Samsung Galaxy S7 Landing on Feb. 21 at MWC
Feb01

Samsung Galaxy S7 Landing on Feb. 21 at MWC

We have yet to get the 100% official confirmation on anything regarding the Samsung Galaxy S7, yet we still know everything about the upcoming flagship. We know how it looks, what specs it has, and we now even know when it will launch. It’s not much of a revelation from Evan Blass (notoriously accurate tipster) that the Galaxy S7 will make its strutting debut on the smartphone scene at the Mobile World Conference at the end of the...

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Leaked Factory Render of Sony Xperia C6
Jan31

Leaked Factory Render of Sony Xperia C6

Hands up if you liked the Xperia C5 Ultra? We did, the device was just a solid (admittedly expensive) mid-ranger with a sprinkling of high end goodness thanks to its interesting cameras and near bezel-less design. Sony is now working on the Xperia C6, which will be smaller than the 6-inch C5 Ultra, but will take inspiration from its design. That’s if a render of the device leaked online is to be believed. Reliable source, @OnLeaks...

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BlackBerry to Focus on Android Confirms Exec
Jan31

BlackBerry to Focus on Android Confirms Exec

In case you didn’t get the memo, BlackBerry makes devices for Android these says, and in fact it is looking increasingly likely that the company is now a full-time Android OEM. John Chen has already said that there will be no new BB10 (BlackBerry’s own platform) hardware in the near future, although the company will support devices already running the software. Now another BlackBerry executive has given the clearest indication that...

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BlackBerry Sticking with Android, Developing Vienna
Nov12

BlackBerry Sticking with Android, Developing Vienna

BlackBerry is now a car carrying member of the Android family and the Priv is selling well enough early in its life that the company is even casting an eye to the future. That future will be the company going back to a tired and tested form factor that served it so well before the uniqueness of the Priv (sliding screen unveiling a keyboard) and the Passport (massive square). The BlackBerry Vienna is a device in development that will...

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BlackBerry Talks Android Security
Nov06

BlackBerry Talks Android Security

One of the questions surrounding the BlackBerry Priv flagship is how the company will manage to implement its market leading security nous on the Android platform. That should be the notoriously unsecure Android platform as 98 per cent of all mobile based malware attacks happen on Google’s platform. Today BlackBerry has said how it will make sure the Priv upholds the company’s excellent security reputation. Google has recently said...

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