If you possess an iPod touch and want to turn it into a pseudo iPhone, read on. The 4G iPhone sleeve company FreedomPop has introduced a new sleeve for iPod, which could be clipped onto the back of the media player. It acts like a speedy data barnacle, giving it WiFi connection.
A new kids’ safe browser that helps in filtering the web and app controls on Android platforms has been announced. Called SmyleSafe, it serves as a useful tool for the parents to monitor and control their kids’ access to the internet using their smartphone.
A new saving feature has been added to Facebook and it is rolling out across mobile devices and its site. Guys over at Apple site iMore published photos of a new Facebook app feature in iOS, called “Save.” The feature, according to iMore, will allow users to save a post in their timeline for viewing it later. In order to do so, users must hold their finger over a post and click “save” when the option pops up.
Marauder? Yeah, we are as surprised as you are about the name. But guys over at Verizon say that this is the new smartphone from Pantech that will be launched on the network from August 2. This smartphone runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich and has a full QWERTY slide-out keyboard. It is powered a dual-core processor that runs at 1.2GHz. It comes with a 3.8-inch 800 x 480 display and a 5MP rear camera. There is a LTE radio as well.
ASUS’s flagship pad, Transformer Pad Infinity, is getting updated. As per reports from the Android Central forums, the slate will be getting another over-the-air update, which will improve the stability and performance of the device. The update also comes with compatibility for some SD cards.
LG has introduced 3D-enabled game apps for its LG CINEMA 3D Smart TV. These super exciting apps pack many impressive features.
The Samsung Galaxy Beam is now officially available in the United Kingdom. The phone was first shown in Europe at Mobile World Congress in February.
The nascent smartwatch market is suddenly seeing a lot of activities. The Pebble has grabbed its share of headlines and laurels lately. Now the segment veteran MetaWatch recently pulled back the covers on its new Strata smartwatch, and it’s already picking up plenty of attention on Kickstarter.
Affordable tablet makers like ARCHOS are in a spot of bother these days. The niche market they have been targeting has now been flooded with offerings from larger players. And they are offering devices with more features than what affordable tablet makers offer.
If the latest rumor in the tech world is to be believed, HTC could partner with Nvidia to launch an AWS-compatible One X handset with a 1.7Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. If it turns out to be true, then it is likely to be beneficial to WIND Mobile and Mobilicity.