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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Receiving Android 6.0 in Hungary
By Ang Torres on Monday December 07, 2015

Reports today suggest that Samsung has begun its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update program, with the Hungary version of the Galaxy Note 4 getting the bump.

Google Issuing Update to Fix Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X Screen Problems
By Pablo Jimenez on Monday December 07, 2015

As with many new smartphones, the Huawei Nexus 6P and LG Nexus 5X arrived with a few teething problems. Namely, the two (otherwise fantastic) handsets have suffered issues with washed out screens, according to some users. Considering that the smartphones are made by two different companies, this problem has been attributed to Google's software.

Microsoft Lunches Lumia 550
By Micah Bartos on Monday December 07, 2015

Microsoft raised the curtain on the Lumia 550 back in October, the first budget smartphone to run the Windows 10 Mobile platform. The company said at the time that it would launch the handset on December 8th, but a bit earlier than planned (the 7th) Microsoft has launched the Lumia 550 in Europe.

HP Turning Tablet Focus to High End Enterprise Slates
By Pablo Jimenez on Friday December 04, 2015

HP was one of the companies that got left behind when the smartphone ascended at the expense of the personal computer. The PC giant has never been able to crack the mobile market but it has almost continuously launched tablets through the last few years, even though none have been a success. HP now says that it will continue to build slates, but will now be focusing on purely the high end market.

Wearable Sales for Q3 show Apple and Xiaomi Thriving, Samsung Slipping
By Josh Dasey on Friday December 04, 2015

Samsung was one of the first major mobile vendors to sell a smartwatch and the company has more wearables on sale than most. However, the Korean giant has slipped out of the top five best-selling wearable brand list, while companies like Xiaomi, Apple, and Fitbit continue to grow.

U.S. HTC One M8 Receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow
By Micah Bartos on Thursday December 03, 2015

We told you yesterday that the European version of the HTC One M8 is going to be getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow in the coming weeks, although there was no word on the U.S. variant of the 2014 flagship. However, it seems as though HTC has been working quietly as the U.S. variant is apparently getting Marshmallow right now, according to some screenshots posted by users.

Motorola Confirms Launch and Price of Moto 360 Sport
By Micah Bartos on Wednesday December 02, 2015

Motorola announced the Moto 360 Sport alongside the 2015 edition of the regular Moto 360, but while the latter has been available for some time, consumers are still unable to get the 360 Sport. That is about to change through December and January as Motorola confirmed the price and launch date for the smartwatch.

HTC One M8 (European) to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow in Two Weeks
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday December 02, 2015

The European variant of the HTC One M8 is going to be receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow in the next two weeks according to ROM developer @LlabTooFeR, a source with a hugely credible track record. The 2014 flagship will also be getting something on top in the form of HTC's Sense 7.0 UI, which has so far been reserved to handsets the company has launched in 2015.

Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 2016 Prices and Launch Dates
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday December 02, 2015

Samsung launched its new Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, and Galaxy A7 2016 Edition smartphones earlier today, although at the time of the unveiling the company did not mention prices or specific dates for release. Never fear as Sammy has now spilled the proverbial beans and told us exactly how much these handsets will cost and where and when you will be able to get them.

Is Sony Prepping Xperia Z5 Ultra for CES Launch?
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday December 02, 2015

There are reports today that Sony is preparing to launch a new flagship level smartphone at the CES 2016 trade show in Las Vegas, an even that is happening during the first days of January. However, while it is easy to think this may be the Xperia Z6, the company's next flagship, it is actually more likely to be a return to the true phablet device.