If you don’t have the time or patience to sift through all the fake news today, we’re doing the hard work for you. Here’s what transpired so far.
Daily Steals has a good promo on JBL’s well-reviewed Synchros S500 headphones, available today for $99.
The “game changer” that OnePlus has been teasing for weeks is actually a tiny quadcopter about half the size of the OnePlus One.
Xiaomi sure took its time, but the Chinese company is now finally releasing the source code for the Mi3, Mi4, and Mi Note kernels.
Samsung has at least explored a futuristic new UI, that @evleaks revealed back in January 2014 and was forgotten after the release of the Galaxy S5.
After a lengthy invite-only test run (and rumors going back a year), WhatsApp is now finally making the new calling feature available to all users.
LG announced that its new lineup of mid-range devices, comprising the Magna, Spirit, Leon and Joy, will become available around the world in the following weeks.
HTC is now bringing Lollipop to the One M7 in India, Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam. Other countries have not been confirmed, but there’s a solid chance the update will be coming soon to other markets in Southeast Asia as well.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 Edge looks stunning, but many have questioned how well the double-edged device can handle drops and bumps. A “slam test” video making the rounds suggests the S6 Edge is a lot stronger than it looks.
Like the E8 last year, the E9+ looks like a cross between the One M# series and the Desire series, featuring a two-tone plastic body. Specs include a Quad HD display and a MediaTek processor.