Samsung broke with tradition at Mobile World Congress today, bucking the trend set in previous years and failing to reveal its new flagship smartphone: in this case, the Galaxy S8. That’s been put down
Nokia officially introduced today the Global edition of the Nokia 6, the Nokia 5 and the Nokia 3. With the Nokia 6 now Global and no longer limited to China, the new ad for
Does anybody care as much about Android tablets these days as Samsung does? With the tablet segment in the doldrums and little but the iPad making any money, you’d be forgiven for questioning the
12"2160 x 1440 pixels 13 MP5 MP front Intel Core i5Dual-core, 3100 MHz RAM: 8 GB MEMORY: 256 GB + MicroSD Announced: Feb 26, 2017 Market status: Announced
If at first you don’t succeed, go back to basics and squeeze out the best of the best features minus all the gimmicks: that’s just what LG is doing with the highly anticipated G6.
Well, well, the LG G6 is out and wow, is it an impressive device! A 5.7-inch screen stuck inside a body that's actually shorter and narrower than the 5.3-inch LG G5? That's incredible! No
We already wrote about it earlier this week but here’s a reminder: The Ghost Recon Wildlands demo marketing stunt open beta runs this weekend, so if you’re bored on Saturday and want to give
Google announced today that they were one step closer to “delivering RCS messaging to Android users worldwide.” To this end, they’ve tapped into partnerships with Orange, Deutsche Telekom (parent company of T-Mobile), and Globe.
Earlier today at MWC 2017, BlackBerry resurrected the QWERTY keyboard with the KEYone - an unusual Android smartphone built by TCL, BlackBerry's new hardware partner. Initially known as BlackBerry Mercury, the KEYone runs Android
BlackBerry isn’t dead, and the new BlackBerry KeyOne is aiming to underscore that, not least by giving physical keyboard lovers a new fix for their addiction. Unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2017 today, the