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.
The Nexus 5 is back for a second round of leaks for the day, with a few screenshots allegedly taken on Google’s upcoming flagship confirming its specs and features.
Moto DVX tipped for 2013 launch with $250 price tag, 6.3-inch Xplay and Droid Quantum landing in 2014
With the Moto X bombing early at the box-office (no one’s made sales numbers official yet, but it’s crystal clear the thing is anything but a hit), the newly owned Google company needs a miracle worker in order to get back on track financial-wise.
A leaked image that allegedly shows off Nokia’s upcoming Windows RT tablet suggests that the device will have an integrated kickstand on the rear, similar to Microsoft’s Surface RT.
Back in the day, when people were still smarter than their phones and glasses were only used to deflect sun or improve eyesight, a mobile device’s sturdiness and reliability was equally as important if not more important than how “sleek” or “cool” the gizmo looked.
A rather bizarre rumor has surfaced regarding the Google Nexus 5, suggesting that the device will have different battery capacities for each variant.
It has been claimed that several early adopters are noticing that their iPhone 5S units are bending backwards due to an unknown reason, though reports of this happening are isolated at best.
An internal service manual for the LG-D821, long rumored to be the next Nexus device, has leaked online. The manual details the hardware features of the device.
In this day and age, when it’s harder to keep a secret linked to an unannounced mobile product than, say, pass a bill in Congress (and we know very well how hard that is), Google is this close to dropping the second bomb in a matter of less than two months.
Lenovo is not the only China-based smartphone OEM that’s suddenly interested in branching out and becoming a household name in the industry the other side of the Pacific, as ZTE, already the fourth biggest handheld manufacturer in the world, has just announced a big American push.
Rumors about Apple’s upcoming iPads have become a daily occurrence. The latest suggests that iPad 5 and the iPad mini 2 might have 8 megapixel rear cameras.
Much of the news surrounding the iPhone 5S has a lot to do with the embedded fingerprint sensor, but what if that feature can also be applied to the upcoming iPad 5? Will this authentication method entice people to dump their current iPad like they did the iPhone?
Another day, another new Nexus 5 rumor to keep the never-ending speculation game going. Or in the case of today, another bundle of rumors, as the past few hours have seen the reports on availability and features of the next-gen “pure Google phone” downright exploding.
Tweet confirms film in production, filming set to begin in January.
There were rumors circulating last week about the possibility of personal pickup for iPhone 5S being allowed once again. Apple has now resumed its in-store pickup service for its latest smartphone.
It’s not much of a secret anymore that Nokia has a number of tricks up its sleeve, which will all get uncovered come October 22, but even with a certified rumor bonanza going on, guessing the exact line-up of the Abu Dhabi event was not easy.
A website focusing on Apple products isn’t where you’d expect to see Android devices being leaked, but Google’s upcoming Nexus 5 was kind enough to make an exception.
Boost Mobile hasn’t officially carried the iPhone as yet. If the latest purported leaked promotional material is to be believed, the prepaid carrier might soon launch Apple’s latest iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
We’ve been tracking hints, following leads and pursuing theories on Nokia’s first ever Lumia tablet for what feels like months now and, despite rumors of a last-minute cancelation, there’s a good chance one of the last pieces of the puzzle is today falling into place.
Sony decided that the only thing the NEX-5R needed was NFC. So they threw it in and called it the NEX-5T: the 2013 refresh of the company’s mid-range mirrorless ILC. But is it enough? We put the latest iteration of the NEX-5 under the microscope to find out.