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Blackberry Classic Launches, Available on Amazon before Christmas
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

Blackberry has announced its latest smartphone today, the Blackberry Classic, a handset we all knew was coming and what it would be. The device is based off the company's ahem, classic designs such as the Bold and it comes with old school charm and up to date software, features, and security.

Sony Confirms Android 5.0 for Xperia Z3 and Z2 Early Next Year
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

Sony has a shed a little light on when it will be updating its high end devices to Android 5.0 Lollipop, with the Xperia team sending a tweet on Wednesday. The company said it is going to start the updating process for both the Sony Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z2 series of products early next year.

OnePlus Celebrates First Birthday with OnePlus Power Bank
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

The OnePlus One is celebrating its one year anniversary. We will forget that this one year old device is not really a flagship anymore and is still not yet properly available and join in the festivities of celebration. And to make sure you are in the right mood too, OnePlus has a number of special offers running at the moment.

Nokia Stops Developing HERE Maps App for Windows Phone
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

Nokia is slowly removing itself form Microsoft. Of course, the company sold its devices division to Redmond earlier in the year and since then Nokia has been distancing itself from both Microsoft and the Windows Phone platform. There has been an Android launcher app (the amazing Z Launcher), an Android running tablet, and now the company has said it will no longer develop the HERE Maps suite for Microsoft's Lumia smartphones.

Report: Samsung's Future in the Balance?
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

Earlier in the week, the guys over at PhoneArena conducted a poll and asked its readers whether they thought that "Samsung's dominion over the smartphone market coming to an end?"

$50 and $100 Discounts from Motorola
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

Motorola has started a pre-Christmas sale that will run until December 23rd and offers a $50 saving on all orders over $350 or more through its official website store. If you are a big spender and splash more than $500, Motorola will give you a $100 discount.

Meizu MX4 Pro Available Worldwide
By Luke Jones on Wednesday December 17, 2014

There are a number of dazzling Chinese smartphones on the market at the moment, but for the most part they are only available in the country, or Southeast Asia. I thought that would almost be the same deal with Meizu's new and exceptional MX4 Pro, a dazzling flagship with amazing specs. However, I was wrong as the device is now available and it is shipping to anywhere in the world.

Motorola to Launch Two New Smartphones in China
By Luke Jones on Wednesday December 17, 2014

Motorola has launched a number of fine smartphones over the last couple of years, the Moto X and Moto G spring to mind, as does the budget oriented Moto E. However, the company has not released a device in China for some time, ignoring one of the biggest and most important markets with its Moto smartphones. However, Motorola is now ready to re-enter the Chinese market and will be bringing some "exciting devices".

OnePlus One Banned in India
By Luke Jones on Wednesday December 17, 2014

The OnePlus, Cyanogen, and Micromax saga has reached a conclusion that spells bad news for anyone after a OnePlus One smartphone in India. The handset has been on sale 15 days in the country, has been the subject of industry squabbling and has now by the looks of it been banned from sale in India.

Sprint to be Fine $105 Million for Cramming Customers Bills
By Luke Jones on Wednesday December 17, 2014

Sprint is in hot water with the FCC over accusations of cramming and the company could be hit with a big $105 million fine. Cramming is when a carrier adds unauthorized charges to a customer's monthly data bill, something the FCC has been clamping down on lately. Back in October the regulatory body fined AT&T a similar amount of money for the same reason.