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BlackBerry Priv Sold Out on Amazon
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday November 11, 2015

For many, the Priv is the last throw of the hardware dice for BlackBerry; if it is not a success it is thought that the company will pull out of the hardware market. The Canadian giant has denied that repeatedly, but nevertheless the Android backed Priv seems to be a handset that will define whether BlackBerry has a future in hardware. With that in mind we imagine CEO John Chen and co will be delighted that the handset has already sold out on Amazon.

Xiaomi Talking with LG to Use Company's OLED Screen Tech
By Ang Torres on Wednesday November 11, 2015

Chinese company Xiaomi is reportedly going to ditch LCD panels in favor of OLED screens next year and the company will select LG as the supplier of those displays. A report in Korea suggests that the two companies are currently in negotiation for Xiaomi to adopt LG?s components for OLED supplies.

Apple iPad Pro Available Now
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday November 11, 2015

Apple's giant iPad Pro is now available to buy the United States. The 12.9-inch slate is Apple's most decked out tablet and is the company's take on a true PC alternative. Launched two months ago, the iPad Pro is now available in a number of configuration and with optional accessories such as the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.

LG Class Clears FCC on Way to AT&T
By Micah Bartos on Tuesday November 10, 2015

We told you on the weekend how the LG Class is arriving in Europe and the LG Zero and that the handset is likely to make its debut in the United States on AT&T. It seems as though our crystal ball was in full working order as the LG Class has now passed through the FCC in the U.S. and is bound for the nation's second largest carrier, AT&T.

Qualcomm makes Snapdragon 820 Official
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday November 10, 2015

Qualcomm is putting the problems of the Snapdragon 810 firmly behind it with the launch of the Snapdragon 820, a new flagship chipset that was launched today. Of course, the arrival of Qualcomm's new flag waving silicon has wide ramifications for the rest of the smartphone industry as many of the next generation of high end handsets will be packing this processor.

Google Maps Brings Offline Navigation to Android Today
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday November 10, 2015

While Google Maps has been the go to navigation package for most people over the years, there are rival packages that sport features that Google's offering lacks. For example, Nokia's HERE Maps has been offering offline navigation for a very long time and since its debut on Android last year it has given users on the platform a very potent alternative to Google Maps.

Microsoft Lumia 950 Landing November 20 with AT&T
By Ang Torres on Tuesday November 10, 2015

Microsoft's new Lumia 950 is an excellent smartphone. It has Windows 10 Mobile, has a good list of specs, and is even competitively prices. However, we have discussed before how the handset being a success will be a tall order because of hoe limited it is. In the United States the Lumia 950 will be available only through AT&T, with the carrier announcing that the handset will be available from November 20th.

Huawei P9 Max Blitzes AnTuTu
By Pablo Jimenez on Tuesday November 10, 2015

Huawei has had a really busy year through 2015, but the company continue to rout handsets. So much so that it is sometimes hard to keep up, but the next smartphone to be launched should stand out from the crowd. It is the Huawei P9 Max, a device that is expected to launch November 29th and will be the Chinese company's new phablet flagship.

Vivo X6 Real World Image
By Micah Bartos on Tuesday November 10, 2015

We told you about the Vivo X6 last week, a blazing flagship smartphone that will come with unique hardware, such as 1GB of dedicated graphic RAM. The device has not been unveiled officially yet, but it will be soon and today we are having a first glimpse of the X6 in a official photo. As you can see in the image above you can see that this is a large handset.

Apple Interested in FDA Approved Wearable
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday November 10, 2015

The Apple Watch is a solid piece of kit, and it has become comfortably the biggest selling smartwatch on the market. However, it is probably not the seismic shift in the market that we expected it to be and in terms of some areas (health and fitness) there are more robust wearable options. Apple is definitely interested in the health sector though and Tim Cook says the company is working on an FDA approved product that is not a smartwatch.