This September 9, 2015 was suppose to be one of the biggest Apple Event, with bigger venue and bigger promise. And it was a disappointment, people are kind of over joyed. Take a look at our quick coverage on all updates of today.
Last month, Taiwanese manufacturer of Android and Windows phones, HTC, unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, HTC One (Developer Edition). At that time, the company didn’t mention when the device would be launched. But later, we came to know that the shipment of HTC One will be delayed than schedule. Now HTC has officially announced the arriving date of HTC One (Developer Edition). Keep reading for details.
Kyocera is positioning itself as the ultimate durable brand for cellphones. Kyocera DuraPro, the only rugged phone from U.S. Cellular, fulfills military standards for shock, dust, and water resistance. Although there is no high-tech specs or features, it serves the purpose it is built for.
A mysterious Twitter account with the handle @BB10Leaks has leaked a screengrab of a presentation showing the BlackBerry 10 roadmap from Q1 2013 to Q2 2014. According to the leaked photo, some new devices with the BlackBerry 10 OS are awaiting to be released in the next 1 year.
After years of denying, Facebook is on the verge of releasing its own smartphone, made by HTC. What is more interesting is that the device uses Google’s Android software. According to people briefed on the matter, Facebook will announce the phone at a news conference on Thursday in the company’s Monte Carlo headquarters.
Asus showed the Padfone Infinity on February at MWC 2013. This third-generation smartphone-tablet hybrid is now available for pre-order in Asus’s home country Taiwan. The expected release of the device is on April.
HTC is on its way to make Windows Phone-powered devices. We came to know that the smartphone maker may offer a mid-spec’ed Windows Phone, which is internally known as the HTC Tiara. HTC has just brought the Jelly Bean powered HTC One; now it is busy to unveil its first Windows Phone 8 device.
At a time of heightened tension between North Korea and South Korea and the U.S., the North Korean government has cut mobile internet access for foreign visitors. The decision came in less than a month after the reclusive regime opened mobile internet access for visitors.
AT&T is the very first carrier in the US offering BlackBerry’s newest smartphone, BlackBerry Z10 at a price of $200 with a two-year contract. But mysteriously, people are showing very less response to buy BlackBerry Z10. More exciting news is where AT&T is supposed to display the BlackBerry Z10 more widely all over its stores, it is just doing the opposite.
This time, Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt has been spotted with a BlackBerry, not a Nexus. Some leading news sites have covered it with importance, as always. Die-hard fans of BlackBerry are probably counting it as a win, just like iPhone fans in similar incidents earlier. But, is the fuss focused on the right thing? I think it is not.
BlackBerry Z10 is one of the fabulous smartphones of 2013 brought by RIM. Recently in an interview on March 21, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins said that the company will release four new smartphones this year, including a new ‘exciting’ flagship phone around the holidays.
Nvidia has been betting heavily on mobile gaming and the chip-maker is gearing up with a new batch of chips to those ends. At the GPU Technology Conference, the company unveiled its upcoming crop of Tegra SoCs. These next-gen Tegra SoCs are codenamed ‘Logan’ and ‘Parker.’
HTC announced its new flagship phone – the HTC One – a few weeks ago. The phone was scheduled to start shipping in third week of March, but due to some component shortages the Taiwanese smartphone maker pushed back the release date to April (the timing will vary by market).
Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, Galaxy S4, is already here. It is being expected that Apple will soon come up with its new iPhone offering, probably named iPhone 5S, to be pitted against Galaxy S4. Meanwhile, retailers are gearing up to clean out their inventories with discounts on earlier handsets. And RadioShack is the first one to do so.
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