Almost one month ago, HTC officially introduced the HTC Explorer, announced as the most affordable HTC's Android smartphone. The device is finally available for purchase in UK from famous mobile retailer Clove, who is offering the device for £192 ($307) without contract. Rumor has it that Vodafone UK and ThreeUK will sell the Explorer sooner or [...
Brits won't have to wait long to get their hands on the HTC One Max. Vodafone UK says that it will be offering the gigantic smartphone this week as a carrier exclusive in the country; customers can pick it up for £49 if they're willing to subscribe to a £47 monthly plan. An unlocked version is also available, although it's not cheap at £600 ($958) for a 32GB model at MobileFun.co.uk.
Sony‘s newly unveiled baby, the Xperia Z1, might be grabbing most of the attention these days, but the Xperia Z Ultra will be first in making it into users’ hands. This giant of a phone is now up for grabs in the UK via carriers Three and O2.The word that best describes the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is “gigantic”. Not unlike the recent Samsung Galaxy Mega, the phablet sports a 6.3-inch screen.
The debate around giant smartphones is over. Manufacturers like Samsung, Sony and LG have amply demonstrated that it's possible to build a pocketable, phone-like device with a screen bigger than five inches. Now it's HTC's turn.
We mentioned a couple days ago that the Google Nexus 7 2013 tablet would be hitting Verizon Wireless soon . That tablet is now available on the Verizon website. The new tablet has a full HD resolution display and supports the Verizon LTE network. The tablet will be offered in two deals. You can get it for $249.99 if you sign up for a two year data contract.
The market for wearable activity monitors has boomed in recent months with a number of wearable activity monitors. One of the smallest activity monitors around is the Misfit Shine, which was on Indiegogo last November looking to raise the money to come to market. The little activity monitor raised plenty of money and launched not long after.
When Apple introduced the iPhone 5c, analysts and pundits were taken aback that the device was not as cheap as they were anticipating. How, they pondered, would Apple be able to increase market share without a more affordable device aimed at emerging markets?As is typically the case with respect to Apple-related panic, however, the reality is much less alarming than the hysteria would have you believe.
The Nintendo Wii certainly broke new ground when it came to controls, even if the games didn’t have the graphics that most gamers expected. One of the more popular games and accessories for the original Wii was the Wii Fit. That device helped people get fit while playing games.
The online rumor mill's been working overtime where HTC's upcoming M8 flagship is concerned, with some even going so far as to conjure fake mock-ups of the device. Leave it to @evleaksthen to give usour first alleged glimpse of the handset, albeit via the device's homescreen.
Brits who've been yearning for the Nokia Lumia 1520 will soon get their chance. The supersized Windows Phone is now due to reach the UK on December 6th, when it will be available through O2 at retail and Vodafone through the web. Third-party retailers like Carphone Warehouse and Phones4u will also stock the 6-inch flagship.
The HTC One X and One X+ are dead! HTC has declared on Twitter that the One X and One X+ will not be receiving KitKat updates. They'll be stuck on their current version of Android, which is 4.2.2. The company elaborated with a statement to The Verge While the One X is about 20 months old, not updating the One X+ is a surprise.
With new technologies making it easier than ever before to share and distribute quality learning content, businesses are rushing to take advantage. Plus, with the pace that technology changes these days, companies want to help keep their employees up to speed and familiar with the latest version of Salesforce, Excel or whatever the case may be.
If you care about the latest smartphones, you need to pay attention toMobile World Congress. The annual show will be held in Barcelona next week, and it's going to be filled to the brim with handsets, tablets and wearables of every shape, size and color. We've compiled all of the major rumors, teasers and official company announcements to give you a glimpse at what's to come.
You don't need to cast bones or read entrails to know that smartphones arrive in predictablecycles. February, home of Mobile World Congress, is likely to see the launch of new handsets from heavy hitters likeHTC,SamsungandLG. Those new flagships will rule the mobile hill until the fall, when Apple and Google are likely to wheel out next-gen devices of their own.
Early this year, Samsung teased the world with HomeSync, combining the power of a media center with the versatility and convenience of a personal cloud, all in one small package that sits prettily in your living room. As promised, that device is now finally available worlwide, starting with the US.As an Android device, the Samsung HomeSync is quite formidable, sporting a 1.