If the reports surrounding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4 phablet smartphone are to be believed, the company has some huge plans for its flagship device. From what we have been told, the Note 4 will have a number of standout features and we can now add a new one
Sony's Xperia Z2 is finally getting a bump to Android 4.4 KitKat and along with Google's software Sony has made a few changes of its own
All the recent noise coming from Microsoft has been that it would continue as normal with its newly acquired Nokia devices and services divisions. That meant Redmond would also keep pushing out Nokia's Android smartphones as well as its Windows Phone ones.
Sony is rolling out Android 4.4 KitKat to a couple of its devices today and bringing with it a slew of new features and functionality. The devices in question are the mid-range Xperia T2 and T2 Ultra
Blackberry has launched its virtual voice assistant that has been built in the same vein as Apple's Siri, Google Now, and Microsoft's newly launched Cortana.
Momentum is really picking up now around Sony's upcoming Xperia Z3 flagship with the Japanese company's handset today showing up at the FCC in the United States.
Corning has had the market cornered in recent years as the manufacturers go to company for screen displays with its Gorilla Glass. However, there is a new player in town in the form of sapphire displays, with Apple reported to be using the newer tech on its upcoming iPhone 6
Research conducted by Counterpoint Technology Market Research has found that three smartphone manufacturers dominate sales around the globe, and it is no surprise to see Samsung has the most devices in the top 5, 10, and 20 best seller list.
It seems that Microsoft is playing hardball over search engines on its Lumia devices as it only gives users the choice of Bing as a default. All Windows Phone handsets come with Microsoft's Bing search engine as default
Look away now Android fans because Apple has released data showing the adoption levels of last year's iOS 7 and as you can imagine the numbers put Cupertino's great mobile OS rival to shame.