HTC’s mystery device sounds like a cross between Sony’s QX series of detachable lenses and the popular rugged GoPro action video camera.
Samsung just can’t help itself. Yesterday, the company reminded the world about Steve Jobs’ opinion on big phones (“nobody will buy that”).
But that was just an appetizer. This is the main course. And if you’re a Samsung fan, it’s delicious.
These Xperia Z3 wallpapers aren’t Quad HD, but then again, there’s a very good chance you don’t need that high resolution anyway.
Intel and Dell announced the Venue 8 7000, an intriguing new tablet that combines a super slim design, powerful specs, and a 3D camera capable of some cool tricks.
Apple’s past disdain for larger phones has come back to haunt it. Naturally, it was Samsung who couldn’t resist the temptation to rub it in its rival’s face.
Qualcomm introduced the new Snapdragon 210 chip, which brings LTE-Advanced capabilities to a market where 3G has been the norm until now.
Apple just introduced its new iPhones at an event in Cupertino, and this is no small upgrade: the biggest news is probably the larger screens that bring the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus kicking and screaming into the modern era.
ChromePie, a new Xposed module, lets you add easily accessible pie controls to Chrome and Chrome Beta.
The metal frame, beveled edges, and soft plastic back have made some call the Alpha “Samsung’s most beautiful phone ever.” So, when can you get it? If you live in the UK or Canada, pretty soon.
After too many months of waiting, Amazon is finally letting Android users enjoy its Prime Instant Video service via a dedicated app.