The self-proclaimed first “standalone, full-featured” smartwatch, the Neptune Pine, is no longer a what-if Kickstarter venture, it’s reality, as a batch of the project’s early endorsers are now delivered the actual end products.
Mere days after discounting second-generation Surface Pros stateside for the first time, Microsoft has officially removed the pre-order tag of a couple of Pro 3 versions, promising to ship the rest of them earlier than planned.
One of the most buzzed-about new smartphones of 2014, Sony’s Xperia Z2, has just started its global rollout in Taiwan, being set to spread its wings around the world before long, but only in limited stocks.
Sprint, AT&T, US Cellular and RadioShack have opened Samsung Galaxy S5 pre-orders in the US, charging $200 with contracts and roughly $650 outright, while T-Mobile will be a little late to the party, kicking official registrations into gear on March 24.
Early interest in Samsung’s freshly unveiled Galaxy S5 seems to be almost abnormally high, according to a T-Mobile exec, while pricing remains a puzzle, but one that’s getting increasingly easier to solve.
Despite apparent initial supply shortages and (new) record-breaking sales, Apple is ready to pull another rabbit out of its hat and expand iPhone 5s and 5c availability all around Mother Earth.
After many years of playing second fiddle to better marketed and often better equipped smartphones from OEMs such as Apple, Samsung or HTC, Sony is finally looking ready to turn the page and up the ante.
Any eccentric oil barons with a thing for photography out there? How about folks that haven’t had to worry about making ends meet in their lives? Recent lotto winners? Rock stars? Talk show hosts?
Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra fascinated us all with its beastly 6.4-inch Full HD screen, enthralled with the promise of Snapdragon 800 heat and enchanted with a massive 3,000 mAh battery, water and dust protection, as well as pencil and stylus support. But it’s probably time to become pragmatic.
One of the biggest stars of the rumor mill these past months, the nearly confirmed HTC One Mini, abruptly disappeared from our radar a couple of weeks back. But now it’s back and here to stay, as the latest word around the block is its release is happening very soon.
Even if Huawei’s Ascend P6 is not yet official and will only be unveiled later today, the phone is pretty much an open book following recent leaks. Subsequently, it shouldn’t come as a surprise the world craves for the P6, so much in fact that reservations have already topped 2 million.
It’s official, AT&T will be the only US carrier to sell the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active subsidized. The rugged version of the “normal” GS4 will be up for grabs starting June 21 for $199.99 with two-year contracts.
Since Google I/O 2013 has come and gone without any new hardware being unveiled, one would be inclined to think Nexus 7’s follow-up has either been delayed or isn’t coming period. According to Digitimes though, that’s not the case and the second-gen N7 will go on sale next month.
BlackBerry Q10’s slightly more modest brother, the Q5, is now available for UK pre-orders via online retailer Unlocked-Mobiles. The price is set at a fairly steep £349.98 including VAT, which translates into around €410 or $545.
Samsung may have decided to finally stop the rumor mill and make the highly anticipated Galaxy S4 Active official, but the pricing and availability details were kept to a minimum during the rugged 5-incher’s formal intro.
A special Microsoft Surface Pro flavor is slated for a June 7 Japanese launch with 256 GB of on-board storage. The slate is priced at roughly $1,000 and comes with pre-loaded Office 2013.