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Noted Analyst Predicts 71 Million iPhones Sold in Q4
By Luke Jones on Monday November 24, 2014

Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus arrived in September to much fanfare and instantly began selling like proverbial hotcakes. The new devices crushed sales records through their launch window as Cupertino's year of growth continued with stellar third quarter results. Sales for the iPhone have grown year on year through each period and now one analyst is predication that this quarter will yield unbelievable numbers.

OnePlus One Heads to India with Amazon
By admin on Saturday November 22, 2014

The OnePlus One has had a couple of pre-order windows now and is selling well despite still being a very limited handset in terms of availability. The smartphone that shook things up with its high end specs and affordable price tag is still not purchasable in many regions. However, India is about to get the OnePlus One and it will be sold through Amazon in the country.

Here's Why the Passport Is Better than iPhone, So Says Blackberry
By Luke Jones on Saturday November 22, 2014

Blackberry has left it no doubt who the Passport smartphone is geared to, it is for business types who have some serious productivity to do through their days. Blackberry says it created the perfect device for enterprise and made most of the core features of the Passport towards this goal. Of course, it does all the other consumer oriented stuff to, but first and foremost this is a phone for work.

EU Wants Google to Remove Search from Other Services
By Luke Jones on Saturday November 22, 2014

Google has fallen foul of authorities in Europe on numerous occasions and the latest war between the search giant and the European Union is just warming up. The "right to be forgotten" regulations imposed on Google seem to be just the beginning as the Financial Times is reporting that the EU is going to try to force Google to unbundle it search business (its chief income source) from all its other services.

Microsoft Review Roundup
By Luke Jones on Friday November 21, 2014

Microsoft's Band has been with us a couple of weeks now and it has managed to be a dividing device. Microsoft says it has sold well, while some reports say stock was very limited, while the general consensus seems to be that the wearable is very much a first device in an evolution. It feels like a prototype many reviews have said, but after spending some time with it I think it is more of a vehicle for Microsoft's Health suite.

Android One Is Struggling to Make Sales
By Luke Jones on Friday November 21, 2014

Google introduced Android One earlier this year and rolled out the initiative in September, a project that was meant to unify the Android platform by targeting emerging markets. However, things have not exactly gone to plan as Android One devices have not sold well and many of India?s retailers are refusing to stock the handsets from the project.

European Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Updated
By Luke Jones on Friday November 21, 2014

Samsung has issued a new update for Galaxy Note 4 users in Greece and Germany, and it will almost certainly spread across Europe later on. At 137MB the file size is weighty enough for one to think that Samsung is packing something pretty substantial in the patch, but actually there is nothing major here.

Huawei Ascend Mate 2 to Get Android 5.0 Lollipop
By Luke Jones on Friday November 21, 2014

Huawei is not known for having devices in the US market, but the Ascend Mate 2 is an exception and if you are rocking that handset you can look forward to receiving Android 5.0 Lollipop. If you do have the Ascend Mate 2 then you will know full well that you were left behind when Google rolled out Android 4.4 KitKat with Huawei deciding to keep the smartphone way back on Jelly Bean.

HTC Desire 820s Finds Success in China
By Luke Jones on Friday November 21, 2014

HTC's One M8 has been a hit for the company and has been driving the brand back to profitability, but while the Taiwanese giant has padded out its portfolio it has struggled with declining market share in key markets like the United States and China. In China however it seems as though HTC is finally enjoying a big success with news that its Desire 820s has gone down like the proverbial house on fire.

Sprint is the Worst Rated US Carrier
By Luke Jones on Friday November 21, 2014

Consumer Reports has conducted a new survey between 60,000 users of wireless carriers within in the United States, and it comes as no surprise to see that none of the big four take the top spot. It seems that consumers crave the simply things in life, good customer care, and of course to feel like they are getting a deal.