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Will Android Lion roar into view this autumn?

Hot on the heels of the year’s biggest Apple event, there’s been plenty of conjecture on what the latest Android OS, until now codenamed Android L, will be called. Some say it’s Lollipop, others insist Lemon Meringue Pie, yet the latest rumour is that the newest offering will be called Android Lion. Doesn’t sound very sweet, you might say, but ... Read More »

Dear iPhone 6 users: Welcome to 2012

Today I woke up wanting to post something funny and ironic about the new iPhone 6, just released yesterday, but browsing trough my tweets I found something that I couldn’t stop to share, something the author couldn’t stop to notice. If you want to read angry iphone users comments and get more fun, you can see the original twitter thread. ... Read More »

Google Glass pioneer Babak Parviz confirmed to speak at Apps World

Babak Parviz, one of the minds behind Google Glass who has just left the company to be VP at Amazon, has been announced as a keynote speaker at this year’s Apps World Europe, from November 12-13 at the ExCeL, London. Parviz will be kicking off the Wearables track on day 2 – a new part of the show – and ... Read More »

Samsung Files for New Patent regarding S Pen

Samsung has recently filed for another patent in their homeland of South Korea. The new feature that the company has been working on is closely tied to the S Pen of the phone and will be intended for the Galaxy Note series of devices. This new patent filling reveals that the South Korean manufacturer is working on a new method ... Read More »

Shazam – Now Streaming Whole Songs

Shazam, one of the most popular apps for finding out the name of a song out there has been somewhat upgraded, so there’s some good news to be had here, but only for those of you that have the Premium version of the app. With a lot of collaboration from Rdio, a social jukebox app, Shazam is now capable of ... Read More »

New LG Nexus Tablet – Name in Import Manifest

The newest Nexus tablet from Google is making more and more ripples on the internet, everyday new rumors or “leaks” appearing here and there. The most recent random encounter of the device was on the manifest documents from an Indian imports tracker known as Zauba, and it would appear that someone has brought a prototype of an LG Nexus tablet ... Read More »

Asus Padfone S and ZenFone 5 – On Sale

Asus has recently launched the PadFone S and an LTE variant of its ZenFOne 5 smartphone in its homeland – Taiwan. The PadFone S is the international model of the PadFone X, device that was introduced by AT&T a few months ago. They’re both pretty neat devices and are currently on sale ( as you may have guessed from the ... Read More »

Samsung in Q2 – Tactics wearing out

Samsung had a very interesting strategy of selling phones, and granted, that strategy worked wonders for them until recently when it started hitting a few bumps. I guess you can pretty much compare their tactic to the spread of a shotgun bullet, trying to cover as many markets as possible in all areas – low, mid and high range smartphones ... Read More »

LG G3

Today we’ll be taking a look at the LG G3, the first phone to ever come out with a QHD screen and one of the latest flagships released by LG. Some very interesting choices were made for this phone and it took some rather unorthodox paths in the great smartphone race that’s ever on the way and ever moving forward ... Read More »

Moto G Google Play Edition – Finally Getting 4.4.4 KitKat

Good news for those few individuals that bought the Google Play edition of the Motorola Moto G. Finally, after such a long wait, the phone is receiving a software update. For those that don’t know, a few mishaps happened with this device. To those user’s dismay, this was the only phone that DIDN’T receive an update to 4.4.3 when it ... Read More »