Motorola’s just unveiled its latest Razr-branded Android handset, the Motorola Razr i. It’s got a meaty Intel processor and a decent set of specs, but what’s all this about an ‘edge-to-edge’ display? Read more
Unless your internet’s been down for the past few months, you’ll know that one of the more solid iPhone 5 rumours concerns the display size, which is likely to grow to 4-inches. Now some clever types have fiddled with the settings in the iOS SDK and claim to have confirmed not only the display resolution, but also one other secret from up the iPhone 5’s sleeves. Read more
Another week, another iPhone 5 rumour. While recent whispers have concerned themselves with the launch date (August or September, apparently), today’s nugget of news is back to all things display size. Only this time it’s not the diagonal inches we’re talking about. Is the iPhone 5 set to be the thinnest slither of mobile tech this side of the original Motorola Razr? Read more
Apple’s new MacBook Pro is quite a beast. It’s thinner than a slice of toast (depending on your preferred loaf) and prettier than a shiny flower. Especially as it’s got an eye-bleeding Retina Display that puts the rest of the laptop world to shame. Thing is, by default it’s not running to anywhere near its full pixel power. Want to turn things up to eleven? Here’s how… Read more
Apple iPhone 5 rumours circulate the web like children running about telling lies. How do you know when to believe one crying ‘wolf’ over all the others? Normally, when the Wall Street Journal runs it. That’s the case today, with the WSJ reporting on analyst and insider feedback that Apple may finally be about to buckle, and launch an iPhone with a 4-inch display.
Thing is, whilst Apple’s always maintained that the iPhone’s screen is the optimum size for a smartphone, the market’s changed so much as to prove it a pretty outdated notion. In that light, here’s why Apple could be about to buck a five year-old trend… Read more
We’re big fans of the HTC One X here. In our review, we called it the best Android phone money can buy. It’s a shame, then, that word is filtering out of a problem in the handset’s design that causes it to flex and discolour when held too tightly. Is it a major design flaw? Read on for all the details. Read more
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