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.
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.
EE United Kingdom has revealed their findings under the ’4GEE Mobile Living Index’ report. the most interesting of which states that the use of 4G saves up to an hour every day for a subset of Britishers.
Samsung has been uncommonly competent at keeping its last few high-profile mobile devices hidden to the public eye leading up to their formal announcements, but the Galaxy Note 4’s cover may have been blown three full weeks ahead of its scheduled debut.
As disruptively groundbreaking as the Galaxy Note 4 might be, Samsung is unlikely to dedicate the entirety of its upcoming pre-IFA “Unpacked” event, with at least one other cutting-edge gadget expected on display in Berlin, Germany.
While people in most parts of the world still struggle to stream YouTube videos, Denmark has managed to successfully transfer data over a 43Tbps network connection.
Samsung is reportedly rushing the Galaxy Note 4 out the door in order to combat Apple’s upcoming 4.7-inch iPhone.
Anti-competition commercials may be entertaining and effective at times, but HTC came up with a much smarter, cheaper way to advertise its products while mocking eternal rival Samsung, offering the disgruntled owner of a destroyed Galaxy S4 a complimentary One M8.
The update brings mostly security and bug fixes and includes the changes from Android 4.4.4 as well.
The Mi 4 follows Xiaomi’s tradition of offering solid high-end hardware at rock bottom prices.
A perennial admirer of plastic gadgets despite wide public criticism, Samsung could be pushed by recent tepid sales numbers to adopt a metallic design for its looming Galaxy Note 4, perhaps in a groundbreaking flexible display combination.
HTC is in dire need of a “hero” device to put its financials back on track, and according to newly surfaced speculation, a slew of tablets, selfie-centric handheld and high-end Windows Phone may contend for the savior role.
Knowing that not everyone could get into the Destiny Beta, Sony is handing out free PS3 and PS4 keys to select members of the 'PlayStation nation'.
The UV sensor on Samsung’s next phablet flagship will reportedly notify users when they are in danger of damaging their skin after measuring the sun’s UV level.
The ceaseless saga of Samsung’s mythical ultra-high-end Galaxy S5 variation continues with word out of Korea that puts the S5 Alpha, aka Galaxy F, aka S5 Prime on track for an August release with a surprisingly tiny 4.7-inch display.
According to a well-known and mostly reliable financial analyst, at least one of Apple’s as-good-as-confirmed “iPhablets” might have their commercial releases pushed back to next year on account of unforeseen production pickles.
Tekken 7 gets prematurely leaked ahead of its official announcement at the EVO 2014 event in Las Vegas.
The new SoC from the Korean giant has an integrated 4G LTE baseband, but there are no hardware wins as of yet.
Cellar Door Games' triumphant indie achievement is coming to PlayStation platforms to deliver wacky platforming action to a whole new audience.
Sony is currently the leading tech company in Japan’s 4K HD TV market, according to a sales report conducted by BCN.