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Motorola's 2013 DROID's get Android 4.4.4
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 15, 2014

Motorola has today revealed more about its Android 4.4.4 update for several devices by posting the changelog for the patch that is for the DROID Ultra, DROID MAXX, and the DROID Mini.

Microsoft's Windows Phone is outselling the iPhone in some markets
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 15, 2014

Microsoft is currently holding its Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 and the company has been boasting about the growing success of the Windows Phone platform. The standout news from Windows Phone?s recent performance is that it outsells Apple's iPhone in 24 markets

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha to launch next month
By Luke Jones on Monday July 14, 2014

If we were to tell you that a new Samsung device called the Alpha was to launch next month and it would be a high end flagship, you would probably be happy. You would be thinking that this is an entirely new handset that you had not previously heard of, and that would be good, but unfortunately you would be wrong.

Cool graphic shows just how affordable smartphones are
By Luke Jones on Monday July 14, 2014

Maybe if you have just forked out over $500 for a flagship device you are probably not thinking that smartphones are value for money. However, even the high end flagships are actually affordable when you break down the cost for buying the features and technology. Luckily we didn?t have to do the math as the cool graphic you see above does it for us.

Samsung's eye scanner may not be for the Galaxy Note 4
By Luke Jones on Monday July 14, 2014

We have been hearing plenty about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4 recently, but the latest info is something new and could reveal the smartphones standout feature. We already know that the Note 4 will be a stunning handset in terms of raw specs, features, and performance, but it seems the device could come with some new technology that will separate it from every other smartphone on the market.

OnePlus will not release another smartphone this year
By Luke Jones on Friday July 11, 2014

Whenever we bring you some OnePlus rumours we always do so apologetically. After-all, the company has still not rolled out its current OnePlus One smartphone yet, so discussing up and coming devices seems a bit silly.

The LG G3 "Prime" shows up in Korea
By Luke Jones on Friday July 11, 2014

There have been rumours of an LG G3 Prime since the normal G3 landed just over a month ago. The company is said to have been working on a beefier version of its already stellar flagship, and the super phone G3 seems to have shown up on a Korean mail advertisement.

Motorola's Moto G and Moto X banned in Germany
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 10, 2014

While the UK is considered the most important European market, Germany is also vital to a smartphone being successful. It is the biggest economy on the continent and the most populated country, and today it laid a ban on some of Motorola's handsets in the country.

Verizon offers the LG G3 for $99
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 10, 2014

We were a little angry when Verizon showed its LG G3 variant and some of the individual design touches of the international version had been removed. However, Big Red is very much back in our good books after revealing the date it will roll out the handset and how much it will cost.

The FTC responds to Amazon with a court case
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 10, 2014

We brought you news last week that Amazon was willing to ignore Financial Trade Commission (FTC) demands to change its in-app purchase policies. It now seems that the inevitable has happened and the regulatory body has decided to take Amazon to court.