An invite to an event held by both HTC and Verizon appears to state that they will reveal their ‘latest collaboration’, on November 13th in NYC.
Samsung’s latest entry level device, the Galaxy Discover, running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has arrived as a prepaid phone at Telus, designed for the more light-hearted approach to mobile technology.
Verizon’s upcoming 5-inch 1080p device named HTC Droid DNA has been published as a registered device on its support page before the official announcement.
Sony Japan have confirmed that the 9.4-inch Xperia Tablet S will resume sales mid-November. A few weeks ago the company halted sales when a small manufacturing fault was found where water breached part of its ‘waterproof’ chassis on some of the units. This defect occurred because of a small gap between the display panel and the back of the product.
Madfinger Games have released its Dead Trigger Halloween Update previously hinted at on its Facebook page. The update brings a new breed of zombie, a festive arena, and a new weapon.
Hammacher Schlemmer unveils new ‘Wireless Smartphone Printer’, that requires no ink and works with Android and iOS devices.
With Halloween just around the corner, game developers are releasing themed updates that go with the season. For one, survival horror first-person shooter Dead Trigger is getting a Halloween-themed update in time for October 31. Madfinger Games has released a teaser by way of its Facebook page.
Samsung will release the black Galaxy S3 version on October 24, thus answering calls for the traditional black color that seems to make any smartphone look strikingly pleasing. Samsung originally planned to replace black with Pebble Blue, which was as close as Samsung got to black, without it actually being black.
Orbitz.com, one of the market’s leading resources for travel and booking online, has recently released an Android app, Hotels by Orbitz, where users can find, book and indulge in hotels at thousands of venues spread across the globe, whether it be for the night or the near future.
LG steps up its mobile game with the new innovative multitasking function ‘QSlide’, featured on Optimus G, quite possibly the company’s most ambitious device on the market to date.