It may not have been substantially proven by evidence and (short-term) research, but there are nevertheless people who are still worried about mobile phone radiation. If you’re one of these people, then you might want to check out this new iPhone 5 case from Japan.
The Chinese-based electronics corporation Lenovo Group Limited recently announced that they would be entering into the highly competitive U.S. market inside with their own line of smartphones. In 2012 Lenovo was ranked the world’s second-largest vendor of personal computers by sales in the world and only recently began trying to sell their smartphones outside of
The QWERTY-equipped sibling of the flagship BlackBerry Z10, the Q10, has been officially unveiled in Singapore. Aimed at users who still prefer having a physical QWERTY keyboard on their business-oriented handsets, the BlackBerry Q10 combines a redesigned chassis with the company’s latest BlackBerry 10 operating system to deliver a purist experience to appeal to even
Samsung is projected to have raked in a whopping 8.98 billion dollars (U.S.) in operating profits for the second quarter. Samsung attributes the numbers to strong demand for their Galaxy line of smartphones.
Samsung has just introduced a gargantuan smartphone being called the Galaxy Mega. This model comes in a 5.8 or 6.3” display and is a direct response to consumers demanding larger and sharper looking displays, but is this just a passing fad?
The Powerocks Tarot battery is about the size of a credit card and is a real savior for those days when you forget to charge your phone.
A recent court ruling in California has made it illegal to use maps on smartphones while driving. The law does exclude smartphone map usage in such cases as voice-guided or hands-free type navigation.
Microsoft, Nokia, Oracle and a consortium of other companies have filed a complaint with the European Commission alleging that Google is conducting itself in an anti-competitive manner when it comes to its mobile operating system Android.
New evidence suggests that the Department of Justice has been using ‘Stingray’ technology without a warrant from a federal magistrate. Stingray technology is a type of spoofing that tricks a cellular phone into thinking it is a cell tower and then tracks and captures all data being transmitted from that cell phone.
CEO John Legere of T-Mobile recently sent a message to his company’s competition telling them to “stop the bulls**t” subsidy pricing model and long term contracts that lock in a customer for 2 years or more.
The South Korean-based LG has developed a new type of eye tracking software that will soon be available on the Optimus G Pro series of smartphones. LG is the first electronics maker to bring this type of technology to market.
StraptyaNext presents their new "self-regenerating" bubble wrap iPhone 5 case. Unlike ordinary bubble wrap themed cases, users can endlessly enjoy popping the bubbles in this iPhone case over and over again.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
LG just revealed the new design of their 5.5” smartphone called the Optimus G Pro. This new model will come with a quad-core processor and a full HD curved display that will offer a “2.5D-ish" view of objects on the screen.
This week alone, approximately 7 million iPhones and iPad users have used a new hacking app called ‘evasi0n’. Evasi0n allows one to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad quite easily and in just a few minutes time.
Early sales reports for the newly designed Z10 from BlackBerry show that it is doing very well with widespread sellouts in some areas of the UK.
The South Korean electronics giant, Samsung, just recorded record breaking profits for the quarter at 8.3 billion in U.S. dollars. Samsung has estimated they sold roughly 500 handsets a minute.
The Chinese electronics maker, Huawei, shipped out 85 percent of their goods under their own brand name in 2012 as compared to 20 percent in 2011. Huawei will also unveil their new ‘Ascend Mate’ model smartphone at the upcoming CES 2013 – it is rumored to be the most powerful smartphone ever.
Research In Motion (RIM) and Nokia Corporation have officially ended their patent dispute and have announced a settlement deal that includes RIM obtaining the rights to Nokia's WLAN patented technologies.
A new Android based Trojan horse infection is behind the latest rash of Spam text messages.