As you probably know Indian manufacturers Karbonn, Xolo, and Lava are all gearing up to create new Windows Phone handsets. Now, thanks to Times of India we also get to learn some details on what they’ll be about.
They’re all very competitively priced and we’ve got a bit of info on their specs, too. Read more »
The Samung Galaxy S4′s companion, the S Band, never saw the light of retail day, but it looks like Samsung is trying again to bring the S Band to market with the release of the Galaxy S5.
The S Band fitness tracker should be released in a few months. Hit the jump below to learn more about the wearable’s features. Read more »
Russia has seen a boom in tablet use.
According to the research firm, IDC, tablet sales have more than doubled in the region for the year of 2013. Read more »
Google is now offering additional Google Drive online storage space at more affordable prices.
The cuts are fairly significant and certainly offer you more bang for your buck. Read more »
An Indian commission accused Google of using its internet search engine dominance unfairly.
They cited it as a violation of antitrust laws, and Google may be facing a $5 Billion penalty as a result. Read more »
We’ve got the trailer for the next Angry Birds gamer and it seems that Rovio’s flock of feathered protagonists are sick of outer space and Brazil, and they’re going back to the past.
The trailer suggests (heavily) that the next Angry Birds game will be set in Medieval Times. What tipped us off? Oh, maybe the giant armored knight in the trailer. Read more »
It looks like the list of new features for Windows Phone 8.1 keeps growing and growing.
The latest one is a nifty little option called Wi-Fi Sense. Read more »
Samsung has decided to throw their hat into the online music service game with their own internet radio called: Milk Music.
The nomenclature may sound a bit odd, but apparently it was inspired by Samsung’s “fresh” take on delivering internet radio service to its user base. Read more »
So you have a little rug-rat or two of your own that is constantly grabbing at your phone. You let them play with it, but want to make sure they’re downloading apps that are appropriate for them.
Well it looks like Samsung has got your back with the Samsung kids app store. Read more »
It looks like pico projectors on smartphones are going to be able to up their imaging game.
That is, thanks to Texas Instruments’ new 0.3” TRP DLP Pico chipset. Read more »
Images of Nokia’s first Android phone, the Nokia X, have surfaced, and they show the handset in all of its taken apart glory.
The images get pretty detailed, check them out after the jump. Read more »
Apple’s stockpile of the iPhone 5c has reached over 3 million units, confirming what most already know: it isn’t exactly a hot seller.
2 million units are at Pegatron, the manufacturer of the 5c, with the rest sitting on shelves hoping someone will take them home. Read more »
Reports indicate that TSMC has already begun manufacturing their first batch of A8 processors for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6.
We aren’t going to see anything new from Apple until Q3 of this year, however. Read more »
In just four months, Sony has sold over 6 million Playstation 4 consoles.
Microsoft’s Xbox One, on the other hand, has sold 4.8 million units. But both consoles should see a steady increase in sales due to new pricing and availability developments. Read more »
Yep, that includes iOS.
A new survey from Gartner, who previously predicted that Apple would reign supreme until 2015, has revealed the Android has taken 62% of the tablet OS market share. Read more »