New flexible lithium-ion battery technology from LG could open new possibilities for smartphone design. The cable-type batteries are fully flexible and capable of holding a comparable charge to normal smartphone batteries.
Been craving some Zelda-style third-person adventure gaming on Android? You may want to check out Horn by Phosphor Games, a new premium title on Android.
Can you still get unlimited data? Despite AT&T and Verizon introducing metered data plans where families share a bucket of data, Sprint is offering a simple unlimited everything plan with as much data as you can eat. The company’s latest ad pokes fun at the competition.
There are rumors suggesting that Samsung is looking to reduce its dependency on the Android platform following the Apple patent case verdict going against them and the announcement of the first Windows Phone 8 device. Is there any truth to it?
Struggling to find great apps or content in Google Play? Well Google has just improved the app discovery experience by adding a “Recommended for You” section that bases recommendations on what you have previously downloaded and what your Google+ friends like.
Apple is the most valuable company in the world, and yet it is using patent litigation to bully its competitors. Are the huge profits justified? Can Apple stay on top as goodwill for the company dissolves?
Looking for all the details of Samsung’s releases at IFA 2012 in Berlin? You’ll find all our coverage, including hands-on video and galleries, along with a stream of the event right here.
Samsung has vowed to use “all necessary measures” in its fight against Apple. The South Korean company will do everything it can to side step the sales bans that Apple is pushing for on a number of its devices.
Everything Everywhere and Mastercard are teaming up to bring contactless NFC payments to the UK. They have a five-year plan to foster adoption of the new system and enable people to pay for goods and services with their smartphones.
Despite the recent Apple vs Samsung trial, Samsung will still supply many of the parts used in the construction of Apple’s iPhone and iPad lines. The patent dispute will take a backseat to mutual profits.