The SmartWatch is Now Supersized Welcome “Rufus Cuff”
Apr16

The SmartWatch is Now Supersized Welcome “Rufus Cuff”

You know it was only a matter of time till some stopped trying to squeeze a smartphone into a watch and simply said to heck with it lets simply put a smartphone on peoples wrists.  Well that day is here welcome the "Rufus Cuff".  This device is doesn't even pretend to be a watch it's a brand new mobile category. I don't really know who this is aimed it it's 2000's version of the watch calculator that was seen on the techist people...

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Huawei to Launch P8 Lite
Feb17

Huawei to Launch P8 Lite

Huawei’s follow up to the Ascend P7, the P8 (the company dropped the Ascend branding) has been in the works for some time and is expected to be launched in London on April 15th. Aside from the flagship bothering P8, Huawei may have one surprise in store if reports of a P8 Lite are true. Tech journalist Antonio Monaco tweeted on Tuesday that the Chinese company will be launching the Lite version alongside the P8 proper in London in...

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Huawei Honor Holly is UK Bound

Huawei’s Honor Holly has been available in select emerging markets and China for some time, but now the company is rolling out its mid-range smartphone in Europe. The Chinese brand announced that the handset is now available for pre-order in the UK, but the buying process is pretty unique to say the least. Interestingly, Huawei says that it will allow consumers to influence the price of the Honor Holly, at least partially. Instead of...

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Huawei’s 2015 Smartphone Roadmap
Jan29

Huawei’s 2015 Smartphone Roadmap

Huawei is celebrating the best year of its history, with smartphone sales of over 70 million the Chinese company while it managed record revenue through 2014. The Chinese brand has a show pencilled in at the Mobile World Conference (MWC) in Barcelona early in March, but looking forward Huawei has shown its 2015 roadmap, and it includes numerous new products. There will be at least three new series of smartphones on the way, including...

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Huawei Chief Says Samsung is Biggest Rival, not Xiaomi
Jan28

Huawei Chief Says Samsung is Biggest Rival, not Xiaomi

It is easy to think that Xiaomi is Huawei’s biggest rival, after-all the company showed up in the Chinese market and stole plenty of thunder from the older Huawei. However, according to Huawei CEO Richard Yu, the upstart Xiaomi is not the company’s biggest rival at all… that distinction goes to Korean giant Samsung, the company that is the biggest smartphone manufacturer on the planet. Huawei is locked in a battle with Lenovo, LG, and...

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