Android slider by Blackberry.
We've known for months that it's coming. Now we know what it looks like and what it's called. The name tells most of the story of Blackberry Venice Priv.
Microsoft may be releasing the Lumia 550 after all.
In July this year, the news spread that Microsoft has cancelled the development of almost all models of upcoming Lumia phones other than the two flagship phones. Today the Lumia 550 appeared online, which should mean that the phone is going to be launched after all.
My next smartphone is coming at the beginning of October.
Lenovo has listened to my repeated requests and has cooked up two amazing smartphones. While that sentence isn't entirely accurate, the fact is, Lenovo Vibe P1 and P1m are amazing and come with huge batteries, just the way I like.
Microsoft's relationship with Cyanogen never better.
More news involving Microsoft and Android. After Cortana became available for the platform as an app, Cyanogen has announced the virtual assistant's deep integration into its Android fork.
Honestly, who didn’t see this coming?
Intel is said to be offering a subsidy for every single SoFIA-based device churned out by Chinese white-box outfit.
Intel CEO sceptical
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich does not expect the launch of Windows 10 to boost PC sales.
2 years a slave no more
Asus is churning out more smartphones than ever, but unlike established smartphone brands, it is going after the contract-free market rather than carrier sweetheart deals.
Helio X20 may be getting a huge design win
Xiaomi, one of China’s premiere tech companies, is said to be eyeing MediaTek’s new Helio X20 application processor for its flagship phones.
Chinese giant has a lot of fans, literally
When Xiaomi announced plans to launch accessories shops in western markets, we assumed the Chinese giant would focus on smartphone kit. However, since then, the company has gone into overdrive to launch loads of cool looking and quite odd hardware.
First products quietly trickling out
MediaTek Labs is stepping up efforts to enlist more software and hardware partners.