- News tagged "smartphone"
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
Apple managed to capture a quarter of the world's LTE market share less than three months after the launch of its iPhone 5. Its arch rival, Samsung continues to lead the market for the seventh straight quarter with 40%.
Tuesday, 11 Dec 2012
RIM has already started teasing one of the two upcoming smartphones on its official website, slightly over a month before its scheduled launch on January 30th next year.
Monday, 10 Dec 2012
LG Electronics announced that it has sold over 10 million units of its Optimus L-series smartphones.
Friday, 7 Dec 2012
Acquired by Google in September, Snapseed, a popular photo-editing app, is now finally available for download on Google Play for free. Likewise, the iOS version of the app is also free for now (originally US$4.99), but has also been updated to include Google+ integration and some new filters.
Huawei has just confirmed that it is working on "an oversized" Ascend Mate smartphone, one that's positioned to be Samsung's Galaxy Note II competitor. The device has been alleged to come with a huge 6.1-inch full HD 1080p display while running a 1.8GHz quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM.
Thursday, 6 Dec 2012
Samsung is currently seeding the Android 4.1.2 update, which includes the Multi-View multi-tasking feature, over-the-air for its popular S III device, with Poland being the first country to receive it.
HTC is rumored to be releasing a 5-inch flagship model in Q1 2013 ahead of its rivals. A NVIDIA Tegra 4-equipped device is also said to be in the works.
Wednesday, 5 Dec 2012
Nokia today introduced the Nokia Lumia 620, the third and most affordable in its range of Windows Phone 8 smartphones at the LeWeb 2012 event.
The Google I/O 2013 event is scheduled to take place from May 15th to May 17th in San Francisco, with registration set to open early next year.
Apple has filed a patent application for wireless charging technology based on magnetic resonance. The difference with most wireless charging technologies on the market is that Apple's patent covers charging from a distance up to 1m.