Posts Tagged ‘smartphones’

Meet SPUD, the 24-inch external collapsible display for your smartphone or laptop that opens like an umbrella and can fit in your backpack. Here are all the details.

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When will Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola or Sony devices get Android 7.0 Nougat update? Here’s the confirmed list of devices.

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If you were overtaken with a bout of jealousy when Huawei announced the Honor 8 for the Chinese market last month, then prepare yourselves for a little bit of good news. It’s now been officially announced that the Honor 8, which features high-end specifications with a middle-of-the-road price tag, will not be uniquely available in China, as it has now been confirmed for launch in the United States as well.

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Hardware and electronics manufacturer ASUS has used its Computex 2016 press conference in Taipei to introduce three new Android-powered ZenFone smartphones. The third-generation range of devices offers three new models, with each carrying a different price-point and slightly varied specification to appeal to different corners of the market. Regardless of whether you’re looking for a nice entry-level device, or a highly performant device with a whopping display, ASUS looks to have you covered with this announcement.

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Tablet and smartphone owners generally opt for a particular mobile platform over others for a wide variety of reasons. In a lot of cases, you simply get staunch iOS fans who would never touch an Android device, let alone accept it as their main point of usage. Conversely, the same can be said for certain Android device owners who can’t fathom the idea of moving over to the dark side. For others however, the choice often comes down to things like security, stability, aesthetic appeal of the device hardware and OS interface, and even personal considerations like how much the device costs. If you do care about the stability of a device and platform, then Blancco’s “The State of Mobile Device Performance and Health” research report provides some interesting information about the stability of Android devices compared to the iPhone.

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This is HoloFlex, a smartphone which features glasses-free 3D holographic display which is also flexible and bendable. Here are more details on it.

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The Indian government has signed a new law into motion requiring all phones released in the country from 2017 onwards to ship with a physical panic button. Here are the details.

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Huawei P9 and P9 Plus smartphones with dual-cameras in collaboration with Leica are official. Specs, price, and release date details can be found here.

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It was really only going to be a matter of time until we got introduced to the world’s first smartphone that actually introduces a sensible case for bendable technology. We’ve been privy to prototypes and concept designs in the past that introduce a flexible aspect into the mix, but the ReFlex prototype, coming courtesy of a bunch of academics out of Queen’s University in Canada, is probably one of the first designs that we’ve seen that actually puts forward a believable case for why this type of technology should potentially be considered for smartphones of the future.

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Meet the NoPhone range of smartphones, the most useless device ever invented. It starts from $5 for Zero model going up to $15 for NoPhone Selfie model.

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The Best Smartphones Of 2015

By | December 26th, 2015

Here is our own, entirely subjective view of the top best smartphones of the year 2015 and the categories that they fall into. This year sees some lesser-performing companies sneak into our list alongside big players the likes of Apple and Samsung.

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Here are five upcoming smartphones you may want to keep an eye out for in first half of the year 2016. There will be countless more released, of that there is no doubt, but these are the ones that have our attention right now.

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