CL Multimedia Technology and Tencent, China’s leading integrated internet service provider, have announced the joint launch of iCE SCREEN; the first large screen mobile smart cloud product in the world.
With their first computer being put up for auction and the first Angry Birds theme park officially open for business, we take a look at the growth of Apple and how one brand managed to revolutionise the world of technology.
Ahead of a scheduled October release, TomTom have previewed their latest navigational application for smartphone users – this time targeting users of the popular Android OS. Here’s what you need to know…
LG have officially launched the Optimus L9 smartphone which comes packing a 4.7inch display, custom keyboard and a host of exciting features. But is it any good? Find out here!
Launching a total of seven audio devices in their new line-up, Logitech are offering a real boost to music lovers through their Ultimate Ears (UE) product range – but what can users expect from these new entries?
Tablets and smartphones are not just about keeping kids entertained and for checking out social media. As the new school term begins, we take a look at some apps that can help you and your kids learn.
Things are heating up in the tablet stakes with tech fans barely able to keep pace with the number of back-to-back releases and whispers about devices that have yet come to the market. In the battle of the tablets will the Kindle Fire 2, Nexus 7, iPad Mini come out on top?
Angry Birds has been a roaring success ever since its launch, with 1 billion downloads already in the bag. But the birds’ quest for world domination is only just starting with Angry Birds Space and theme parks to boot.
Sony has revealed that worldwide sales of the PS Vita reached 2.2 million at the end of June, giving the handheld console a rather subdued market presence even falling behind the earlier PSP for the same period.
The LG Optimus Vu smartphone is due to make its UK debut next month, taking on the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in the ‘phablet’ market. So can it be a success? Find out here!