Now we’ve got a couple more photos of the oft-rumored yet still unofficial flagship. The images were shared initially by Read More »
Following rumors that Moto is prepping a new entry into its G series of Android phones, the two upcoming models have fully leaked out.
Just yesterday we had another leak of the LG G6 come out, 24 days before its announcement at MWC. Unfortunately, it seems that LG is doing a poor job of preventing leaks. Fortunately for us, though, we’re getting another look at ... Read More »
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Samsung’s got some “big news” to share, and it’s going to be revealed pretty soon.
These days, $250 can get you a great phone. The days of having to pay at least $600 for a decent phone are long over, and the age of good budget phones is here. The Honor 6X continues the tradition of a budget phone with premium build quality and decent hardware.
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Samsung hasn’t made the Galaxy S8 official just yet, but the rumor mill has worked pretty hard to reveal just about everything it can regarding the next flagship, leading up to a new photo revealing the handset out in the wild.
VentureBeat has published a photo that allegedly shows both the front and ... Read More »
It’s expected that we’re going to see some high-profile devices from LG in the next month or so, including a new flagship smartphone and a pair of Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches. But before those products are officially announced, the ... Read More »
Remember Google Voice? It seemed for a while there that Google didn’t, but today a major update to Google Voice has been confirmed.
After wrapping up a lengthy investigation into the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 fires, Samsung Electronics has indicated that it will not be launching the Samsung Galaxy S8 at Mobile World Congress. Traditionally, Barcelona’s tech conference has served as the launchpad for Galaxy ... Read More »
Samsung Electronics today confirmed the cause of its Galaxy Note 7 fires, stating that the crisis stemmed from two separate battery issues. The first round was caused by a flaw in the battery design, which could cause electrodes to bend and eventually allow the positive and negative tabs to come into contact, short ... Read More »