Sony has begun rolling out over-the-air Android 5.0.2 Lollipop updates for the Xperia Z (LTE model), Xperia ZR (LTE model), Xperia ZL and Xperia Tablet Z.
According to an email sent out by Google, some people registering for Project Fi might not see their order processed until mid-summer.
Sony is holding a series of press conferences in Asia next week, culminating with an event in Hong Kong on May 28 to showcase its “new Xperia flagship” in the region.
Qualcomm’s LTE Direct could reduce the burden on the licensed spectrum by enabling peer-to-peer LTE networking.
A 7-inch budget HTC tablet, codenamed H7, has been spotted passing through India’s import service.
Advances in flexible graphene designs and printed electronics look to be bringing us closer to discreet, flexible wearable computers.
Lenovo has recorded its highest ever quarterly and yearly smartphone shipments, but expensive acquisitions are denting the company’s profits.
Cyanogen is looking to expand its operations in India, by opening up a 50 employee office in the country to focus on its custom OS and quality control.
Samsung President Shin Jong-kyun has flatly denied a rumor that the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 was being move up to July.
LG has confirmed that a second flagship smartphone is still planned for the second half of 2015, but that its still undecided about the final hardware.