We live in a world that’s becoming increasingly cable-less, which gives us more room and freedom than the cable piles of yesteryear that required us to come up with clever cable management solutions that took way too much time and effort. However, when you may everything wireless, you also make it more accessible to security intrusions. Samsung is seeking to rectify that problem when you’re connecting to your printer with its new Cloud Print app.
Tech and gaming publishers and developers aren’t the only people making waves with next-gen tech announcements at SXSW this year. The New York Times decided to tease what they hope will become the next-generation of news coverage that’s meant to fit today’s busy, mobile device-centric lifestyle, which is where NYT Now comes in.
There’s no denying that the All New HTC One exists and it should see the light of the day later this month at a press event in NYC. Recently, we heard a rumor that the HTC One (2014) will hit 110 countries across the globe.
If you’re residing in Canada, there’s a piece of good news for you. According to a new rumor, the all new HTC One should hit TELUS. The folks at MobileSyrup managed to get their hands on a press render with Telus branding over it.
Remember the other day we told you about a Meizu event that is scheduled to take place in Paris, France? While rumors mentioned Meizu could launch their latest flagship device, the Meizu MX4, at the event.
It turns out that’s not the case, the Chinese OEM launched thier current flagship device, the Meizu MX3, at the event in Paris, and it does cost a fortune.
Yesterday, @evleaks posted an image of the upcoming HTC One (2014) with a new flip cover on it, with a hint that we might see a Google Play Edition of the handset in the coming months.
Now, he has posted more images of the flip covers in several colors other than black, with small holes showing the date and time.
Windows Phone 8.1 is expected to launch in less than a month, and we’ve seen some features being demonstrated in a video in the past few weeks.
Previously, we saw the highly rumored Cortana voice assistant as well as the action center on the Windows Phone 8.1. Now, the same folks at Unleash the Phones showed the WiFi Sense feature in action and demonstrated how it works in another video.
Nokia unveiled their first Android-based handsets, the Nokia X / X+ /XL, last month at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona. The company announced Nokia X will hit retail immediately in most parts of the world — unfortunately it’s not coming to the US.
Now, if you’re residing in India and want to get your hands on the Nokia X, you be glad to find out that it will hit retail shelves in the country from March 15th for Rs. 8,500.
There shouldn’t be any doubts about the existence of the upcoming flagship from HTC dubbed as the All New HTC One codenamed M8. Earlier today, we heard a rumor that it will hit the retail shelves two weeks after its announcement on March 25th.
Now, a new rumor suggests we’ll see a Google Play Edition of the HTC M8 in the coming months as well. HTC One did launch as a Google Play Edition device, and it seems its successor will follow the same path.
Windows Phone 8.1 is expected to be the next big Windows Phone update, and we’ve seen it getting leaked on a number of occasions.
One of the features that is expected to be a part of the update is the Action Center, or what we normally call the notification center that provides a quick way to access app notifications. According to a new report, it will be able to show up to 20 notifications from an app.
Back at the Mobile World Congress 2014 last month, Blackberry unveiled two new handsets, the Blackberry Z3 and the Blackberry Q20. Blackberry Z3 is expected to hit the shelves in Indonesia in the coming weeks while the company didn’t provide any detail about the Q20, except the fact that its going to bring back the traditional Blackberry keyboard and the trackpad.
Now, in an interview with Bloomberg, Blackberry CEO John Chen gave a little timeframe when we could see the Blackberry Q20 in retail shelves.
The folks at comScore have released their latest report for the month ending January 2014, and the report presents almost a similar picture as the last one, but with one twist.
Apple and Samsung gains mobile subscribers and stays on number one and two on the top smartphone vendors, while the third and fourth spot is captured by LG and Motorola, respectively.
Samsung Galaxy S5 will hit all the major US carriers in April, along with 150 other countries where the flagship device will hit retail.
For those of you who are anxiously waiting for the handset, you should know the Samsung Galaxy S5 has received FCC approval for Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. The devices are expected to hit retail on April 11th, but there’s no word about the pricing of the handset by any of the carrier.