Motorola took to the stage at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona yesterday to unveil two new handsets, the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus. It detailed everything that’s new in these devices and what sets them apart from the competition. The company will now gradually release the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus in most markets across the globe. It has confirmed the Moto G5 Plus release date for India via a Twitter post.
Read full post →Moto G5 Plus Release Date For India Confirmed

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 last month, HTC announced a couple of new accessories for its Vive virtual reality headset. The company has confirmed the official price for the Vive Tracker and Vive Deluxe Audio Strap accessories at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. It has also revealed HTC Vive financing options that will be available to customers who are looking to pick up its virtual reality headset.
Read full post →HTC Vive Financing Options And Accessories Price Revealed

Verizon recently decided that it would start offering an unlimited plan again and it took only a couple of days for T-Mobile to respond in kind by improving its unlimited plan. AT&T has been quiet for several weeks but it’s now coming out with a new unlimited plan in response to its rivals. They’ve been competitively priced to keep Verizon and T-Mobile in check.
Read full post →AT&T Unlimited Plan Improved In Response To Rivals

Motorola really got the ball rolling on smartwatches with circular displays a couple of years ago when it came out with the original Moto 360. However, there has been radio silence from the Lenovo-owned company over its smartwatch plans recently, but it has finally spoken up about those plans at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. It’s not good news for Moto smartwatch fans, though.
Read full post →No New Motorola Smartwatch In The Pipeline

[MWC 2017] We know that not everyone needs a projector, but in case you do, maybe you’re the type that does a lot of presentations on the road, or maybe you attend a fair amount of parties and would like a big screen to showcase movies or videos on, then that’s where portable projectors come in handy. Read full post →Sony Unveils Xperia Touch Android-Powered Projector

Live streaming these days is pretty common, and given how widespread virtual reality is becoming, soon streaming in VR will become pretty commonplace, especially when you consider that there are quite a few affordable VR headsets out there in the market today. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that Ricoh has something for would-be streamers. Read full post →Ricoh Unveils 360-Degree Camera That Can Stream Live

The Sony XZs is a high-end device just announced at MWC 2017 which is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip. Sony has optimized it for value-to the user, and this device isn’t meant as winning any “specs war” — that role is fulfilled by the Sony XZ Premium, which is powered by a Snapdragon 835 and features a 4K display. Don’t miss our review of the XZ Premium either.

The XZs focuses on the camera experience by using Sony’s latest and greatest image sensor which is capable of capturing shots at an incredible speed of 960 FPS. Sony also designed the phone to be a bit more compact than the XZ Premium model. Compactness and large display are conflicting requests that often show up in consumer surveys, so phone makers have to strike a balance. Read full post →Sony XPERIA XZs Review: Hands-On

Last year during BlizzCon, Blizzard announced the Overwatch League. Given that Blizzard has never really kept it a secret that they wanted to break into the eSports scene, the Overwatch League certainly sounds like a pretty good place to start. For those wondering when the League is expected to commence, you’ll be pleased to learn that it will be soon. Read full post →Overwatch League Will Commence In Q3 2017

As our homes are getting smarter and more connected, why not our cities too, right? At CES earlier this year, AT&T unveiled their plans for the Smart Cities program, and now it looks like the carrier has detailed more of their plans, one of which involves a deal with GE to install Current CityIQ sensors into streetlights. Read full post →AT&T To install Smart Streetlights To Monitor Traffic

The leaks for the Samsung Galaxy S8 have been steadily finding their way online, and now thanks to a video uploaded onto YouTube by Slashleaks, it shows both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus in action. The video appears to have been taken from Weibo in China and while it is short, it gives us a decent look at what to expect. Read full post →Video Allegedly Shows The Galaxy S8, S8 Plus In Action