Test driving the new ZTE Racer

ZTE, whose F930 we looked at here, are back with another medium spec handset, to the delight of budget conscious shoppers everywhere. ZTE invited Latest Gadgets to have a play with their newest attempt to win the hearts and minds of the average mobile phone shopper. The ZTE racer is an Android powered smartphone, that … Continue reading Test driving the new ZTE Racer

Parrot’s AR.Drone: Polly wants a quadricopter

Latest Gadgets were invited to the launch of the Parrot AR.Drone in a swanky Central London location. In case you missed the AR Drones’ debut at CES 2010 the AR Drone is a toy helicopter with a difference. A quadricopter that you can control via Wi-Fi using a smart phone, the AR.Drone screams cool from … Continue reading Parrot’s AR.Drone: Polly wants a quadricopter

Acer’s Liquid E gets a Ferrari paint job

It’s 60 years since Formula One first began at Silverstone, when the British Grand Prix was the first event in a seven-race season. Then, top of the game was Alfa Romeo. But now, as Lewis Hamilton tucks another win under his belt, the likes of MacLaren, Renault and of course Ferrari (which has just celebrated … Continue reading Acer’s Liquid E gets a Ferrari paint job

Say hello to the Vodafone 845: The first Android Smartphone featuring Vodafone 360

Smartphones are so commonplace now that it’s hard to remember not all of the population use them. Though they may be the best thing since Firefly got cancelled, checking emails, using maps and social networking is not an everyday activity for many Vodafone’s latest foray into the handset market aims to change that as they’re … Continue reading Say hello to the Vodafone 845: The first Android Smartphone featuring Vodafone 360

Samsung smartphone takes us to a whole new Galaxy

Samsung have lifted the lid on the latest addition to its family of smartphones, the Galaxy S. Powered by the newest version of Google’s Android operating system, the Galaxy S incorporates a beautifully vibrant 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and a whopping 1GHz application processor to enable HD content. The handset also comes with 16GB of … Continue reading Samsung smartphone takes us to a whole new Galaxy

Google set-top box: Rumour round-up

It’s been rumoured as far back as 2007 that web giant Google is looking to move into the digital TV market, but solid facts have been painfully slow to materialise. The strongest indication yet that the company are developing a web-enabled set-top box, which could arrive in living rooms sooner than we think, was recently … Continue reading Google set-top box: Rumour round-up

Mewbox: Android’s answer to iTunes

D’Angelo’s quote says “Don’t reinvent the wheel, just realign it.”. Mewbox have stuck to this principle with their foray into the digital music market, unleashing the first mp3 store for Google’s fledgling mobile platform, Android. As the first in its class, Mewbox has a lot to live up to. Fear not, however; with  DRM-free mp3s, … Continue reading Mewbox: Android’s answer to iTunes