Technically, this year’s glamorous-as-always IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin wraps up today, just as Apple puts the finishing touches to the San Francisco stage where the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will break cover in a matter of hours. But back to IFA 2015, all the high-profile product announcements really took place last
With IFA 2015 literally just hours away, and an avalanche of exciting new mobile gadgets on the verge of taking over the already crowded and competitive Android landscape, you’re probably inclined to wait at least a few more days before committing to a tech purchase of any nature. The fault with that “philosophy” is the
The third and final big consumer electronics trade show of the year is almost upon us, and despite Apple once again looking to outshine the IFA festivities, we expect Berlin to bring us a slew of exciting new Android gadgets. CES 2015 back in January was the glamorous stage of LG G Flex 2 and
Sony revealed the QX10 and QX100 Smart Lens at IFA 2013, the two new detachable smartphone lenses that connect to the users phone and take high-quality photos. The Smart Lens connects to the phone through NFC or WiFi and will automatically upload the photo taken from the camera onto the smartphone. We are not sure
Acer recently announced at IFA a concept device that aims to extend the features of an Android smartphone. Acer Extend is a clamshell type dock that is composed of a keyboard, display, and a 6,000 mAh battery. It is works similarly to another product of the company, the Asus Padfone. During the demo an Acer
Battle of the giants, take two. The duel between Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and the HTC One, which split the Android world into two this first part of the year, might have ended with a no contest win for the former (as far as sales are concerned, at least), but something tells me the GNote 3 vs.
As we’re nearing the biggest tech event of the fall, IFA Berlin, scheduled to take place between September 6 and 11, the plans of most major (and minor) Android players become clearer and clearer by the day. Acer, while still being viewed as a low-ranked soldier in the grand Android army, is reportedly planning to
Who said there’s no more room for innovation in the mobile technology arena? The hell there isn’t! You just wait and see what’s coming at this year’s IFA. First held way back in 1924 (!), the Consumer Electronics trade fair will officially debut its newest edition on September 6 and wrap up five days later.
If you can’t beat them, join them. That appears to be Sony’s smartphone marketing strategy in a nutshell these days, although not in the sense that the Japanese are looking to partner with Samsung in any way. Instead, they’re more or less trying to narrow the gap against the undisputed heavyweight Android champ by offering
Sony Vaio Duo 11, a Windows 8-powered tablet-laptop hybrid, is now starting to build up popularity as it nears its release date this month. While the Japanese manufacturer didn’t provide specific date as to when the shipment starts, it is expected to be in the last week of October as Windows 8 is slated for
A recent official update for Samsung Galaxy Note II dubbed as XXALIJ1 comes with few fixes, a new baseband and Google Chrome update. The most notable functionality that comes packed with this update, however, is the split-screen or multi-view capability that we have previously seen from the Galaxy Tab, only this time it’s better both
It seems like HTC has some cool plans for the upcoming IFA event in Berlin with a new leak revealing what appears to be an HTC branded tablet. Courtesy of @evleaks on Twitter, these pictures look a lot like Apple’s iMac, but more on that later. This mystery HTC tablet has posed for a number
As you’ve probably noticed by now anywhere you turn Apple is suing someone over their patents. Last week we learned that Apple feels Android goes all the way back to 1992 and Andy Rubin’s days working for Apple. In their lawsuit against Samsung in Australia, Apple has been granted a preliminary injunction. This means that
Samsung Mobile’s Vice President of Public Relations, Kim Titus, has just confirmed to thedroidguy via phone that Samsung Mobile has removed the Galaxy Tab 7.7 from their booth at IFA 2011 happening now through September 7th at Messe Berlin in Germany. Android Pit first reported on this earlier in the day as they noticed that
Big news out of IFA today as Acer has released another new Android device. This one is really a suped up Acer Liquid Mini. On the outside it’s sexy as hell, who doesn’t want a Ferrari Android device loaded down with racing apps, cool engine ring tones and slick Ferrari inspired apps. That’s all well
Although all Android phones feature Google Maps and Navigation, there are some users out there that prefer third party navigation apps. Some of the third party navigation and mapping apps have more indepth features because these companies specialize in one thing, and that’s navigation. Navigon is one of those companies, a trusted name in navigation.
Samsung mobile unpacked came at the end of the Samsung press conference at IFA this morning. After waiting through the presentations on smart tvs, new cameras, the Samsung Series 7 chronos and the new Wave 3 phone Samsung’s D.J. Lee got into the meat and potatoes of what we’ve been waiting for and that’s two
Thedroidguy team is everywhere this week, New York, Atlanta and Berlin Germany for IFA 2011. In addition to the big Unpacked show from Samsung we’re now hearing via phonearena.com and androidandme that Toshiba is expected to release an ultra thin Android tablet, and guess what, it’s not Nvidia Tegra 2. According to Androidandme the processor
A reader of This Is My Next wrote in after discovering hidden within the Samsung Unpacked app for next weeks IFA show are three new device logos. The Samsung Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the Samsung Wave 3. We can safely assume that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is the next installment
At last years IFA convention in Berlin, Samsung made big news as they announced the original 7″ Samsung Galaxy Tab. After the initial press conference we went down to Samsung Mobile’s IFA booth that was literally the size of an airplane hanger where they showed off hundreds of the game changing tablet. This year they