Android Smartphones get LG Cloud Service

Samsung Captivate Android Phone (AT&T) $0.01 on AMazon

Earlier today, LG joined the ranks of multiple other companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft and Amazon and launched its own cloud service. Called the LG Cloud, this service will be available for users of Android smartphones. Starting from this date, the LG Cloud service enters a public beta . . . → Read More: Android Smartphones get LG Cloud Service

Wii U Games To Be Downloadable And Available At Retail

Nintendo intends to make things easier for customers who want to download their games. In the April 27th financial meeting, company chief Satoru Iwata announced that the game titles for Nintendo next generation console Wii U will be available for download from the official online store and will be released simultaneously with physical distribution to […]

Dell XPS 13 Ultrabooks Sales Surge Upwards

Looks like the Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook has been a huge hit with the PC crowd. This thin and light portable computer has apparently been selling quite well. Dell claimed that the Ultrabook was selling much more than the company’s own initial projections. Since the Ultrabook market is still relatively small, this does not translate […]