Samsung will be very busy next week when the company hosts a special launch event for a slew of products, including a follow-up to the Android-based Galaxy Camera. According to the company's CEO, Samsung will debut a mirrorless camera running Android.
First launched in November 2012, suretap has enabled wireless payment transfers in select BlackBerry smartphones. Rogers now makes it possible to pay for items with your phone using Android or BlackBerry 10.
Pebble is more than just a watch; it's a smart watch for Android and iOS. Is it worth your time?
The NVIDIA Tegra 4 was unveiled at CES last month, and the chipset maker today officially announced the Tegra 4i, which has an included LTE modem. What phone will be first to feature it?
he Samsung Galaxy Camera first appeared last year as an Android-powered camera that merges the higher quality of a point-and-shoot camera with the power and always-on connectivity of Android apps. The Galaxy Camera still has those features, but its new version is losing some of its connectivity.
Pebble captured the attention of the mobile market when its integrated smart watch broke Kickstarter funding records last year. The Android and Apple iOS-connected watch will finally begin arriving to backers this month, but some fans of Pebble may not receive their watch until March.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera isn't the first camera to include Android, but it's certainly the most interesting and sensible concept we've seen so far. Is it the best of both worlds or just a quirky Android device?
AT&T has announced that it will begin selling the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Camera for $499 beginning November 16.
AT&T will begin offering the MiFi Liberate, a mobile hotspot with a 2.8-inch touchscreen, on November 16. AT&T today announced that the Novatel-manufactured mobile hotspot will launch on its 4G LTE network next week for $49.99 on a two-year agreement.
Standardized Interface from NFC Forum Supports Devices from Mobile Phones to PCs