Whether you like it or not the Samsung Galaxy S5 is going to be a smash hit. It looks like Samsung learned a thing or two last year and went back to its usual formula. It may not be wowing you, but is it really aimed at you anyway?
After looking at the amazing Android device releases during MWC 2014, we’ve made our picks of some of the best in show, spread over 8 different categories. Check them out!
Samsung has announced that its new security platform, Samsung KNOX, will support Microsoft’s security minded enterprise software Workplace Join, Windows Intune, Windows Azure and cloud printing of Microsoft Office documents.
In this week’s friday debate we look back at MWC’s many announcements to discuss our overall impression of the event and what excited us the most.
How did Nokia port its MixRadio app to Android? Did Nokia re-write the app in Java? No, what Nokia did was to use a special bit of software from a company called Xamarin that basically lets Windows Phone app run on Android.
Samsung’s new ISOCELL image sensor promises increased light sensitivity and higher color fidelity, even in poor lighting conditions. Let’s take a look at exactly how Samsung aims to achieve such results.
Join us as we watch the Samsung Galaxy S5 livestream and blog about it live. We have chats, we have a live stream. What are you waiting for?
The Blackphone, which places “privacy and control directly in the hands of its users”, has been officially announced at MWC 2014 and is now available for pre-order at $629.
None of Nokia’s new Android smartphones have any services from Google. Does that mean they aren’t useful or can Nokia and Microsoft provide good alternatives?
In this Friday Debate, we look back at one of the biggest Android devices from 2013 and to its successor, due to make its debut on Monday. Although highly anticipated and predicted to break sales record, the Galaxy S4 was received with less enthusiasm that the S3 and the S2 before it. It wasn’t a failure by any means, but that lack of excitement turned into missed sales targets for Samsung. It’s safe to say that the Galaxy S4 was a disappointment.