Trio of vids show off 1080p Motorola Droid 3

Motorola's next step in the evolution of their Droid smartphone line has popped up online courtesy of three "tutorial" videos on gadget blog PhonePads. Dubbed the Motorola Droid 3, headline features include 1080p video recording, an 8MP camera and HDMI-output….

REVIEW: Motorola XOOM Honeycomb tablet

The Motorola XOOM is a fairly tricky device to review. On the one hand, you have a high-spec tablet device that's packed full of enough features to really give the Apple's iPad a run for its money. On the other hand, as the first tablet to hit the market with the Honeycomb OS, it's very much a guinea pig for Google's newly-focussed tablet assault with Android. As a result, it's just as much a critique of the OS (which Motorola likely had very little input with) as it is the device itself, and in many respects can therefore act as a glimpse as to what to expect from Android tablets in the future. Is the XOOM's hardware/OS combo enough to topple Apple's "magical" slate?

3D LG Optimus Pad to debut at MWC 2011

LG have officially confirmed that their 3D Optimus Pad tablet device will be making its debut at this month's Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. Though official details on the tablet's specs are slim, there are a few snippets we're…

VIDEO: Motorola Honeycomb Android tablet demoed

Motorola's debut tablet effort has taken to the stage at the D: Dive Into Mobile Event. And though it was only yesterday that the Google Nexus S smartphone launch brought with it Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), Google's Andy Rubin was…

Android 3.0 Gingerbread details leak

Some new details concerning Google's Android version 3.0 OS, AKA Gingerbread, have leaked online, courtesy of the Phandroid blog. Apart from the mandatory visual tweaks, the big draw looks to be video-calling headed to the open-source OS. VoIP features…

Document editing comes to Android

Android seems to be the OS of choice for most new tablet PCs, with Chrome OS still seemingly a way off, and with scant details available, Andriod desperately needs to add some core functionality to its OS to give iPad…

Video: Dell Thunder caught on camera

Whilst touting an impressive spec sheet, the slightly-too-small-for-a-tablet, slightly-too-big-for-a-phone Dell Streak is unlikely to suit many people's pocket sizes to a tee. No matter. Dell look to have the smartphone sector quite sewn up, as the latest video previewing…