The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
LG has today confirmed that three of its current Android phones -- the Optimus 2X, the Optimus Black, and the Optimus 3D -- will be upgraded to the latest 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" version of Google's Android operating system in the near future.
By Ross Catanzariti | 30 November, 2011 09:39
I'm a fan of being secure, so naturally I decided to turn on two-factor authentication for my Google account.
By Rohan Pearce | 17 November, 2011 16:38
The HTC Wildfire S is quite similar to its predecessor: The Wildfire. Like the older handset, it's an Android smartphone with a 3.2-inch display -- the same screen size as the original but with a slightly higher resolution and a smaller body. The Wildfire S is lighter and slightly faster than the original Wildfire.
By TechWorld staff | 14 November, 2011 15:39
The Samsung Galaxy Note straddles the line between tablet and smartphone. This Android-powered device features a 5.3-inch touchscreen -- significantly larger than the average smartphone but a lot smaller than tablets such as the iPad.
By TechWorld staff | 14 November, 2011 15:00
Telstra today announced the release of four new Android smartphones that will hit the shelves in time for Christmas, including a budget-priced Android phone that combines a touchscreen and a full-sized, physical QWERTY keyboard.
By Ross Catanzariti | 02 November, 2011 02:00
Motorola has resurrected its iconic RAZR brand in a bid to resurrect some of its former glory. The result is the all-new Motorola RAZR: an Android smartphone that claims to be the thinnest in the world at just 7.1mm thick.
By Ross Catanzariti | 28 October, 2011 11:30
The first phone to ship with Android 2.3 (also known as "Gingerbread") as the well as the follow-up to last January's Nexus One, the Nexus S is a joint effort between Samsung and Google with some impressive features. The hardware is gorgeous, and Android 2.3 delivers some useful enhancements; but with no support for HSPA+ or expandable memory, the Nexus S falls short of its potential.
By Ginny Mies | 13 December, 2010 15:20