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.
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.
Although Samsung, LG, Motorola, HTC and Asus seem to have understood they need to make up a united front against Apple’s looming iWatch and get with the Android Wear program, Sony continues to swim against the current, reportedly relying on a proprietary OS for its SmartWatch 3.
Next month’s IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin is shaping up to be quite plentiful in mobile device announcements, with Samsung, Sony, Huawei and now Microsoft confirmed to bring new gear in the capital of Germany.
Being on Google’s side since the very beginning of the Chromebook “experiment”, Acer was bound to ultimately get a Chrome OS-powered laptop just right, which looks to be the case with the beefy, frugal Chromebook 13 CB5.
It seems like adopting a different design philosophy for its rookie smartwatch effort than rivals Samsung, LG or Sony is paying off for Motorola, as the Moto 360 is by far the most buzzed-about intelligent timepiece in Android Wear’s short history.
Always a high-profile IFA participant, Sony could be planning to make this year’s Berlin electronics trade show an event to remember, reportedly prepping a pair of high-end smartphones, plus some sort of Xperia Z2 Tablet sequel or spin-off.
Definitively taking a page from Samsung’s playbook, LG has recently bolstered its high-end G3 smartphone series with smaller G3 Beat and G3 A models, also setting the stage for the introduction of a jumbo-sized G3 Stylus.
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.
Certain Samsung smartphones may put their owners’ lives in jeopardy by allegedly catching fire out of nowhere, but sometimes they can be life savers too, literally taking bullets for the corporal integrity of their masters.
Samsung is reportedly rushing the Galaxy Note 4 out the door in order to combat Apple’s upcoming 4.7-inch iPhone.
Samsung’s first metallic Android phone will feature a combination of high-end and mid-range features and launch ahead of the Galaxy Note 4.
Berlin’s once low-profile annual IFA electronics trade show has greatly gained in public visibility of late, thanks to product announcements from key mobile players like Sony and Huawei, which are expected to unveil something special this September too.
A fresh Sony Xperia Z3 Compact-centric report has emerged out of Asia, clashing with earlier stories that claimed the upcoming compressed flagship will rehash most of Z1 Compact’s hardware instead of noticeably upping the ante.
It looks like LG’s already packed smartphone portfolio is about to get broader, encompassing a gigantic but mid-range take on the G3 in addition to the actual G3, its jumbo-sized, high-end G Pro 2 variant and shrunken G3 Beat, aka G3 s flavor.
No stranger to the kind-hearted publicity stunts that have made HTC look so noble recently, Microsoft is back in cheap jab mode, going for Apple’s jugular from two directions at once in the latest Nokia Lumia 635 commercial.
The update brings mostly security and bug fixes and includes the changes from Android 4.4.4 as well.
Although rumor has it Sony will be barely giving the Xperia Z2 a facelift to come up with a Z3-branded “upgrade”, the unannounced flagship smartphone remains in the spotlight, thanks to newly surfaced photos and FCC certifications.
Sony’s biyearly flagship launch schedule might result in the company’s next flagship being a very minor upgrade over its predecessor.
The successor to the most popular Windows Phone device comes with much of the same hardware and a similar budget price.