With HTC and Samsung both announcing new flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and On M9, we breakdown the technical differences between these two cutting edge handsets.
In this special edition of the FDP, Josh gets together with a couple very special guests to talk about the devices they will be covering at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Michael... Fisher (@captain2phones) of PocketNow (@pocketnow) and Nicole Scott (@nicole_scooter) of MobileGeeks (@mobilegeekscom) join the show!
While pondering over HTC, Alcatel, LG, and Samsung devices, quit...
Are you ready for the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S6 at Mobile World Congress 2015? We are too and we’ll be live blogging the whole thing! Join us!
Sony’s mobile division isn’t doing so hot. Can they return to glory, or are they better off calling it quits?
This Friday Debate we ask: What are you most looking forward to at MWC? Are you excited by the leaked devices you’ve seen so far?
Join us for a look at the history of GSMA’s Mobile World Congress as we review past highlights ahead of this year’s show. How has MWC changed and what will happen this year?
Sony recently announced that it would take less risks in the mobile and television divisions, bringing focus more to the Playstation brand. Our guys have seen Sony grow and iterate often in... the past couple years, but this news brought the gang together for a very spirited discussion about why Sony Mobile might be going by the wayside. Their discussion gets nostalgic with memories of Son...
Recently, it seems as if Sony has lost faith in mobile. For this Friday Debate we discuss what went wrong. Furthermore, what can they do to turn things around, or are they better off cutting their loses and selling their mobile division.
While the Galaxy S6 is still months away, those that enjoy rumors and speculation will want to take a look at our early Samsung Galaxy S6 roundup post.
Despite having the biggest market share of global smartphone shipments, manufacturers building phones based on Android are fighting for scraps when it comes to profit. Why is this happening?