LG’s Tab Book 11 is a little bonkers
Jul29

LG’s Tab Book 11 is a little bonkers

LG has added to its growing tablet line up today with a large screen slate that is a hybrid between a traditional tablet and a laptop. It even has the specs to boast and the new LG Tab Book 11 is arguably the most powerful Android tablet on the market. Yes, that's right, this is a laptop bothering tablet that runs on Android. Of course, using specs reserved for full computing seems a little pointless for a tablet running a mobile...

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Nokia X Devices to get Update
Jul28

Nokia X Devices to get Update

Less then a week after announcing that they will no longer produce the Nokia X line of devices, Microsoft has announced a firmware update for the smartphones. Some of these updates include a new App Switcher feature and improved Outlook experience. While I release this announcement doesn't affect too many of you out there, it is nevertheless worth talking about since it shows continued support for a DOA product. This leads me to...

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Blackberry uses internet comment section to talk up Passport
Jul22

Blackberry uses internet comment section to talk up Passport

Blackberry has embarked on a bizarre marketing ploy to show that its Passport smartphone is winning customers back from iOS and Android. The company has lagged behind Apple and Google in the mobile platform market and has even slipped behind Microsoft's Windows Phone. Arriving late for the smartphone touch screen boom, the company formerly known as RIM has slipped from its pedestal and now relies on enterprise and not hardware to stay...

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Has Microsoft Set Nokia Up for a Comeback?
Jul21

Has Microsoft Set Nokia Up for a Comeback?

Microsoft has made a few "bold moves" in the past few weeks including the announcement that they will no longer be producing feature phones including the popular and successful Asha and S40 devices. Not only that but as part of the massive layoffs they have let go the teams that work on those devices. You may be thinking how does all this help Nokia?  As part of the Microsoft buyout Nokia is not allowed to make smartphones until 2016,...

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Take a peek at HTC’s smart watch
Jul21

Take a peek at HTC’s smart watch

HTC's first assault on the wearable market will come later in the year when the company releases its first smart watch. The device is shrouded in mystery, but according to noted tipster, Evleaks, the image you see above is what HTC's wrist device will look like. The Taiwanese company has gained a reputation in recent years for its high end design, especially on its HTC One M7 and M8 flagship smartphones. Indeed, in many ways last...

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