The HTC Desire brand has a history stretching back to the dark depths of early 2010. The original Desire was the flagship of its time, but since then the name has been re-purposed for HTC's entry-level and mid-range smartphones. The latest phone in this range is the Desire X, which the company's showing at IFA 2012 this week.
Acer is touch-enabling its Aspire M3 ultrabook and Aspire V5 notebook this week at IFA 2012. We got to see non-touch display versions of the M3 and V5 at Cebit earlier this year, but the company is shipping displays on both laptops that support 10-points of touch for Windows 8.
Pinterest is one of those social media networks that makes it easy for people to share visual contagious content with no cut and paste but just with a few clicks of a mouse. The power of the visual is its high share-ability. So how are some brands using this creatively as a B2B business, retailer or online publisher?
Sometimes getting lost in the maze-like sprawl of the Messe can turn up unexpected surprises. In this case, we chanced upon Sony's Xperia sola hiding in plain sight at Sparhandy's booth. The petite Android handset, formerly codenamed "Pepper", was officially announced earlier this spring and even crept up in FCC filings.
HTC is preparing three Windows Phone 8 devices for release this year, and one of them - the HTC Accord - appears to have leaked in an image render today. Posted on Twitter by XDA-Developers member Football, we've been able to confirm the image is from a HTC ROM and shows off a render of the new device.
The rumored iPad mini will reportedly launch this October with a 7.85-inch display. Bloomberg has cited four separate sources "familiar with the plans" for the date and screen size. It says that the...
OK. That's an exaggeration. Odds are you can't win every startup competition you enter. But you could win 92.59%. Candace Klein did. Klein is the founder and CEO of a new peer-to-peer lending platform called SoMoLend and she's won 25 of the 27 startup competitions she's (That's a winning percentage of 92.59% - do the math).