There hasn’t been a lot of ground breaking innovations in the field of printing in the last few years. The printers that are coming out from various manufacturers have only made very minimal improvements, if at all. Most of the improvements have really concentrated on connectivity than anything else – putting in Bluetooth or wifi for wireless printing or attaching a card reader and screen so that you won’t have to open your PC just to print something. But with regards to actual printing tech, we haven’t seen anything yet… until now. [Read more…]
It doesn’t have a sexy name, though you know it’s from LG — the LG-GW620 is the first handset from the Korean company to embrace the Android open source mobile operating system.
Featuring three inches of obligatory touch screen plus a slide out QWERTY keyboard, there’s something very “Nokia N Series” about the design.