Will the Moto X+1 have a 3D screen?
Aug26

Will the Moto X+1 have a 3D screen?

We already know what the Moto X+1 will look like, a leaked official render took care of that. An early sales page from a Brazilian retailer took care of telling us the specs of Motorola's next flagship, while that same retailer also told us there would be a leather option. So, the real question is, what is left to know about the Moto X+1? As it turns out, the smartphone may have one or two surprises left to wow us with when it...

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Huawei to No Longer Make Windows Phone “for now”
Aug25

Huawei to No Longer Make Windows Phone “for now”

One of Microsoft's plans going forward for the growth of Windows Phone is low end devices that will reach the emerging markets and the first time smartphone user. Well that plan just took a big time hit with phone manufacturer Huawei announcing they will no longer be making Windows Phone devices. Reason given? Windows Phone is "not profitable" for them. This is according to Richard Yu, the head of Huawei's consumer business group in...

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LG to roll out simple UI to more devices
Aug21

LG to roll out simple UI to more devices

The LG G3 surprised a great many in the tech world when it launched because for the first time the Korean company has done everything right. LG has been making good smartphones for a few years, but the G3 was a shift to making arguably the best, with cool design, blazing performance, and even a decent price. The G3 also addressed one of the things that has plagued previous good smartphones from LG, such as the G2, and that's software....

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Xperia M2 gets Android 4.4 confirms Sony
Aug21

Xperia M2 gets Android 4.4 confirms Sony

Sony's Xperia M2 is a solid mid-range smartphone that we discussed in-depth yesterday when Sony unveiled the waterproof version, the M2 Aqua. It is a busy week for the handset as the Japanese company has today announced that the entire Xperia M2 range (including the M2 Duo and the upcoming Aqua) will be getting a bump to Android 4.4. The smartphone currently runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean but is getting the hike to the latest full...

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HTC to launch more handsets on Windows
Aug14

HTC to launch more handsets on Windows

HTC has been in a bit of a rut lately as it has lost ground in the Android wars and is struggling to make ends meet. One of the ways the company will attempt to reverse the decline is by launching its much admired HTC One M8 flagship on Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, with that handset due to launch this month. However, that may not be the only HTC smartphone heading to Android's rival platform. According to a source inside HTC's...

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