Come IFA 2015, we expect Samsung will officially detail their upcoming smartwatch, the Samsung Gear S2. Now what we know right now is that there is at least one smartwatch which is the Gear S2, but it seems that Samsung could have at least one more smartwatch and this time it is in the form of the Gear S2 Classic.
This is thanks to a recent trademark filed in South Korea (via SamMobile) in which the name was spotted. Like we said so far Samsung has pretty much only teased the Gear S2 so we’re not sure what exactly the Gear S2 Classic will entail. Could it be that this is a South Korean-only variant which is why it was trademarked in South Korea? Read full post →Samsung Gear S2 Classic Trademarked In South Korea
BlackBerry makes pretty solid devices in terms of its quality and its operating system. However if there is one thing that they don’t have is a strong ecosystem, unlike iOS or Android where there are millions of apps to choose from. Granted you don’t need all of them, but it’s always nice to have options.
This is something that BlackBerry’s CEO John Chen admitted the company needs to work on. Speaking at a talk at the Churchill Club in Palo Alto, California, Chen said that BlackBerry devices need more apps, but interestingly enough he stopped short of admitting that the company was working on a BlackBerry Android handset. Read full post →BlackBerry CEO Admits Their Devices Needs More Apps