Earlier this month, it was confirmed Samsung would be opening “Experience Shops” inside 1400 Best Buy stores. Today, they kicked off a heavily trafficked location at a Union Square Best Buy in New York City.
On March 14, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy S4. As of April 24, Samsung devices accounted for 17.2 percent of all trade-ins.
Samsung issued an official statement today, confirming reports that the Galaxy S4 is currently in limited supply.
As of 2012, phablets accounted for around 12 percent of devices. That number is expected to grow to around 30 percent by 2018.
If you don’t want to wait for shipping, starting today, you can pick up the HTC One from T-Mobile retail stores.
Samsung has signed a multi-year licensing deal with DigitalOptics, and will feature its “FaceTools” face tracking software in the Galaxy S4.
Despite unexpected setbacks, the HTC One is available in the U.S. from top carriers. With the 32GB version costing $199 or less, it’s priced right up there with similarly specced phones. However, as we all know too well, paying the subsidized price means getting locked into a contract, T-Mobile being an exception.
Filed in March 2009, Google has been granted a new patent. Titled “Panoramic images within driving directions”, the patent involves overlaying objects that users are familiar with in today’s navigation systems.
Minuum is an upcoming mobile keyboard that condenses all letters into a single row. Now, almost 10,000 Indiegogo supporters later, it has raised over $87,000.
During the company’s 15th anniversary celebration of its terminals division, ZTE announced it has become the first Chinese mobile device manufacturer to produce 500 million handsets.