- Mobile Phones
Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014
Google is said to be dropping its Nexus brand for a more premium Android "Silver" program, where partners are paid to build premium Android phones that meet certain requirements for its idea of the best Android user experience.
Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014
Samsung Electronics today announced a new camera-centric smartphone, the Galaxy K Zoom which comes with a 20.7-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, new retracting lens technology that offers 10x optical Zoom and optical image stabilization (OIS).
Apple's upcoming iPhone may borrow some of the design cues from the fifth generation iPod Touch, which may include its 6.1mm thin side profile.
Monday, 28 Apr 2014
Good news if you weren't one of the lucky few able to buy Xiaomi's Mi3 smartphone when it launched in March and sold out within two minutes, the flagship smartphone is back in stock and available at a reduced price of $339, down from its original price of S$419 - that's an $80 saving!
Thursday, 24 Apr 2014
A study by Strategy Analytics reveals that while Samsung Galaxy devices are among the best-selling in the world, their own apps are the least used by their users. More after the jump.
Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014
Shenzhen-based OnePlus today announced its first Android smartphone, the One. Touted as the "2014 flagship killer", the OnePlusOne packs an impressive specs list that can give other flagship smartphones a run for their money. Hit the link to find out more.
In the ongoing trial of Apple against Samsung, it has been revealed that Google has agreed to provide partial or full indemnity should Samsung lose.
Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014
When Microsoft completes its acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services Unit in the coming weeks, Nokia will be renamed Microsoft Mobile Oy.
Monday, 21 Apr 2014
If you have been holding out for the Motorola Moto X, you will be glad to know that the smartphone will be available for purchase in Singapore soon. It is now available for purchase in Malaysia.
Samsung has disclosed plans to roll out smartphones equipped with the Linux-based platform. The first Tizen-based smartphone will be a high-end device, with a second mid-market one to follow.