T-Mobile has announced that it will soon offer its first HSPA+ smartphone but we weren’t’ privy enough to see actual photos. Until now.
The UK’s Computer Misuse Act 1990 implies that it might be illegal if you guessed your neighbor’s Wi-Fi password.
For this week’s Friday Debate we discuss what Android OEMs could be doing better, both as a whole and individually.
Verizon tells customers that they “may require enrollment” in Verizon Selects when no choice whether to join or not actually exists. You must join.
According to sources in Taiwan’s supply chain, Sony is preparing to enter the ultra-size tablet market early next year with a 12-inch tablet.
Oppo has posted another teaser on its official Weibo account, hinting that a second handset could launch alongside the Oppo N3 on October 29th.
Samsung sold 4.5 million units of the Galaxy Note 4 since the device went on sale on September 26, according to a Korean language report citing industry sources.
This week it’s all about the Google apps, Material Design, and Nokia’s Here Maps app along with the latest Android apps news!
Get to grips with your DSLR and learn to shoot and edit brilliant pictures, from the experts at Adobe!
Sources are suggesting that the first Android Lollipop update for the Samsung Galaxy S5 could begin rolling out in December.
Samsung has announced that its Galaxy S5 4G+, which features faster data speeds, will be available in Europe for €599 from the end of October
LG announced today the release of the G3 Screen, a 5.9-inch variant of the G3 powered by a Nuclun processor, designed by LG in-house and built by chip foundry TSMC.
Amazon reports huge operating loss, big chunk of which comes from a $170 million charge related to the write-down costs associated with the Fire smartphone.