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Why didn’t I think of this earlier?
The 4.7″ iPhone 6 reminds us of the original iPhone (2007).
So far considered premium features worthy of only expensive high-end mobile devices, water and dust protection make their Western debut on an entry-level, hopefully budget-sensible Android – Sony’s Xperia M2 Aqua.
RBC Capital Markets notified investors today that it expects demand for new iPhones to surge so much so that Apple may sell over 75 million units by the end of this year.
The noPhone may not technically be a smart device, or a real phone for that matter, but it does offer a “technology-free alternative to constant hand-to-phone contact”, and so it’s a truly unique… thing, with an unrivaled list of special features.
Defying all the haters that dubbed his work a one-hit wonder affair, “Flappy Bird” phenomenon creator Dong Nguyen is back with an original new product (yeah, right), called “Swing Copters” and featuring basically the exact same gameplay as the erstwhile aviary gold mine.
According to a JPMorgan analyst Apple isn’t going to release iPhones with sapphire displays this year instead its setting up the stage for 2015.
Enough joking around and waiting for Chromebook demand to miraculously start lagging after so many great months, Microsoft is just about ready to take the bull by the horns and launch a super-low-cost Windows 8.1 rival.
It is possible that Apple may ship USB cables that are reversible on both ends with upcoming mobile devices like the iPhone 6.
Alleged details of the next generation iPhone have emerged online today, its A8 processor may be accompanied by 1GB of RAM.
Yet another upcoming top-shelf Motorola smartphone seems to have surfaced online, carrying the ballsy Droid Turbo moniker and a Samsung Galaxy Note 4-rivaling spec sheet.
After gathering numerous bleak pricing hints in regards to the unveiled-but-not-yet-released Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch, it comes as a very nice last-minute surprise that the Android Wear timepiece is officially listed at a palatable $250.
With a little over three weeks reportedly left until Apple finally brings to light the greatly anticipated iPhone 6 pair, the battery capacity puzzle seems fully settled, although the latest purported leaks out of Asia, like all Asian leaks, have to be taken with prudence.
HTC’s fantastic in plastic, affordable, single rear camera-sporting take on the all-metal One M8, confusingly named One E8, is apparently headed stateside, after going live in a handful of European and Asian territories back in June.
California-based Kateeva claims to have invented a flexible coating which can seal OLED displays. Their coating, which costs half the price of other alternatives, would allow for production of bendable screens at affordable prices.
You’d think Samsung would be in full damage control mode now that nearly everything there is to know about its upcoming Galaxy Note 4 is out, but even as a credible, semi-exhaustive list of features transpires, the Koreans insist on keeping mystery in the air.
Unlike Sony, which stubbornly wagers on a proprietary smartwatch OS, Asus reportedly plans to keep its wearable efforts simple and adopt the growing Android Wear platform.
Expected out in the days leading up to IFA 2014, at a press event recently teased by Microsoft, the Nokia Lumia 830 is a visual mystery no more, at least if we assume the newest slate of “leaked” photos is legitimate.
Researchers have discovered that a rapidly spinning asteroid is actually a pile of rubble held together by Van der Waals forces. This may change how we approach defending against asteroids in the future.
Starwood’s Aloft Hotel in Cupertino is doing a trial with two robots, which will bring amenities to guests and more. Starwood hopes to bring robots to more than 100 of their hotels in the near future.