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AT&T is now rolling out a new trade-in program starting tomorrow, which could get you at least $100 off on any new smartphone.
Samsung are working with researchers in Texas to create a working interface for future thought controlled mobile devices.
Friday has arrived once again! That means it is time to take a look back at some of the best new apps that arrived this week to iOS and Android devices.
Apple has now created a new iPad page highlighting the features of both the iPad and iPad mini on their website. The new page...
When you hear the name Caterpillar, you usually think about all those yellow-colored construction vehicles and machines. As it turns out, there's also in the portable electronics market and they've got a super rugged Android smartphone called the CAT B15. And it doesn't look all that shabby.
It looks like Samsung isn't the only one adding the ability to make voice calls to tablets. Asus has now officially unveiled the FonePad, a 7-inch tablet with built-in phone capabilities.
Previously known by its codename, the HTC M7, the HTC One is now official, as revealed at today's dual launch event in New York and London.
The Vertu TI may even be the most expensive Android smartphone ever sold with a retail price of a mere €7900 , or roughly 10,500 USD.
It's not uncommon for major tech companies to take shots at one another. This time around Amazon goes after the iPad, particularly its high pricing.
If you have ever heard of Linux, then you probably know of Ubuntu. Now Ubuntu is coming to your phone, with a retail target of Q4 of 2013.
Ramos, a Chinese technology company, is trying to cash in on the tablet boom. The device pictured above is the Ramos W42 tablet. It's 9.4 inch IPS display has a 1280 x 800 pixel screen resolution.
iSuppli has piped up with its own research stating that “phablet”-sized smartphones are going to continue to grow and dominate throughout 2013 and beyond.
Announced here at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Huawei Mate is a beast of an Android smartphone. It has really pushed the envelope by offering a huge 6.1-inch display.
The idea of Samsung showing off flexible screen technology is nothing new and goes back several years now, but this time it looks like Samsung are closer than ever to releasing their latest display tech named Youm to the general public.
Qualcomm and Nvidia aren't the only ones showing off new processors. Samsung has also announced a powerful chip of its own, the new Exynos 5 Octa, an 8-core SoC for tablets and high-end smartphones.
The Nexus 7 may still be a hot tablet, but at close to 7 months old, it is definitely not one of the newest on the market. Despite being out for a while now, we have still yet to see an official dock for the Nexus 7.
When the Samsung Galaxy Note hit the scene, the stylus was all-but extinct when it came to most modern mobile devices. Despite this, the Note brought new interest to touch-pens and even Apple seems to recognize there is a market for such a device.
Yesterday we reported that Canonical had a count-down to a new version/feature for Ubuntu. The banner hinted that the news had something to do with touch. Now we have official word, the news is that they will be showing off their Ubuntu phone OS at CES 2013.
Believe it or not, there are still some great last minute gadget deals online that you can score before Christmas. In the spirit of the 12 days of Christmas, here are 12 deals on tech that you can put under your tree in time for Christmas morning.
Thinking about making the jump into the world of Windows Phone but aren't sure if you want to pay anything up-front to do it? Right now is the perfect time to make the switch to T-Mobile, then.
We've gathered up some of the best Black Friday gadget deals in one convenient place for you, so let's get down to it.
Sony might be known for reasonably high-quality hardware, but it certainly isn't one of top-sellers in the smartphone market. According to Sony's CVP of sales and marketing, the company is planning to release a flagship device in the near future that could finally push them forward competitively.
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean has started to arrive, bringing several new improvements to the table. Unfortunately, any new changes to an OS are bound to be met with a few problems along the way, and Android 4.2 is no exception. It seems that Google Voice is reportedly crashing quite regularly thanks to Android 4.2.
While Firefox OS isn't here yet, it is coming soon--- sometime in early 2013. If you are interested in the OS and want to give a test drive, you previously could use a nightly build and throw it onto the Raspbery Pi or even flash it to a Galaxy Nexus. These methods were both quite complicated, though. Good news, a new Firefox browser plug-in allows you to emulate FireFox OS on Mac, Linux and Windows.
The LG Nexus 4 lands on the 13th of November. For those that prefer to avoid contracts or simply wish to go down the prepaid route, the LG Nexus 4 represents a powerful, vanilla Android experience that is extremely tempting. If you are a developer who wants an unlocked and incredible Android experience without the hassle, this Nexus smartphone certainly could fit the bill.
The Motorola Droid RAZR M might not be the “top offering” from Motorola, but it is a decent-sized phone with an attractive design that is certainly worth checking out.
Have the latest firmware possible for your TouchWiz-based Samsung smartphone? If not, you better get on that right away.
It seems that a new HP device has shown up under the code-name Bender with HP branding as well. This device is a Qualcomm S4 dual-core Android smartphone.
What if I told you that you could get an unlocked smartphone outright for the same price (or less) than you'd be paying for a locked smartphone on a two-year contract? That's exactly the case here today with the Nokia C6-01.
What about 5.8-inch? Would this be a tablet or a media player? Samsung has created the new Galaxy Player 5.8, a Media Player that just happens to hit the size. You have to wonder though, who's it for? It's not much smaller than a 7-incher and yet not much bigger than a normal media player or smartphone- it's basically a Phablet without the ability to make phone calls.
Quite a bit after when we first expected the verdict, the Samsung versus Apple case in South Korea has come to an end. While we still don't know the outcome of the Californian chapter of the battle, we do now know that both Apple and Samsung didn't get away without some kind of a minor victory, and minor defeat.
High-end specs usually come at a high-end price, but it looks like you can circumvent that problem by going with a less recognized brand. Case in point is the newly announced Xiaomi Phone 2
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is finally here, for real this time. The Note will be available globally starting this month and will come in three different versions: Wifi Only, WiFi plus HSPA+ and a WIFI Plus LTE version- though the third version won't come until a little later down the road.
Are you in the market for a compact interchangeable lens camera? You're in luck, because the hot Samsung NX1000 has just hit the shelves and it's actually priced quite reasonably for what you get.
The Samsung-Apple patent wars continue to push on at full swing revealing all sorts of dirt including Samsung ignoring Google's warnings that their designs were too close to Apple, and internal memos that show that even the iPhone was actually influenced by earlier Sony-style designs. This war doesn't seem to be slowing down and no real victor seems in sight, but at least all these court discoveries and findings are kicking up interesting prototype/mockups that help us see the clear evolution that took place as Apple designed its various iOS-based products.
As great as touchscreens may be, they are inherently rigid and must take on a completely flat form. Or do they? Atmel is challenging that notion with the development of its XSense bendable touchscreen technology, flexing its way around all kinds of surfaces.
As expected, HTC has just introduced their Quad-core Tegra 3 handset and the flagship phone appears to be one of the most impressive Android devices ever designed. The One X, which will be part of the company’s new "One" series, comes with awesome specs.
Maksim Skorobogatiy and his colleagues at the Polytechnic School of Montreal have come up with a way that has flat, flexible batteries built right into garment fabric.
The newest find is courtesy of astronomers Steven Vogt and Eugenio Rivera from the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), led by Guillem Anglada-Escudé and Paul Butler of the Carnegie Institution for Science. The researchers used data from the European Southern Observatory and analyzed it with a new data-analysis method, incorporating measurements from the WM Keck Observatory's High Resolution Echelle Spectrograph and the new Carnegie Planet Finder Spectrograph at the Magellan II Telescope. Initial observations show promising results.
What's not to love about the gigantic Samsung Galaxy Note? An oversized phone and mini-tablet in one compact device makes it a dream come true. If you can't wait untill the Samsung Galaxy Note is available, or perhaps you don't like its price, here's good news for you: Expansys-USA has the BLU Studio 5.3 phone.
As with any other year, 2011 saw the release of all sorts of tech and gadgets. From more mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras to an onslaught of tablets and e-readers, we saw a lot. But what device can be singled out as the most important? Apparently, it's the 2011 MacBook Air.
Linaro, a not-for-profit engineering organization consolidating and optimizing open source software for the ARM architecture, has announced the availability of builds of Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) supporting accelerated graphics on two of its member's low cost development boards
Recently, Google promised that after the Galaxy Nexus arrived, Nexus S users would also be treated to ICS. After a very short wait, Google made good on their word.
Are you scrambling to find just the right gift for the tech-obsessed geek in your life? Yes, the holiday shopping season is definitely upon us and you have exactly 1 week to get it done.
. All the Android fans in the audience are surely lusting after the many new features to be included in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but what if you can't wait for its official release? What if you don't want to buy the Galaxy Nexus? Thankfully, there are some ways to get a taste of ICS without actually getting ICS.
As it turns out, the soon-to-be released Motorola Droid RAZR isn't going to be stuck in Gingerbread territory for the rest of its life. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is reportedly being ported over to the device and it'll be available as an update some time in Q1 2012.
Naturally, the Xperia Pro is geared toward a slightly different kind of customer than the Xperia Play. Instead of slide-out gaming controls, it gets a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
And attempting to steal some thunder away from the somewhat disappointing iPhone 4S unveiling is Samsung, which just released a teaser for its Nexus Prime superphone. Yes, something big is coming.
On the surface, it seemed like any number of other Android smartphones, but it's that extra functionality that really looked like it was going to be a game changer. But how does that whole docking into a multimedia centre experience really pan out in real life?
AatmaStudio has released a cool concept video for the iPhone 5. It looks awesome, but how likely is it that the iPhone 5 could actually have the features shown in the video? Ultra thin design, for example, might be possible. Smartphones are getting thinner and thinner, with the title of the world’s slimmest smartphone currently held by the Medias N-04C from Japanese company NEC Casio Mobile. At 7.7mm, the Android handset beats both the Galaxy S II and iPhone 4 when it comes to slimness.