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The future is in the smartphone, according to Telstra GM of Postpaid Mobile, Nathan Azouz. After two highly successful generations of the Telstra Easytouch line, Telstra’s third generation of the simple-to-use handset is a smartphone! “We have been listening to our customers, and some of them want to dip their toe into smartphones” said Mr Azouz at an event in Sydney yesterday.
Build for the carrier by Chinese OEM ZTE, the Telstra Easytouch 4G is designed for novice, casual or more mature customers who prefer an easier to use experience, but still want to enjoy some of of the enhanced capabilities of a smartphone. The device features a 4.3″ screen and a 8MP rear camera, powered by 1900mAh battery – …
The Wikipad, a gaming tablet by Wikipad Inc. has been postponed on the day of its intended launch. This 10.1″ Android powered tablet has an impressive spec sheet along with its unique ‘gamepad controller’, an attachable gaming dock with the familiar gaming console feel to it.
There is a last minute opportunity to enhance the Wikipad bundle as well as a minor refinement needed to ensure our first customers are completely satisfied with the Wikipad. – Wikipad Team
The Wikipad will be running Jelly Bean 4.1 on a quad-core Tegra 3 1.4 GHz processor.
1GB DDR2 RAM
16GB storage (upgradeable)
Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
10.1″ (diagonal) LCD (1280×800) 16:10 ratio wide-view …
Well ladies and gentlemen, we now have another sub-$100 Android goody for you all. Ouya are onto creating a $99 Android gaming console. It is inexpensive and the best part about it? The games are all free. [Update: Only game trials or micro-games (demos,etc.) will be free. Still a positive!] The Ouya is pretty much like a cheaper Xbox or PS3 that runs on Android OS. That’s all we have to work with for now, but you can expect a whole lot from this thing. …
The i’m watch was first unveiled at CES 2012 and was welcomed with huge hype and expectations. This was so much so that a member of our community, Bob Thornton, wrote on the then revolutionary ‘smart-watch.’ Since then, the internet community has been boiling over on a lack of communication, close to no customer service, hugely delayed delivery dates and in some cases even advertising emails from their customer service.
Here’s the story:
i’m watch began taking preorders for the watch and asked for a 50 Euro deposit. We’ve heard reports from readers that some pre-orders were made almost a year ago, dating back to June 2011. We now sit in May 2012 - the watch has not …