Sometimes you should just let the product do the talking. Show what it can do, why it’s amazing, and how it will improve the user’s life. Today we have a beautiful piece of art (I can’t make myself to call it an ad) that does just that – it shows what the Galaxy S3 is capable of.
HTC Desire X up for sale in UK – get it on O2 and you receive free Beats headphones
HTC’s latest mid-range budget offering, the Desire X, didn't exactly look like a phone to make the crowds very excited, so it didn’t come as a big surprise when the weeks passed and we didn’t hear a thing about its release. However, exciting things are finally happening to the Desire X, at least in the UK.
Deal alert: Amazon selling Verizon’s Droid Razr Maxx for just $50 on contract
Verizon and Motorola’s new Droid Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD might have hit a few bumps on their road to the smartphone market, but as if to prove their releases won’t take much longer Amazon has slashed the price of the original Razr Maxx.
Is Google revamping the Nexus 7? 32GB and 3G-equipped models rumored for mid-October
More clues suggest that Google is gearing up to launch a refreshed version of the Nexus 7, that will supposedly feature 3G and 32GB of storage. With the iPad mini coming, Google pretty much has to make a move on the tablet front, if it wants to keep mindshare ahead of the crucial holiday season.
A few days ago we told you that not all Galaxy Note 2 units that are already in stores come with the multi-windows feature available on Samsung’s 2012 Note devices. However, we suspected that a future firmware update will bring the feature to the second-generation phablet and it looks like European Galaxy Note 2 buyers already have access to such features.
Samsung thinks LG will claim third place in the smartphone market
According to a Samsung Securities report LG Electronics is looking like a good investment right now. The report suggests that LG will go from 4 percent of the smartphone market to 5.8 percent next year.
Smartphone sales responsible for two thirds of Samsung’s record breaking profits in Q3 2012
Samsung is going to report their Q3 2012 financial results on October 26th. Today though, they're giving us a sneak peak as to how well their business is running. The company estimates that they're going to earn roughly $7.3 billion in profit, which is almost double the profit from the same quarter a year ago. They've also said that Q3 2012 was the fourth straight quarter in which the company broke profit records. The mobile phone unit is estimated to have contributed to roughly two thirds of the profits, which comes out to about $4.5 billion.
LG Optimus G Nexus with Android 4.2 – first hands-on report
The Nexus buzz is increasing day after day, with new reports providing more unconfirmed details about this year’s new Google Nexus smartphones. An article stirred the waters yesterday suggesting that the Search giant is planning to expand the Nexus program and allow anyone interested in creating such devices to make them, under certain conditions.
AT&T snatches Samsung’s Galaxy Camera, data speeds currently unkown
The Samsung Galaxy Camera will launch on AT&T with unknown data speeds. The confusion comes from the fact that while Samsung is claiming 4G connectivity, the FCC reports that the device will not feature LTE speeds. Only time will be able to shed some light on actual data performance.
Google settles with American publishers after 7-year Google Library lawsuit
Digitizing books and indexing the contents thereof might seem like a good idea, if only to increase access to content. But when Google launched its Library project, a lot of publishers voiced dissent, saying Google was infringing on their intellectual property. Google has now settled the lawsuit, opening the door to the sale of more ebooks on Google Play.