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Alcatel One Touch Hero 2 announced at IFA, a 6-inch device with stylus

While both Sony and Samsung have stolen the limelights of the IFA yesterday, there are other mobile device manufacturers who are also displaying their latest devices. One of these smaller manufacturers is Alcatel who just unveiled their latest smartphone, Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2. Powered by a MediaTek MT6592 Octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM, the Alcatel One Touch Hero is a pretty capable smartphone featuring some other nice specs and features.

Moto 360 smartwatch available today for $299

Finally, after five months, Motorola’s smartwatch, the Moto 360 which we told you about, is finally available in the U.S. starting today. So for those of you who have been waiting for this nice-looking wearable, you can order one online starting at 12 noon from Motorola.com, Google Play and BestBuy.com. You can also swing by a Best Buy store and grab one personally.

Motorola intros the new Moto X, now with curved metal frame, high-end specs and more

While other mobile device manufacturers are busy showing their new wares at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Motorola decided to stay home but did not remain silent at all as it announced the new Moto X. Take note tha this is not the same smartphone introduced before but a new device featuring a better design, curved metal frame and a host of other high-end features. But what will probably get people interested with the Moto X is the fact that it will be available at a very affordable price. The Moto X will get a price tag of $99 on contract or $499 unlocked.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge shows its curved display

Aside from announcing the latest iteration of its phablet, Galaxy Note 4, Samsung also officially pulled the wraps off its new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. While the Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy Note 4 share the same internals, one major feature of the Galaxy Note Edge that differentiates it from the Galaxy Note 4 is its curved display.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 officially announced

Finally, the day Galaxy Note fans have been waiting for has arrived, as Samsung just officially unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Featuring a larger screen and a more evolved S Pen, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the first smartphone that Samsung is going to use to expand its Galaxy Note series. The other device being the new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.

Lenovo Tab S8 tablet previewed at IFA, it’s an Intel-powered Android tablet

Today at the 2014 IFA Consumer Electronic Unlimited show in Berlin, Lenovo unveiled their first Intel-powered Android tablet called, Lenovo Tab S8. According to Lenovo, the Tab S8 was created to cater to consumers who want stylish, slim and more importantly affordable Android tablet. Retailing for only $199, the Lenovo Tab S8 is an 8-inch Android tablet with 1920×1200 infinity screen which is said to be sharper than FHD. Said tablet also features a One Glass Solution touch-panel technology with crystal clear viewing experience.

LG G Watch R officially announced, a more stylish version of the LG G wearable

Well, it didn’t take LG that long to announce its latest take on the smartwatch market as the company officially puts the wraps off the LG G Watch R. Take note that this is not a follow-up to the LG G watch released not so long ago but a different iteration. In fact, it’s a stylish iteration of the LG G Watch.

HTC Desire 510 wants to give everyone a taste of 4G LTE

While other smartphone companies are bringing out new smartphones with advanced specs and features, HTC for its contribution to the smartphone market is bringing in a more affordable and yet capable mobile device, the HTC Desire 510. According to HTC, the HTC Desire 510 puts emphasis on the content you consume on your smartphone and not so much on how premium the device is. Still, said smartphone was built with enough quality for you not to be ashamed of using it.The most important thing is that the HTC Desire 510 will enable you to connect to the internet at 4G LTE connectivity without draining your pocket too much.

LG G3 Stylus official announced, a cheaper alternative to the Galaxy Note

LG today has officially announced its latest flagship smartphone, the LG G3 Stylus. The LG G3 Stylus as you might have suspected from its name alone, is a new variant of the previously released LG G3. The obvious difference is of course the fact that the phone comes with a stylus.

Swing Copters for Android and iOS has been released and it’s more difficult than Flappy Bird

The new game from Flappy Bird creator, Dong Nguyen has just been released in both Google Play and App Store and it’s called Swing Copters. Think of this game as a vertical-scrolling version of the phenomenal hit, Flappy Bird. This time however, you’ll be controlling a little guy with a propeller hat instead of the flying bird.

Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone becomes exclusive with Sprint

Following up on our post about the Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone, Sprint has just announced its availability to Sprint customers for a measly $239 sans contract or $10 month via Sprint’s Easy Pay Plan or $149.99 via Sprint’s prepaid plan. Although undisclosed as to when this phone will actually become available, its features and relatively cheap price despite its excellent feature are more than enough to generate a much needed press hype.

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Samsung Apps Store revamped and renamed as Samsung Galaxy Apps

Samsung smartphone and tablet owners are familiar with the default app known as Samsung Apps. This is Samsung’s own little app store which provides access to Samsung mobile apps as well as other selected Android apps which are also available from Google Play. Hoping to attract Galaxy device owners, Samsung revamped the said Samsung Apps store and decided to christen it with a new name, Samsung Galaxy Apps.