Available as a US exclusive since August 2013, Motorola’s customizable Moto X smartphone is at last making its way to Europe.
Probably realizing the freshly unveiled One max is bound to be a dud, HTC continues to ride One’s wave of popularity in the short time left to the formal intro of the upgraded version, codenamed M8.
The new Nexus 7 is currently one of the best and most affordable 7-inch tablets in the Android ecosystem, and now the LTE-enabled variant has been launched by Google in eight new markets.
Samsung’s fat amalgamation of smartphone and camera just got much faster at sharing photos, thanks to the introduction of an LTE-enabled variant.
Google’s second-generation Nexus 7 tablet has gone live on the Google Play Store in UK, Germany, France, Spain, and Japan, ending its US and Canada exclusivity.
While Samsung is dead set on making increasingly larger phones like the Galaxy Note II, and Galaxy Mega 6.3, other small-time manufacturers are going for phones as small as car key remotes which have drawn the ire of the United Kingdom government for reasons discussed after the jump.
ZTE will be launching its first Firefox OS Phone, the ZTE Open, in the U.S. and U.K on its official eBay store this week, giving interested buyers a chance to try out the new OS on low-end specs that cost only $80/£60.
Formally introduced to the world for the first time a couple of weeks ago and already launched in Taiwan, the HTC Desire 500 has earlier today gotten a second formal intro and some awfully vague details concerning its release on the Western hemisphere.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron announces sweeping new anti-porn measures that would require users to ‘opt-in’ to visit porn sites and would ban various types of ‘extreme’ pornography.