Wallet, phone, keys. Those are the basic of basics one needs to have before leaving the house. There is a wide variety of smartphone cases available, many of which combine the wallet aspect with the protection of a case. So far, such cases have been more of a wallet-case instead of a case-wallet.
Oh the weather outside is frightful, and Motorola’s Moto G delayed. Right, so it doesn’t rhyme… or make much sense. But it’s true. The big, precocious, glamorous Moto G US launch has been pushed back due to the havoc-wreaking winter storm Dion that’s hit, among others, a Fort Worth, Texas base of the Google-owned hardware manufacturer.
As NFC-enabled devices are becoming more commonplace, people have found increasingly-creative ways to make use of this short-range communications method. Back in July, the NFC ring Kickstarter project blew past the funding goal. If you’re craving more or are into one-upmanship, then you’ll be equally excited with the Haloband.
CES 2014 is still more than three weeks away, but some may consider that a too short window of time to build enough buzz. So a number of key mobile and PC players have started the teasing already, including Asus, whose January 6 press event invite reads simply and intriguingly “In Search of Incredible”.
Looking for a way to shake things up with your music? Creative, known for the Sound Blaster sound cards, has announced its latest product. The Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200 combines the power of a robust Sound Blaster with the portability of a wireless Bluetooth speaker.
Remember that rumor from a few days ago that appeared to change everything we thought we knew about the Sony Xperia Z1s from the very roots? As it turns out, it was unfounded. And ultimately, the Z1s will almost certainly end up as an international variant of the elusive NTT DoCoMo Japan-branded Xperia Z1 f.
Things are looking up on the CES 2014 front, where not much of substance has taken shape of late. Just unsubstantiated rumors, phony-looking leaks and gossip about products that, in all honesty, will likely get pushed back to February’s MWC.
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The signs were all there ever since last week, but it’s better to be cautious and then enjoy it when it happens rather than get ahead of yourself. And it’s happening, according to numerous online user reports.
Nokia has been full of surprises this year, making a much-awaited tablet debut and breaking new ground in the smartphone arena with quad-core power and Full HD screens, but the biggest shocker of them all may be yet to come.
Swimming against every single tide in the Android Ocean, Asus has just taken the wraps off the PadFone mini, a lower-cost, lower-end take on the PadFone concept that has recently reached its fourth generation.
In the past few days, a number of Nokia handsets have been spotted on Zauba, a logistics website that track imports and exports in India, for inter-company evaluation and testing. Earlier today, another mysterious Nokia device carrying a screen size of 5.2-inch, with model number RM-964 landed in India for testing and evaluation from Finland.