Samsung to Showcase Tizen Device at MWC

Samsung has been flirting with releasing a device running the new open source Tizen OS for over a year now and after a few false starts it seems like at this years Mobile World Congress we may finally see this device. According to reports from ITNews Samsung "sent out invitations for the February event." Samsung stated that "an exclusive sneak preview of the newest Tizen devices as well as an opportunity to learn about the major...

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LG Android Devices to Come With BlackBerry Messenger

While BlackBerry's devices themselves are not doing so well their other services continue to thrive and be stay in demand.  One of the most popular of those services is BlackBerry Messenger, it was recently introduced into the Play Store for Android devices and now this service will be preloaded on some LG Android devices. BlackBerry and LG have announced that the LG G Pro Lite will be the first device to have BBM preloaded on it...

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Microsoft’s Search for a CEO Will Continue into 2014

Microsoft is a company that has only had two CEO's in it's 38-year history, and the company doesn't seem to be in that big of a hurry to pick its third CEO. Today they announced that their search for a new CEO will continue into next year and complete "in the early part of 2014." While this news is not totally unexpected, it did seem to come as a shock to some as shares of Microsoft fell on this news.  They did however update you on...

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Windows Phone 8.1 (Blue) Features Leaked: notification center and Siri-like assistant on the way

The Verge has fresh information on the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update and it looks promising to say the least. The thing that will be the biggest update for most users is the addition of "Cortana," the voice activated personal assistant which claims to be more integrated and useful than Siri or S-Voice. But there are a bunch of other new tricks coming to Windows Phone according to the report; let's take a look at them... With the...

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Nexus 5 Design Changed Based on Feedback

The Nexus 5 device is a great phone at a great price; however, according to the reviews I have seen and the feedback from normal everyday users, it had a few minor hiccups during use. Now reports are surfacing that someone at Google/LG was listening and a few minor tweaks have been made on the design to fix a couple of those hiccups. The major issue that I have read about is the low volume coming out of the speakers on this device and...

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