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Samsung A5 Rumored For Launch In November In China

10/07/2014, Samsung is working on a trio of new devices that will fall under the A-series of handsets. These will be joining the Samsung Galaxy Alpha as part of Samsung’s new smartphones that feature metal builds, something that Samsung’s detractors have...

Cyanogen Inc. To Team Up With Micromax In India

10/07/2014, CyanogenMod has come a long way from back in the day in which it existed as a ROM for Android users who were frustrated with the skinned UIs that OEMs tend to load their phones with. The team has since spun off into a company called Cyanogen Inc. and have...

Apple Expected To Purchase 25% Of The World’s DRAM Supply In 2015

10/07/2014,  Given the number of products that Apple sells, we guess it isn’t surprising that they require a lot of components from various suppliers and manufacturers to help build their products. Well it seems that in 2015, Apple could be buying up a huge chunk...

Samsung A5 Makes Its Way Onto GFXBench With 64-bit Chipset

10/07/2014, Word on the street has it that Samsung is working on at least a trio of new devices that will be part of its A-series of smartphones. This includes the Samsung A3, A5, and the A7. The rumors suggest that these phones will be the successors to the Samsung...

BlackBerry Passport Spotted With A Luxurious Gold Finish

10/07/2014, Just last month, the BlackBerry Passport was released. Given its rather odd but sleek design and an interesting QWERTY keyboard, it wasn’t all too surprising to learn that the handset had sold out rather quickly. Now as we know, the BlackBerry Passport...

Kyocera Proteus Is Gumby’s Best Friend

10/06/2014, I am quite sure that most people do have fond memories of Gumby, the lovable and extremely bendable character that appealed to children as well as parents. Having said that, while screens have started to feature a higher level of resolution as well as...

Kyocera Bio Edge Conceptual Smartphone Form Factor

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] If there is one thing that is good about concepts, it would be the fact that concepts throws away most, if not all of the traditional limitations that are associated with the natural laws – breaking new ground, and then working on a...

HTC’s Teaser Image All But Confirms Smartphone Launch

10/06/2014, There has been a lot of talk about HTC launching a new handset called the HTC One M8 Eye. The company is also hosting an event on the 8th of October and it has been speculated that the device could be announced then alongside what appears to be an action...

Elliptic Labs Shows Off Improved Ultrasound Gestures

10/06/2014, Interacting with our smartphones these days has changed from a few years ago. Back then we relied largely on touch, but now phones with voice assistant features, we can interact with them without having to touch them at all. So wouldn’t it be a...

Gmail For iOS Updated With iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Support

10/06/2014, When Apple released the iPhone 5, the 4-inch display meant that apps were not optimized for it yet which also meant some rather ugly letterboxing. Eventually apps got resized to fit the 4-inch display, but with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple instead opted...

Logitech Protection [+] Battery Case For Samsung Galaxy S5 Announced

10/06/2014, Perhaps there will come a day when our smartphone batteries will last us for days without having to charge it every night, but for now, most of us are lucky if we can squeeze two day’s use out of our smartphones with regular use. This might explain the...