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HTC One X9 Leaked Image
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday December 15, 2015

We have heard plenty about the HTC One X9, a smartphone that is expected to be a mid-range effort from the struggling Taiwanese company. The handset was certified by TENAA last month so we know its launch is imminent and now there are some leaked images of the device.

BlackBerry Priv Available in Walmart
By Josh Dasey on Thursday December 10, 2015

We are led to believe that the BlackBerry Priv has been a success since launching last month, although BlackBerry has yet to reveal specific sales figures. The company's Android running flagship handset will also be getting an extra boost through the Christmas period as the Priv is now available in Walmart, the largest retailers in the United States.

BBM Update for Android Brings Array of Features
By Micah Bartos on Thursday December 10, 2015

BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) is perhaps the clearest evidence of how BlackBerry has changed in recent years. Once one of the company's core features and one that it kept to its own platform, BBM has since moved to be a cross platform service and has been eclipsed by other messenger services. That said, BBM still has tens of millions of users across iOS and Android and the former of those platforms is seeing its BBM app get an update.

Google Cute Nexus 5X by $50
By Micah Bartos on Wednesday December 09, 2015

We like the Nexus 5X a lot. The LG made device built on the original Nexus 5 of two years ago, which itself was a stunning handset, and has been a success with consumers.

Motorola Confirms Marshmallow for 2015 Moto E
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday December 09, 2015

Motorola is one of the companies we can rely on to update its handsets to the latest Android builds in quick and efficient fashion, so it was hardly a surprise when the company detailed its update schedule in the wake of Android 6.0 Marshmallow's launch.

Samsung Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 Hitting Europe Jan. 8
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday December 08, 2015

Samsung launched the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 2016 editions last week, but the company was not specific on when the devices would be released. The South Korean giant said China would get the handsets first during this month, with other markets to follow in January. Now a leak has revealed the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A3 will land in Europe.

Apple Launches iOS 9.2, Bug Fixes and New Features on Board
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday December 08, 2015

Apple's iOS 9 has been adopted by a great many users of the company's platform, but like most major software builds it had a fair few bugs and issues. Cupertino is continuing to stamp on those bugs with the release of iOS 9.2, which among other things will also deal with some problems brought with iOS 9.1.

Sprint to win 50,000 Customers from T-Mobile in Q4
By Ang Torres on Tuesday December 08, 2015

T-Mobile's turnaround and growth in the last four years has been unprecedented, and while the carrier has bloodied the nose of all its rivals, it delivered more blows to Sprint. Indeed, the Magenta Network replaced Sprint as the third largest carrier in the United States. However, the Now Network is now striking back and 2015 has been its best performance in years, with the fourth quarter set to continue the solid streak.

Google starts Android 6.0.1 Roll Out with Nexus Devices
By Micah Bartos on Tuesday December 08, 2015

Google is rolling out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to its Nexus devices (namely the Nexus 5, 6, 7, and 9) with the factory image now available for download. So, with the freshest version of Android now rolling out what can we expect from the build?

HTC One M9 getting Android Marshmallow this Month
By Pablo Jimenez on Monday December 07, 2015

We know that HTC's Android 6.0 Marshmallow rollout is kicking off this month, with some variants of the One M8 already receiving the software, while the One A9 ships with the upgrade. So, what about the One M9, the handset that is really the company's current flagship? Well, the device is going to be getting Marshmallow sometime this month.