For a limited time, Finnish device maker Jolla has let me demo their first device ever, and she's a beauty! The Jolla phone is the first smartphone to run the brand new, swipe based Sailfish operating system. With it's minimalist design and it's swappable "other half," I can tell you that the few days Jolla has let me borrow this device will seem too short to me. Read More »
The Atlantic has published a story today that featured a quote from a former Google engineer who said that when he saw the Apple iPhone unveiled in 2007, he knew that the company had to "start over." Another Google employee says that's not exactly accurate. Read More »
Prior to the launch of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) on Android and iPhone, the messaging client last reported having 60 million active users. Since then, an additional 40 million active users have been added directly because of Android/iOS users. Has BlackBerry planted the seeds to make people switch? Read More »
Talk of a Samsung tablet raising the screen size stakes to 12-inches has been spreading for a few months now, and it now appears more plausible that such a device is going to be released based on the image that you see above. That photo was supposedly taken of a Samsung presentation that showed what will eventually be known as the Galaxy Note Pro, a super-sized tablet that aims to be friendlier to productivity. Read More »
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Motorola said that the Moto G would be updated to Android 4.4 Kitkat in early 2014, most likely January. Despite that conservative estimate, Motorola has decided to drop an early Christmas present on its customers and upgrade the entry-level smartphone to KitKat early - the “starting right now” kind of early. Read More »
Motorola said that they would spend a great deal of money when they first announced that they would release a new phone that changed the way people think about the company. Now, Motorola is taking an equally unique approach to promote the Moto X’s customization features in an interactive print ad appearing in the next issue of WIRED magazine. Take a look at the video below to see it in action. Read More »
Samsung has been flirting with releasing a device running the new open source Tizen OS for over a year now and after a few false starts it seems like at this years Mobile World Congress we may finally see this device. According to reports from ITNews Samsung "sent out invitations for the February event." Read More »