Mobile World Congress 2012: best of show

Mobile World Congress 2012 was a massively exciting show and true to form brought us so much new kit to be excited about in early 2012. From Intel’s Medfield launch, a 41-megapixel smartphone, a new generation of personal hotspots and even engineered metals using micro arc oxidation, there was never

Google wants Assistant to be its Siri

Google doesn’t like to be one-upped by Apple, but by any account that’s sort of what happened when the Siri voice recognition platform was introduced. The technology, currently available only on the iPhone 4S, is likely to be heading to other impending Apple devices and is already one of

SnappSchool Connects Parents With Classrooms

A startup called SnappSchool is compiling a weekly rundown of the Kindergarten to 6th-grade math curriculum — for parents.
The idea is tha…

13 Products You Can Make From Your Instagram Snapshots [PICS]

Photo-sharing service Instagram has 25 million users who have uploaded 500 million photos since its launch in October 2010.
The app is a go-to for am…

Sony Tablet P hands-on unboxing [AT&T]

Sony is all set to release their latest Android tablet to the world. That comes in the form of the unique clamshell designed Sony Tablet P dual-screen Honeycomb tablet. Complete with Sony Playstation certification and plenty of games we wonder if it can compete with the PS Vita, or end up just another

Facebook Briefly Incorporates ‘Interest Lists’ [VIDEO]

After Facebook launched Timeline for brand pages on Wednesday morning, a feature not mentioned in any of the company’s marketing materials…

Nikon D800 launch video uses Canon EOS-5D Mark II footage

Nikon recently unveiled one of its most sophisticated and high-end cameras to date, but there was a problem in the teaser video that it used to help showcase its power to consumers. Footage in the video wasn’t actually from the camera it was advertising. Actually, as a matter of fact, it wasn’t

Top 10 Twitter Pics of the Week

What happens when you take 45 million pictures posted on Twitter, rank them according to popularity and hash tags, and place them in a 10-picture gall…

Google Drive And The Cloud Wars

For the past six years, any startup touching the cloud storage space has lived in anticipation and fear of Google’s entry into the market. G(od) Drive’s arrival was meant to instantly commoditize existing offerings, kill all future opportunity for new players, and leave a charred ecosystem in its wake

Mobile Miscellany: week of February 27th, 2012

Not all mobile news is destined for the front page, but if you’re like us and really want to know what’s going on, then you’ve come to the right place. This past week, we’ve seen a major shakeup in the world of mobile payments and we were thoroughly teased by Rogers, which launched a curious pre-order