After months of rumors and speculation, we finally know the date on which we’ll get to see Google’s new Nexus smartphones. Google is sending invitations for an event that’s taking place at 9:00 am PT on September 29. Google says that it’ll show “some new treats” at ... Read More »
Google’s rumored September 29 event could be even bigger than originally anticipated.
Samsung is no stranger to strange smartphone designs. The company has released Android-based high end flip phones, devices with gently curved displays, and now devices with sharp curves in the sides of the display. Screens are Samsung’s specialty.
The latest rumor going around is that Samsung is planning to release a new device with a ... Read More »
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The ZTE Spro 2 was announced at CES the beginning of the of this year. This is ZTE’s follow up to their original Sprint LivePro, which is simply a portable projector that runs Android with a display that has ... Read More »
The original Samsung Galaxy Note was the subject of criticism and jokes when it debuted in 2011. Its 5.3-inch display was substantially larger than most phones at the time — especially the popular iPhone and its 3.5-inch screen. In the time since, though, phones have caught up with the Note ... Read More »
A recent report claimed that Google is going to unveil its new Nexus phones on September 29. That leaves plenty of time for more leaks, and today the LG-made Nexus has made another appearance.
As the line between smartwatches and fitness bands grows blurrier and blurrier, Motorola is leading the way by releasing the Moto 360 Sport, which features the best of both worlds.
Motorola’s new Moto 360 Collection is official with the second-gen 360, available for pre-order today
The Motorola Moto 360 is undoubtedly the smartwatch that put Android Wear in the map. It was the first round, full color smartwatch to hit the mass market, and it showed us just how beautiful a nontraditional watch could be. Today Motorola is announcing the much anticipated followup to the Moto 360 as a ... Read More »
CNet is reporting today that according to people familiar with the company’s plans, Google will be holding this year’s Nexus event on September 29 in San Francisco, where it will announce two Nexus devices.
If it can go wrong, it will.
I specifically remember my Manufacturing Engineering Professor saying this in class one day. It means that if you don’t specifically design how the product can be used and include safeguards for how the product shouldn’t be used, people are going to figure out how to use it wrong. It doesn’t matter ... Read More »