Canada’s third biggest mobile network operator, Bell, has put the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch on “clearance”, charging a measly $99.99 for the struggling wearable device.
With a full week still to go until HTC One’s sequel, nicknamed M8, will break cover in London and New York, UK merchant Carphone Warehouse has gone on record to confirm a “retail first”.
Apple is changing things around in its product lineup with the launch of an 8GB iPhone 5c and the reintroduction of the iPad 4 as the entry-level iPad model.
With Apple’s iPhone 6 reportedly rolling out in June or July, it’s virtually impossible to crack the hardware specification enigma already, but it’s never too soon to try.
Leaked carrier documents and images confirm that Apple is planning to launch an 8GB version of the iPhone 5c.
It first made the rumor rounds as the SM-W750V, then its “Huron” codename slipped to the press, and now it’s known under a Samsung ATIV SE moniker that’s likely to stick.
Flipkart will be offering the Moto X exclusively in India soon.
LG’s next-generation flagship smartphone, expected to build on G2’s success and be the root of Google’s Nexus 6, is nearly confirmed as possibly one of the world’s first ever Quad HD display handhelds.
Detailed hardware info of HTC’s All New One, aka One (2014), has leaked online, along with a sales guide that reveals how the Taiwanese manufacturer intends to sell the device to consumers.
Not as substantial from a graphic standpoint as recent spills of information, the newest All New HTC One-centric rumor focuses on the so far mysterious dual rear camera setup, also divulging the phone’s possible price structure in Australia.
It will be hard for the Galaxy S5 to beat the Galaxy S4′s sales numbers.
Though LG’s next flagship smartphone, the G3, is unlikely to go official anytime soon, speculation is ramping up already vis-à-vis its build quality, hardware specifications and various model numbers.
KingJim Japan’s Neutral Box allows you to store and keep away items while conveniently archiving the contents on your mobile device.
Nokia is expected to continue focusing on Windows Phone-based hardware despite dipping its toes in Android’s openness recently, and the next WP handheld is likely called Lumia 630.
Samsung continues its slow but steady Android 4.4 upgrading process for flagship devices, rolling out KitKat to the “international” Galaxy S4, as well as to another US carrier-specific Note 3 variant.
LG is set to manufacture the Nexus 6, which will be based on the LG G3.
A Galaxy Note 3 might be behind the most retweeted tweet of all time, but that doesn’t appear to stop Samsung’s rivals from ridiculing the smartphone that snapped up a group selfie filled with Hollywood celebrities at the Oscars.
In anticipation of HTC’s All New One announcement on March 25, the handheld previously known as M8 has cleared all regulatory hurdles, also having a few specifics teased in a couple of fresh photos and a video clip.
Fujitsu enriches potential touch browsing experience by giving the sensation of roughness and smoothness to a tablet’s surface.
Expected out on March 25, the all new HTC One has posed for Mr. Blurrycam again, also making a censored appearance in a hilarious official teaser video.