There’s a number of reports out today predicting Apple will release iOS 8 beta 4 right at the end of July, although this is certainly not with the normal pattern and those making this assumption seem to think a 3 week gap is the norm. While beta 3 arrived after a 3 week gap, this…
In the last couple of days, EA Sports revealed their FIFA 15 global cover star with Barcelona’s Leo Messi taking the role and looking lonely, as seen in the picture on this page. This isn’t the finished cover and you can expect another football player to feature soon, although what name should feature next to…
Google Play Music All Access rolled out last year to compete with the streaming services like Spotify and Slacker. It’s taken a while for Google to bring the All Access to other regions, but they added an additional 6 countries to their subscription-based service today.
Last week, we told you about the price of the Micromax Canvas A093 in India, and it appears that’s not the only new handset the company has on the market. The Micromax Canvas HD Plus has shown up at an online retailer in India for Rs 13,500.
Towards the end of June, Samsung unveiled a slew of devices, and one of them was the Samsung Galaxy Core 2. It’s a mid-range device aimed at emerging markets, and it’s now available for purchase in India for Rs 11,900.
It hasn’t been an easy road for Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus. They got folks excited with their low-priced flagship before a long string of PR mishaps began. A botched invite system kicked things off, and now customers that were lucky enough to receive a handset are being hit with yellow screens.
AT&T recently introduced the Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 on their network. Today they brought another Samsung tablet into the mix as you can purchase the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 online directly from the carrier.
Many thought 2014 would be the year of Google Glass, but that’s changed thanks to Android Wear and a potential game changer from Apple later this year. The iWatch is coming eventually, and a new report out of Korea has it arriving in three different form factors.
Smartphones like the LG G3 and iPhone 5s are touted as “Premium” devices, but Vertu and Bentley have a different something a little different in mind. The British brands have announced a partnership to produce five new luxury handsets, with the first device scheduled to hit the streets in October.
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone that won’t break the bank, the HTC Desire 616 and Moto G are great choices, but which one is right for you? We’ve gone over both handsets and broken things down so you can check out the specs, and make an informed decision on which device is right for you.