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Nokia 1100 Spotted Running On Quad-Core CPU, Android 5.0 Lollipop

03/04/2015, Someone pinch me please – it is not even April 1st on the calendar, and here I am with word that a Nokia 1100 has been spotted in a benchmark, where it was caught running on a quad-core CPU alongside Android 5.0 Lollipop as the operating system of...

Galaxy S6 To Come With Milk Music And Video Pre-Installed

03/03/2015, Before Samsung’s latest smartphones were unveiled it was rumored that the company has a rather strict diet plan for its TouchWiz software. It was rumored to remove all bloat from the software and even limit the number of apps that would be...

Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Was Apparently Not Good Enough For Samsung

03/03/2015, It was first rumored last year that Samsung is going to ditch the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, a processor that is going to power many flagships this year, in favor of its own Exynos 7420 processor. Rumors had everybody believing that this had something to...

Tinder Plus Goes Official At $9.99

03/03/2015, It was first reported last year that Tinder may launch premium options for a monthly subscription. The new features were to be bundled into a subscription based package called Tinder Plus. Now Tinder Plus has finally gone live. Price points vary...

Waze Could Be Pre-Installed In Future Android Smartphones

03/03/2015, Waze, a very popular turn-by-turn navigation app, is already used by millions of people for the convenience that it offers. Google acquired it back in 2013 and has kept it running since then. The company’s latest move could expands Waze’s...

YotaPhone 2 U.S. Release Expected This Summer

03/03/2015, Many of you might have heard about YotaPhone 2. Like its predecessor it is an Android-powered smartphone with two displays. Apart from the conventional one up front the YotaPhone 2 has an e-paper display on the back. It was never launched in the United...

New 2016 Audi Rides To Feature AT&T Connectivity

03/03/2015, Both AT&T as well as Audi of America have announced that the two companies finally arrived at an agreement which will see the entire range of 2016 model-year Audi vehicles equipped with Audi connect to also be accompanied by AT&T 4G LTE or 3G...

Exploding iPhone 5C Injures Man

03/03/2015, Ah, exploding smartphones. These do seem to happen far too often than what we are comfortable with, and after what seems to be a lull in this particular bit of news, we are not too happy to report that the latest incident involves an exploding iPhone 5c....

HTC One M8s To Offer Slower CPU

03/03/2015, So the HTC One (M9) has just been announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, which means you can be sure that there will be plenty of people out there who would not think twice about upgrading their handsets to the new flagship...

Wiko Highway Star 4G And Pure 4G Handsets Revealed

03/03/2015, [MWC 2015] Wiko, a French smartphone manufacturer, has decided to take advantage of MWC 2015 by revealing a couple of new devices to the masses – the Highway Star 4G as well as the Highway Pure 4G. First of all, the Highway Star 4G could very well...

BlackBerry Teases Curved Screen Slider Smartphone

03/03/2015, [MWC 2015] I don’t know about you, but BlackBerry is certainly having a ball of a time today, first having announced that the BlackBerry Classic will be made available in three more new colors apart from the regular black, as well as the official...

BlackBerry Leap Revealed

03/03/2015, [MWC 2015] Acer might have introduced a particular device with the name ‘Leap’ inside of it – but this should not stop other companies from taking a ‘leap of faith’ (pardon the pun) to go down the same route, too. For instance, the...