How to Choose a Smartphone Guide Display

How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Display

After talking about processors and storage options, we will now discuss Smartphone display. The display is another important aspect of a Smartphone since this serves as its input as well as an output device. Among the things that we will talk about in this part is the display size, resolution, PPI and several display technologies

Gorilla Glass

Samsung acquires 7.1% stake in Corning

Corning is renowned world over as the manufacturer of the highly acclaimed Gorilla Glass panels which are used in almost every modern smartphones. These glass panels are known for their durability and toughness, so the name Gorilla Glass is synonymous with a rugged smartphone. And today, Samsung has inked a deal with Corning by acquiring a


Top Three Cases For Your iPhone 5

The one disadvantage the iPhone has over a lot of Android devices is the fact that the device does not have Corning’s Gorilla Glass. That said, it can break easier when you accidentally drop it on the ground. Accidents happen, and your bound to drop your phone at least once. It only takes one drop

HTC One X Nailed The Design With Gorilla Glass

Can your phone double as a hammer?  this anDroid does… An interesting video had recently surfaced showing a HTC engineer hammering away at a nail into a piece of 2 by 4….with the screen of a HTC One X phone!   Assuming this is legitimate and there’s no tricks done to the video, this short clip

“World’s Thinnest Tablet” The Toshiba Excite 10 LE Available March 6th

In January at the International Consumer Electronics Show, Toshiba introduced the “world’s thinnest tablet” the Toshiba Excite X10.  Since then they’ve renamed the tablet to the Toshiba Excite 10 LE and they’ve announced pricing and availability. The Toshiba Excite 10 LE will be available next week starting March 6th starting at $529.99. The Excite 10LE

Google We Mean Motorola Announce DEFY+

While Samsung just recently announced a new ruggedized Android phone with a bunch of bells and whistles, Motorola (who is being acquired by Google) has announced they are releasing the next DEFY device.  The original DEFY was released last fall and was the first water resistant Android device. Our friends at are reporting by