Qualcomm debuts its first 64-bit quad-core processor for mobile devices

A Qualcomm executive in October said that 64-bit processors in mobile devices are a gimmick when Apple unveiled its 64-bit A7 processor. What a difference two months make. Here we are almost midway through December and Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 410 - its first 64-bit processor for mobile devices. Qualcomm publicly rebuked Anand Chandrasekher, the marketing executive who originally downplayed the importance of 64-bit...

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Nexus 4 joins Android 4.4 KitKat party

The Google Nexus 4 didn’t receive its Android 4.4 KitKat update as quickly as anticipated, even though the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets did start the update process last week. The Google and LG-built Nexus 4 smartphone appears to be starting its update rollout now. Like all Android updates, it’s a staged rollout that will not be available to everyone. Users can check by going to Settings > About phone > System updates, but they may...

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Nokia’s Phablet the Lumia 1520 is Coming to AT&T on the 15th for $199

The big announcement last month at Nokia World was its new flagship phablet device, the Nokia Lumia 1520. With its quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 20MP Pure View camera, 6-inch display, and it's monster 3,400mah battery, the Lumia 1520 looks to be the best Windows Phone out right now.  A firm release date was not given at Nokia World for this device however we have learned that AT&T will be launching their version of the device...

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AT&T Looking to Buy Vodafone and Muscle its Way Into the European Market

AT&T is trying to break into the European wireless market and doesn't want to start from scratch...what to do? Buyout an established company, of course, and that brand is Vodafone. Vodafone has a huge network that provides mobile service in over 30 countries worldwide and has a user base to match it. The carrier is so large that if the takeover were to be successful, AT&T would become the world's largest wireless provider....

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Fact: Nokia has a Working Smart Watch Prototype Named “Facet”

With the rumors that Nokia was working on a smart watch flying around and a picture of a "prototype" watch leaked it seemed only a matter of time till someone dug up something concrete on a Nokia watch. Well someone did... It seems that Engadget found some patents that Nokia had on a watch and than got contacted by Kent Lyons who worked on the watch concept codenamed "Facet". Facet is an interesting concept to say the least with six...

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Rumor: Windows Phones Going “Buttonless” in the Future

For a little while there was a hot rumor going around that Microsoft was trying get rid of the back button on it's devices because it was confusing to some consumers. Now word on the street is that Microsoft is trying to get rid of all the buttons and replace them with onscreen buttons to make the devices cheaper for manufacturers to make their devices. Also this move would give legs to the "dual boot device" rumor since said device...

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