if so, what does it really have in store for the AllThingsD conference later this month? Read more

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