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Monday, 26 Oct 2015
Rumors suggest that Xiaomi could be incorporating pressure-sensitive touchscreen display technology into its new phones, allowing users to interact with their phones in new ways by exerting force on the display.
Samsung showcased two new prototype thin and flexible batteries at the InterBattery 2015 exhibition in Seoul last week that could represent a major breakthrough in mobile and wearable battery technology.
Sunday, 25 Oct 2015
Canalys released a media report stating that Huawei is the top phone vendor in China for Q3 2015. Not only did it overtake Xiaomi, this is also Huawei's first time at the top of the market.
Sources told Reuters that Toshiba is going to sell its image sensor business to Sony for about US$165 million and the deal is likely to be finalized soon.
Saturday, 24 Oct 2015
Sony Mobile CEO Hiroki Totoki reaffirms his stand that the company has no plans to exit from the mobile business. This came after reports surfaced earlier this month that Sony may look at "alternative options" if the mobile business does not turn in profits next year.
Two new entry-level smartphones, the Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7, are listed on the Samsung China's website. Read on to find out more!
Hiroshi Lockheimer, who is the SVP of Android, tweeted that the team is working on new emojis. This could be in response to the latest Apple's iOS 9.1 update where there are over 150 new emojis.
Friday, 23 Oct 2015
Looking for breaking news? Facebook wants to be the go-to site for its subscribers with its updated search function. More details after the jump.
Watch Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd bring their Back to the Future characters back on Jimmy Kimmel live, complete with the DeLorean Time Machine and Nike’s (real) self-lacing sneakers.
Watch Marty McFly get totally bummed out by how real 2015 turned out to be, in this new animated short.