It’s hard to believe, but 2014 is already a little over half of the way through, and what a year it has been. So far we’ve seen some pretty impressive flagship handsets from Samsung, HTC and LG, as well as some other interesting mobile announcements including Android Wear, Android Auto and Android L. The year might be in it’s second half, but there’s still plenty to see. Easily one of the biggest Android-related announcements of this year will be the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 4 at IFA in September. As the date approaches, we have already seen the rumors related…
Over the last few years, both AT&T and Verizon have been successful in changing their business model from giving unlimited data and charging for calling/texting to charging for data and giving unlimited calling/texting.
Sony is the world’s largest maker of camera sensors, and, thanks to our collective obsession with selfies, its sensor business is set to grow even more.
LG has released the first game, named Puppy Pop, which can be played through the window in its Quickcircle case for the LG G3.
As we have discussed previously, patent trolls have been under sharp attack in the last few months due to the general public becoming aware to the danger that trolls have on the business industry.
An update to the unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is now rolling out in Europe, bringing improved performance, bug fixes, and better fingerprint scanner recognition.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google abandoned its attempts to purchase Spotify last year, whilst Re/code’s sources are convinced that talks never took place to begin with.
Earlier this month LG unveiled the first in a new generation of large-format flexible and transparent displays that could one day turn gadgets we now see in sci-fi movies into reality. We only got to see the new panels in still shots at the time, but now we can get a better look at the new tech from these two short videos.
A filing from the US Patent and Trademark Office reveals LG’s design for a smartphone which appears to be squashed down into the form factor of a smartwatch.
The new Material Design is to be spread across the whole UI, and the Google Play Store is finally taking all these design elements to the streets.