In a blatantly self-serving new ‘study’, Avast has found it is very easy to retrieve personal data from a phone that is merely ‘wiped’ before selling. Is this enough to protect your phone?
Listen up, selfie-lovers of the world. Sony has a new device that, it reckons, will take your self-portraits to new heights. Boldly dubbed “the world’s best selfie smartphone”, the new Xperia C3 is a 5.5-incher with mid-range specs and a consummate Sony design that launched today in Taiwan.
The Xiaomi Mi3 is to be officially launched in India for ₹14,999. Pre-registration starts on July 15.
The Galaxy S5 LTE-A’s processor and 3 GB of RAM will help with the device’s performance, but how much better is that praised WQHD Super AMOLED panel?
Two of the most highly anticipated devices of this summer will become available in AT&T stores starting this Friday.
The latest to jump on the selfie phone bandwagon is Sony, who will reportedly unveil a new selfie-oriented device tomorrow in Taiwan. The phone may be the successor to the Xperia C midranger, which launched in June 2013.
HTC has just launched its new mid-range HTC Desire 616 smartphone in Asia, which features a 5 inch 720p display and an octo-core processor.
LG Canada has announced the highly anticipated device will become available for our neighbors starting August 1st, which is not long after the expected USA release.
OnePlus has announced they will have Android L in their devices within three months after its official release. Will they be able to keep their promise?
A new LG smartphone, labeled as the “LG-D725”, has been spotted in FCC’s database, suggesting that the LG G3 Beat is heading for AT&T’s LTE network.