Samsung is working on a new Exynos processor. It’s not a rumor or a leak and the South Korean giant is all set to make an important announcement next week at the Mobile World Congress.
Back in August, we learned thay Canonical failed to raise $32 million to build an Ubuntu smartphone. We don’t know what happened since then but we heard rumors that Meizu would be making an Ubuntu-powered phone.
I’m sure like me, you’re excited for MWC to start. We’ve been seeing leaked images and hearing early announcements and today is no exception. LG is going to surprise us with the “Knock Code”. We don’t know exactly what it does but this feature allows waking up the phone with a simple knock.
Projectors are oftentimes associated with professional work or school. You know. Presentations in front of groups, or a teacher doing some math work for the entire class to see. Useful? Sure. Fun? Not really.
The Mobile World Congress is opening in a few days. Phone makers are busy with their latest phones and tablets while teasing the market on the side. One of the few companies announcing ahead of competition is ZTE.
I’m sure a lot of people in the US are anticipating the rollout of KitKat on their smartphones. Unlike iOS, the Android team releases OS updates by batch. Not all devices can get the update at once you have to wait for your mobile carrier to make the announcement. It’s frustrating, I know.
Airlines using tablets in operations as an effort to go digital and paperless is nothing new. While most use iPads, Delta Airlines prefers Microsoft’s Surface 2 tablets that they ordered 11k units last year.
If Nikkei runs it, the story is most likely to be true. Sony is said to be discussing with Apple to supply the camera for a new iPhone. Looks like it won’t be an iPhone 6 because the phone is said to be unveiled in 2015, not this year.
BlackBerry is still in the smartphone business, darling. Rumor has it that a phone named “Ontario” will be released soon after being spotted at benchmark site Geekbench. It’s said to be a high-end smartphone that runs 2.15GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 MSM8974.
Who would have thought that a sample game, with simple graphics that wasn’t even original will make it big and create a stir not only among us, tech pundits but also to the whole mobile gaming world? I assume that you know what game I’m talking about, right? Yes. It’s Flappy Bird.
The Jolla smartphone boasts of a unique phone back that features NFC. Nope, the NFC isn’t used for wireless shopping but for software customization. Called as The Other Half, the cover is now made available in the market with a $40 price tag.
The LG G Pro 2 is finally coming as anticipated. The new phablet will be announced on February 13 at a special event in Seoul. This is according to a Korean report saying invitations are finally out.