Saturday, 13 October 2012

Motorola DROID RAZR HD duo will hit Verizon on October 18

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Verizon Wireless announced that the Motorola DROID RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD duo will land on its shelves on October 18. The DROID RAZR HD will be priced at $199.99, while the 3300mAh sporting RAZR MAXX HD will set potential users back with $299.99.

Sunday, 7 October 2012

BlackBerry 10 beta 3 released, shows revamped UI

By on 02:29

At a special event yesterday RIM unveiled the BlackBerry 10 beta 3 running on the company's new test device, the Dev Alpha B.
The UI look and feel of this latest BlackBerry 10 build is what RIM will be putting on its final BB10 devices in early 2013. And according to those, who've tried it, it really has the potential to grab people's attention.

HTC One X+ makes an appearance in an O2 UK brochure

By on 02:23

The previously rumored HTC One X+ seems to be right around the corner, folks. The upcoming smartphone has made an appearance in a brochure for UK's wireless carrier O2.

AT&T to get US dibs on Lumia 920 and 820 in November

By on 02:14

AT&T will be the US carrier to go to this holiday season if you are after Nokia's latest Windows Phone 8 smartphones.
With AT&T the Nokia Lumia 920 will be available in various colors including cyan, yellow, red, white and black. As far as we know, the cyan color was not part of the originally announced range of colors for the Lumia 920 so perhaps it will be exclusive to AT&T.

Microsoft to hold a Windows Phone 8 event on October 29

By on 02:13

With its Windows 8 and Surface tablet launch event detailed, Microsoft has spilled the beans on its Windows Phone 8 launch event as well.
Taking place in San Francisco on October 29 at 10:00 AM, the event will give us the long-awaited details on Windows Phone 8. Microsoft has been very secretive of the latest iteration of its mobile OS, so it's going to be quite an event.

Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX price drops to $50 on contract

By on 02:11

Amazon Wireless has a killer deal for droid lovers who want huge battery life and don't mind slightly aged hardware and software - they are offering the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX for just $50 (with a 2-year Verizon contract, of course).
Both Verizon's and Motorola's sites still list the phone at $200, while Best Buy has it at $150. For comparison, a non-MAXX Droid RAZR (with 16GB of built-in storage instead of 32GB) goes for $30($100 on Verizon's site).
What you might want to look at is the new RAZR M - it doesn’t have such a big battery ("only" 2000mAh) or as much storage, but it's a very compact phone with two Krait cores and is going for only$40 at the moment.

Galaxy Note II firmware update brings split-screen multitasking

By on 02:08

Samsung has released a firmware update for the Galaxy Note II, which enables the much anticipated split-screen multitasking feature.
Multi-View enhances the multitasking capabilities of the Galaxy Note II, allowing you to run two apps on the screen simultaneously. Mind you, not all Android apps are supported, but unlike the Galaxy Note 10.1, where only Samsung apps could be brought up to the screen, Multi-Window supports Google apps as well (Gmail, YouTube, Chrome and Talk).

Xperia Tablet S sales suspended due to manufacturing issues

By on 02:06

Sony made a tough decision to suspend the Xperia Tablet S sales because of a manufacturing issue resulting in gaps between the screen and the panel. This causes problems with the splash resistance and the Tablet S will get soaked eventually.

Samsung outs Q3 2012 earning guidance, expects another record

By on 02:04

Today Samsung announced its earning guidance for Q3 2012 and expects yet another record breaking quarter (fourth in a row). According to the preliminary report, the company is expecting an achieve an operating profit of $7.28 billion.