Vertu, a premium phone company, has announced it will only have 2,000 Vertu for Bentley phones available. There are five devices being launched in partnership with Bentley, and the first one is a special version of the Signature Touch that has been fitted with Bentley designs.
Vertu is well-known for its premium smartphones and it has just introduced yet another device, though this time its phone is not an upgraded version of an outdated handset. The Vertu Signature Touch comes with 64GB of storage space, Android 4.4 KitKat, a 13-megapixel camera, and a 5.7-inch screen, all of which can be had for $11,300 at the phone’s base configuration.
I know the first impulse when shopping for a new smartphone is in nine out of ten cases to check out the offers of your usual suspects (i.e. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile), but sometimes you might want to give a smaller carrier a shot too. Like Aio Wireless, which is a subsidiary of AT&T more »
Itching for a new gadget to support on Kickstarter? Of course you are, especially since this one goes above and beyond of what’s available on the market right now. The Vertus is a system of not one but two specialized Bluetooth receivers that are meant to plug into speakers. One receiver is for the right more »
From AppleTell The iPhone can become your bank, your member card organizer, your photo album, even your medical and government ID, so why not get wallet functionality out of your iPhone case? If that sounds good to you, the Moshi Overture wallet case for iPhone is exactly what you need. Read the full post on AppleTell »
We don’t know exactly why, but rich people tend to have attention seeking disorders that push them to do reckless and, well, stupid things. Like buying million-dollar sports cars that they don’t know how to drive, diamond watches they end up not wearing because they’re too heavy or humongous vacation houses they only visit once more »
Apple was granted a preliminary injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus during a lawsuit back in February. And as one would suspect, Samsung immediately filed an appeal. And as of today, Reuters is reporting that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, has ruled that the district court in California “abused its discretion more »
$899 million euros or $1.4 billion is definitely a huge sum of money and it seems like Microsoft would not just want to lose that amount over an anti-trust ruling that the EU has slapped Microsoft in February 2007. The fine was a result of a case filed against Microsoft for failing to comply with a 2004 ruling. So, Microsoft is appealing the EU ruling and hoping against all hopes that the EU would heed its plea to overturn the ruling or at least reduce the fine.
If you recall, sometime in 2004, the EU slapped Microsoft with a $768 million fine after it failed to comply with an anti-trust ruling that ordered Microsoft to provide rival companies with data that would allow their servers to connect to the Windows platform which was the predominantly used operating systems in majority of the PCs in 2004. In return, Microsoft is allowed to charge reasonable royalties for giving rival companies access to its Windows Platform.
As if cell phones weren’t packed with enough features to begin with, Vertu just brought it to a whole new level. Vertu is a company that makes many luxury phones, including Ferrari ones, but for the summertime they’ve decided to take their phones in a little different direction with some strawberries and cream. The “Strawberry” more »
A few months ago I had the pleasure of spending a little quality time with a bunch of cellphones that are worth on par or much more than most cars: a bunch Vertu cell phones. Vertu is an independently run fully owned subsidiary of Nokia, but the similarities end there. These handsets are adorned in more »
Another intriguing Xiaomi smartphone that US mobile audiences are unlikely to ever get a stab at has emerged via benchmark authority GFXBench, and the most interesting tidbit about it is the codename. We don’t reckon this will turn into an actual market moniker, but if it does, color us excited.
Tesla has been confronted with multiple legal disputes in recent months as certain states try to prevent the company from selling directly to consumers. At least one more state is giving in and will not block Tesla from selling to consumers. A law has been enacted in New York that lets the car company sell directly to consumers in its five current locations, but any future locations must be dealerships. This compromise will at least allow Tesla to maintain its presence in the state.