Thanks to Amazon, we will soon get to participate in the new “holiday” of Prime Day. Prime Day is a sort of Black Friday for Amazon Prime subscribers that will let you get in on some awesome deals on July 15.
To celebrate Prime Day, Soundfreaq and G-Project are planning to put a few of their ... Read More »
Amazon took a bold approach with its first smartphone, the Fire phone. At best, you could say Amazon tried to focus on features instead of specs, bringing forward a handful of new ways to interact with your phone and the world around you. At worst, the phone was one big gimmick being sold for ... Read More »
Samsung is considered the big dog in most large markets, especially here in the US. The company dominates all others around it, meaning firms like HTC and LG are just picking up the crumbs. However, China is a very different smartphone market. It’s very price-focused and it looks like Samsung can’t stay on top there.
Motorola hasn’t exactly been the most successful Android manufacturer in the world. No, in the current market, Samsung dominates and everyone else is left picking up the crumbs. But we learned that Motorola isn’t doing too bad recently, as the company announced its shipment figures over Twitter. Not many companies do this, but it’s great ... Read More »
The Chromecast has become a popular little device. Despite talking about it so much and recommending it endlessly, we can’t really claim too much credit for that. But according to Sundar Pichai, head of Android and Chrome, the Chromecast has sold “millions” of devices. No solid number was given, but that’s impressive nonetheless.
Samsung wasn’t the first to make a “phablet,” or a smartphone that was reaching tablet size. The Dell Streak was famous for being too large and becoming a commercial failure. Who could hold a five inch device? It’s ridiculous! But Samsung was the first to make the phablet truly popular.
Ready for another dose of sales figures? Samsung has just released a new number regarding Galaxy S4 sales and boy, is it a big one. Within just the first two months of its release, Samsung has now shipped 20 million Galaxy S4s. In comparison, the Galaxy S III took 100 days to gain the honor ... Read More »
Who says Leap Days are not special? They only come once every four years, and the best way to celebrate it just may be by purchasing a new phone or tablet. If you’re in the market for a new device, Verizon is holding a very good deal tomorrow, allowing you to save $100 on the ... Read More »
After nearly four years with T-Mobile, I switched to Verizon last year on December 15th when the Galaxy Nexus was released. I’ve only been a customer for a little over two months, but Verizon has quickly become my favorite wireless carrier and I would recommend them to any of my family or friends.