Windows Phone’s software keyboard is loved by many, and even from the Mobile OS’ debut, was hailed as one of the best features the platform had to offer.
Not content with their current success, Microsoft has managed to one up their previous software keyboard, and nab a Guinness world record in the process with their new ‘Word Flow’ keyboard. Read more »
So wireless charging has existed for quite some time, but doesn’t seem to have caught on as well as manufacturers would like.
Nokia’s decided to do something about it, and will be including wireless charging units with their Lumia 930 smartphone. Read more »
It seems that they’ll let just about anyone make a smartwatch these days.
Will.i.am of Black Eyed peas fame, a former Blackberry proponent, and Intel’s Director of Creative Innovation, has announced that he plans on releasing a smartwatch this July. He was even wearing a prototype of the device on Alan Carr’s show: Chatty Man. Read more »
The OnePlus team is putting together a contest where three lucky winners will each be able to get their hands on a One handset.
If you’re interested (which we’re sure you are) you’ll need to enter their Photo-Mania contest. Check out the details after the jump. Read more »
Google’s Project Ara is well on it’s way, and big G has revealed some more information about the exciting new build-your-own-smartphone adventure.
We’ve got video released straight from Google below, after the jump. Hit it to see the cool things the Californian search engine overlord has in store. Read more »
Can’t wait to get your hands on the Windows Phone 8.1 update? Well an official date hasn’t been set for the consumer version.
However, the developer edition of the update is seeding on April 14th, and it’s free for anyone to download. Read more »
Keep users rejoice: Google has given it’s note-taking service a major update.
It’s now at version 2.2, and will get a whole new slew of features, the most instantly recognizable of them being a way more colorful visual upgrade. Read more »
Microsoft has gone and uploaded a a video detailing all of the new features of Windows Phone 8.1 on their official YouTube channel.
We’ve got the video posted right after the jump. Read more »
Why is it that it always seems to take three tries to get your USB cable or drive into the slot? Also, why do we need to have one end of the USB cable to be fatter than the other?
Well it looks like that’s about to change, as the USB Type C cable is reversible, but also, symmetrical. Read more »
So you want a OnePlus One, but you don’t have or want to shell out the cash to get one for yourself?
Well you’re in luck, because the CyanogenMod team is giving away 10 of these handsets to anyone who participates in their contest. Hit the jump to see the rules and how you can potentially get your hands on a OnePlus One. Read more »
So you’re rocking an Android phone in the corporate environment, and even though you can get your work emails on your handset, you feel a little down and out that you’re missing out on the full Outlook experience.
Well cheer up, because Microsoft has just announced that they’re going to release an Outlook web application for Android. Read more »
It seems the more that we learn about the NSA and its practices, the worse the story gets.
New evidence suggests that the US-agency targeted 122 key world figures for unlawful surveillance. Read more »
Have you ever used a free application in Android, and then found yourself clicking on an ad in the app, even though you could have sworn you never touched the foul pop-up?
Well that’s because there are some applications that give you the illusion of choice when it comes to not selecting an ad; they register any press on the screen as an ad-click. Google wants to put an end to that and other tricky in-app add practices. Read more »
A couple of nice chaps have launched an indiegogo campaign to raise funds for QiPOWER.
The product would allow you to charge your phone wirelessly wherever you like in your home. How? Hit the jump to find out. Read more »