Razer have been producing gaming hardware for many years and with their foray into mobile phones last year they created an entirely new category of phone, the gaming phone. This year they have cemented their place in the mobile phone gaming market with the release of the Razer Phone 2. With flagship features that you would expect to find on a top end phone along with gaming optimisations the Razer Phone 2 is pushing hard to steal market share from Apple and Samsung.
Red, the makers of some of the most desirable high end camera gear are branching out to make a mobile phone. Red being Red you can be guaranteed that this will be no normal Android mobile phone, not by any stretch of your imagination. Early demonstrations seem to suggest this is exactly the right assumption, from its titanium industrial looking body to its holographic display this is shaping up to be a work of high tech art. Red are aiming to manufacture nothing short of a cinematic revolution that can fit into your pocket.
Sharp stunned many attendees of the CEATEC tech convention recently with a gadget that has more character than all of DARPA’s terrifying robots put together. A friendly personal robot that is part Swiss Army knife, part mobile phone and all heart.
Robohon may appear to be a mere child’s toy but appearances can be deceiving, he is far more. Combine the functionality of a mobile phone with a walking talking dancing robot and you have an entirely new take on personal communications and personal robotics, a mobile phone with heart.
Chinese consumer electronics phenomenon Xiaomi has seen explosive growth in their first four years. Having been founded in 2010 they have made a name for themselves by setting sales records with their shopping frenzies.
Now to continue the extraordinary growth that captured 7% of the Chinese market Xiaomi is going global, spreading their corporate wings. With 10 international markets in their sights and a brand new website China’s latest export may just shake up the status quo, just a little bit at least.
Project Ara is an example of a good idea with a life of its own. Drawing together talented people, absorbing entire companies in order to make the impossible possible. The dream of a completely customizable modular mobile phone is becoming a reality.
The latest video from Project Ara ‘The team behind Ara’ is light on technical detail but it does offer a glimpse into the future. Seen through the eyes of the team working behind the scenes on Ara.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the entirely cheesy meeting the team video. It may at times be hilarious but it does demonstrate that Google is putting its weight behind Ara. Sit back, relax and prepare to meet the Googlers who are bringing technology dreams to life.
The launch event in Earls Court assembled the who’s who of the Mobile world to view the Galaxy SIII, an introduction to the iPhone’s arch enemy.
With more organic lines than the previous generation the new Galaxy SIII has been designed to make life better, your own personal digital assistant perhaps. Not only is it a technology powerhouse but it is one intelligent smartphone. With facial recognition integrated throughout, the phone even knows who’s in your photo’s.
The phone will be available in Europe first, May 29, with a 10 city tour and rolling release for the rest of the world. The USA release date will be mid 2012 while no exact date is known for Australia or New Zealand.