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Microsoft's Lumia 530 ticks all the right boxes
By Luke Jones on Wednesday July 23, 2014

Microsoft may be abandoning feature phones and the Nokia X Android line, but the company is still committed behind Lumia and today launched a new smartphone. The Nokia Lumia 530 can be seen as the first full Lumia device

NVIDIA launches the Shield Tablet gaming slate
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 22, 2014

Just a few days after it leaked online, NVIDIA's new Shield Tablet has been made official and there is little surprise to see that it is a gaming slate.

Xiaomi's new Mi 4 is high end and affordable
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 22, 2014

Xiaomi is one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, its devices make the top 10 best seller list globally and the company sold 26.11 million smartphones in the first half of 2014.

Sony Xperia C3 for the selfie crowd
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 08, 2014

Sony has been a little quite of late and has let other companies have all the smartphone limelight. Of course, the Japanese company launched its Z2 flagship and other devices earlier in the year, but Sony does have something lined up for this summer. The new device in question is the Xperia C3,

Microsoft sticks with Android for new Nokia X2 affordable phone
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday June 24, 2014

It made sense for Nokia to launch the X Android smartphones as a way to gain traction in the lower-tier market, but it was widely expected that Microsoft would abandon the venture once it assumed control of Nokia. That's no longer the case as Microsoft today launched the Nokia X2, a more powerful but still cheap smartphone, and it's still running Android.

Sprint and Under Armour partner to make Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport
By Andrew Kameka on Monday June 23, 2014

Anyone wanting a tougher version of the Samsung Galaxy smartphones has had to turn to the Active series sold on AT&T, but Sprint today announced that it has its own special Samsung smartphone targeted at users with an "active lifestyle."

Amazon Fire Phone has top-shelf specs, multiple cameras for 3D UI, and free tech support
By Andrew Kameka on Wednesday June 18, 2014

Amazon introduced the Kindle to shake up eBooks, the Kindle Fire to outshine Android tablets, and it now has its own product to enter the ultra-competitive smartphone market - the Fire Phone.

Huawei bids to be recognizable in US and Europe, launches GetHuawei.com and Ascend Mate 2 4G
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday June 12, 2014

In an effort to grow its brand in the US, Huawei today made two key announcements: GetHuawei.com is the company's new direct-to-consumer ecommerce site, and the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G LTE is now available for pre-order on that site for only $299 without contract.

Samsung and Barnes & Noble partner to create the Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday June 05, 2014

>Barnes & Noble nearly one year ago announced it would no longer manufacture NOOK devices. The book retailer passed off those duties to now that Barnes & Noble has partnered with Samsung to co-develop the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK.

HTC One E8 debuts as a plastic One M8 with dual SIM and 13 MP camera
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday June 03, 2014

HTC is fond of using aluminum for its flagship phones. The newly announced HTC One E8 breaks from that trend and wraps the flagship in plastic without changing most of the important features.