Survey: Nearly 50% Of Sexts Are Lies

There is nothing quite like a survey to pull out some cold, hard facts about a particular situation, and a survey that comprises of college students as the subjects of questions, close to 50% of those claim that they have sent a sexy text – or a “sext” if you will, without meaning the content within to be true. In a nutshell, sexters do not wear or do what they […]

Oppo R1 Drops By The FCC

Hmmm, no this is quite an interesting development – the Oppo R1, which so happens to be a handset that was released in December last year, had decide to pay the folks over at the FCC a visit. Apparently, this FCC-bound Oppo R1 handset comes equipped with LTE connectivity, in addition to support for T-Mobile’s network band. Selected areas in the US too, would see this version of the Oppo […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Will Be Region-Locked As Well

When Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 3 back in 2013, it was discovered that the phone came region-locked, meaning that if you bought the device through a grey market import, you’d have to find some way to get a SIM card from the country that it originated from, use it for a few minutes, and you’d be good to go. This was a minor inconvenience but it was a way […]

Man’s Breakup Text To Fiancée Might Have Cost Him $50,000

We have learnt time and time again that the things we post and say digitally can never be taken back, as much as many of us would love to. What this means is that the next time you decide to send a text message, post a tweet, update your Facebook status, you might want to think twice because you never know when it’s going to come back and bite you. […]


Leaked HTC One M8 Training Doc Compares It To The Galaxy S5

The HTC One M8 was released not too long ago and given the flagship nature of the handset, it basically puts itself in competition with a slew of Android phones like the LG G Pro 2, Sony Xperia Z2, and how we not forget, the Samsung Galaxy S5. So out of these flagship smartphones from other OEMs, which does HTC find to be the biggest threat? We guess it’s no […]

Alleged LG G3 Specs Revealed In User Agent Profile [Rumor]

With the LG G2 being something of a hit back in 2013, we can only imagine that LG would want a repeat show with the LG G3. Only rumors are available at the moment regarding the handset, although a recently leaked screenshot shows off LG’s new design language for the UI. Now thanks to a User Agent Profile sighting, additional details about the LG G3 have been revealed. However we […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Stability Update Arrives Prior To Global Launch

Is the world geared up for the global release of the Samsung Galaxy S5? The South Korean smartphone manufacturer has moved pretty quickly when it comes to software updates on its upcoming flagship devices as well as wearable technology such as the Gear 2 Neo, and so it is not surprising to see Samsung deliver a stability update to the flagship Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone prior to its global availability.

Analyst: iPhone 6 Sleep/Wake Button Could Be Relocated

It goes without saying that many people are on the lookout as to what Apple has in store for the rest of this year, and the iPhone 6 would certainly be on many peoples’ minds, this I am sure. Whispers on the street point to Apple rolling out a couple of iPhones later this year – one with a 4.7” display, and finally, another one that breaches the 5” mark […]

Age Of Empires: World Domination Greets iOS, Android And Windows Phone Platforms This Year

It was in June last year when we brought you word that Age of Empires, the real time strategy (RTS) game which was pretty solid and fun to play, but somehow was overshadowed by the likes of Blizzard’s StarCraft back in the day, would be making a splash on iOS and Android platforms then. Well, fast forward to nearly a year down the road, and we have Microsoft working to […]

BlackBerry CEO Optimistic That Handset Business Will Be Profitable By 2015

BlackBerry CEO John Chen has gone through the usual misquote train in recent times, where he had to step forward to deny that the BlackBerry handset division might go on sale. Well, I suppose the next best thing he could have done would have been to reassure investors as well as long time supporters of BlackBerry that the division would start to make money – at least in the near […]

Chrome Beta For Android Updated

It seems as though Google is working to roll out the latest version of its Chrome web browser for Android, where there will be new features that include support for full screen video alongside subtitles, not to mention HTML5 controls as well as the ability to re-open tabs that you have closed recently. This new update will be made available first to Chrome Beta users, where it ought to eventually […]

BlackBerry Q20 Will Be Officially Known As The BlackBerry Classic

During MWC 2014, BlackBerry unveiled two handsets, the BlackBerry Z3 and the BlackBerry Q20. Given the way BlackBerry has been naming their handsets, we guess we’re all pretty much used to referring to them by their name and model number, but apparently for the BlackBerry Q20, BlackBerry’s CEO John Chen decided to remind everyone that the handset will actually be named as the BlackBerry Classic. Now Chen has tossed that […]

Only PureView And High-End Nokia Handsets To Get Dedicated Camera Button [Rumor]

Dedicated camera buttons on smartphones can be handy and can result in more stable images compared to having to press the on-screen shutter button. It also makes the camera feel more “natural” since a physical shutter button and the way it’s held is more familiar, at least for those who have been using cameras for a long time. Now if there’s one thing that you’ve probably noticed is that Nokia […]

France Offers Phone Contract Via Vending Machines

Ah, France, the land where your boss is no longer allowed to contact you by email once you have clocked out from the office. Of course, a whole lot of that remains as theory, as enforcing it is going to be a whole lot trickier than expected. While Japan is the country with the highest number of vending machines per capita, this does not mean that other countries, too, are […]