Well, Google just put the kibosh on all the speculation about Key Lime Pie. The next Android version will instead be called KitKat, kicking off a new tradition of naming Android releases after chocolates as total Android device activations cross the one billion mark.
Although the upgraded version of the Fonepad has stopped being a secret ages ago, Asus seems keen to keep a tight lid on it for a while longer. Probably until the new Transformer Pad, PadFone mini, MeMoFone HD 5 and MeMoPad HD 8 will themselves become official, which should happen any day now.
As Samsung’s Galaxy Note III has basically starred in a new rumor every couple of days for the past month or so, you’d think the phablet would be as transparent as glass by now. And it is in many ways, only a number of tidbits are yet to be revealed or confirmed.
The BlackBerry Messenger app for Android has been demoed on video, giving hope to the few still interested in the messaging platform that the official release is inching closer and closer.
Nokia might not look like a real threat for Samsung when it comes to minor things like, oh I don’t know, actual smartphone sales, but as far as advertising goes, the Finns look in much better, and perhaps more creative, shape than the Koreans of late.
For an OEM that’s not very much used to media attention or online buzz, Oppo sure knows how to build solid hype ahead of the N1 unveiling. And it does so aided by official marketing tools, such as the company’s Facebook, Google+ or YouTube accounts, which is even more commendable.
Two days, five hours and counting. That’s what’s left at the time of this writing until Samsung will finally take the wraps off the Galaxy Note III, Galaxy Gear and maybe even the Note 12.2.
You can’t close in on the once undisputed leader of a smartphone market as large and important as India by releasing one new product every six months, so Micromax enriching its Canvas line-up is probably not surprising news.
As part of its pre-IFA announcements, Acer has unveiled the Iconia A3, a mid-range 10-inch tablet that runs on Android 4.2 and offers high-quality sound and unique software features.
Brace yourselves, the teasers are coming. Odder or created less to shock and more to, you know, tease, but certainly vague as they come, the IFA 2013 promos are bound to capture the headlines for the next three or four days.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 is in dire need of a refresh, being introduced to the world a full year ago, but the general opinion these days is we won’t be seeing a Note 10.1 2 anytime soon, but rather a jumbo-sized Note 12.2.
Finally, we get a chance to look at the pictures of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch that is expected to hit the stage at IFA 2013 in less than three days – thanks to Venture Beat.
The rumor mill has leaked yet another image of the not-so-mysterious Samsung Galaxy Note III.
Alcatel officially unveiled two new Android smartphones in the market. These include One Touch Idol S and Idol Mini which quietly appeared on Alcatel website.
Twitter has launched a beta testing program for its Android app on the Google Play Store, in order to let interested users test out new features before they go public.
Samsung’s fat amalgamation of smartphone and camera just got much faster at sharing photos, thanks to the introduction of an LTE-enabled variant.
When it rains, it pours. Rumors of an Asus PadFone Infinity sequel were timidly floating around a couple of months ago, though there was no mention of such a thing in that leaked roadmap from early August, and now the mysterious gadget has at last exploded into the mainstream media.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumors are a dime a dozen with just five days left until the phone will become official, but here’s one report that’s both unexpected and somewhat startling. Not to mention sort of exclusive, since this is the first time we’re hearing of such a scenario.
And so it begins. Technically, we’re still a full week away from the IFA 2013 official kick-off. But since things are to get awfully crowded on the Berlin stage seven days from now, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that certain exhibitors are already starting to reveal their new products.
Haven’t checked-in to a particular location on Foursquare? Well, no problem, because Foursquare will soon be providing you with location-based recommendations whether you check-in at a place or not.