BlackBerry CEO John Chen issued an open letter to its enterprise customers today. In it, the CEO, who has only been on the job for a month, assures the company’s business customers that BlackBerry is here to stay:
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Ever since LG and Samsung revealed smartphones with curved-glass screens, every mobile manufacturer seems to be climbing the bandwagon for curved-glass screens, and Apple is not planning to fall short of taking the new turn in mobile technology. In addition, …Read More »
What if you could smell food through your smartphone? That is what Scentee does. Yeah, this seems like a stupid idea, but it should be interesting nonetheless. Apparently, Scentee is designed for people on a diet, short on cash so …Read More »
Every now and again, something comes along that blows our minds into smithereens. You see; this little gadget called iKettle is one of those things because it’s a kettle with built in Wi-Fi. It’s the first Wi-Fi kettle, and believe …Read More »
We’ve seen several leaks of the alleged Google Nexus 5 in recent times, but this one is surely the leak to make us believe the Nexus 5 is out there lurking in the shadows. The newly leaked information came by …Read More »
Imagine being able to wake up, see a game invite on your smartphone, then booting up your PlayStation 4 and joining your friends in battle in mere seconds. Or, imagine being able to leave your house and play all your …Read More »
We’ve long heard rumors of Amazon and its plan to release a smartphone. However, nothing has happened up to this point, but that doesn’t mean the plans are out the door. According to a new rumor-report from former Wall Street …Read More »
With Nokia’s mobile division swallowed up whole by Microsoft for a mighty $7.2 billion, the big question on everyone’s lips is who is next? It now seems that question has been answered. According to the Wall Street Journal, BlackBerry is …Read More »
Remember that crazy rumor about a Sony lens attachment for smartphone? Well, it’s real, it’s here and it’s pretty awesome. Sony announced the Qx100 and QX10 during its press conference a Berlin and it’s exactly what we imagined it to …Read More »
Ever considered getting yourself an NVDIA shield, but was turned down by its $300 price? Well, perhaps this will brighten your day. Linus Tech Tips has come up with ways to make your own NVDIA shield without spending a fortune, …Read More »
Both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 have an 8-core CPU on the inside, and that’s great. However, these CPUs are nothing compared to the 110-core processor developed by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The whole …Read More »
Rumors of Nokia working hard on a Windows Phone 8 device with a 6-inch display, has been making the rounds on the Internet frequently as of late. According to leaks and reports, the device is allegedly called the “Bandit,” aka …Read More »
Google has slashed the price of its Nexus 4 smartphone to $199 unlocked (no contract required) for 8GB version and $249 unlocked (no contract required) for 16GB version.
Nine months ago, Google launched the Nexus 4 to much fanfare at …Read More »
According to research by uSwitch.com, the average child in the UK receives their first smartphone at the age of twelve, but nine percent of children – that’s more than a million children – are given their first mobile phone by …Read More »
American teenagers love their smartphones but not the apps that collect their personal information or their location data. According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center’s Internet Project, nearly 50% of American teenagers avoid downloading apps over privacy …Read More »
LG has announced that they’ve developed the world’s first “Quad HD” display for smartphones.
If Full HD today means a 1920 x 1080 resolution, Quad HD apparently means a whopping 2560 x 1440. Because this panel is designed for smartphones, …Read More »
The end of BlackBerry is drawing ever closer as the board of directors is in planning mode to see which road to take the company. The options available right now includes making BlackBerry more valuable, joint ventures with other companies, …Read More »
Flying homebrew toy helicopters along with the ones you can purchase at a store is a popular pass time, however, it is not that fun when you realize it is impossible to fly these things to a certain distance. Attempt …Read More »
From the very moment you bought a smartphone or sign up to a social network, you are no longer safe from being spied on by the government. The Wall Street Journal has recently reported how the FBI is capable of …Read More »
It is always a good thing when a Kickstarter project becomes an actual product at your nearest retailer; the latest project to become reality is one of the best to come out of Kickstarter, and could turn out to be …Read More »
Every so often, multiple gadget owners wished they had more space on their person to walk around with all those wonderful toys. It’s an age old problem, and the only viable option for some is to either carry a pouch …Read More »
The upcoming Android Moto X smartphone will come packed with a feature similar to Microsoft’s Kinect where the mic is constantly listening for any form of voice requests, according to a leaked video.
Like the Kinect camera that comes bundled …Read More »
Smartphones have noticeably outsold tablets since iPads were first introduced to the market, but the gap between the two types of mobile devices has been shrinking considerably, especially as most people who are going to buy a smartphone already have …Read More »
A new video from MobileBeat 2013 shows off a prototype smartphone from Samsung, and it’s…interesting.
The most notable feature of the new device is a pair of fold-out panels that will actually change colors depending on the “mood” that the …Read More »
We have already seen and been amazed by Google’s driverless car, but a group of Australian students from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia have put an interesting spin on the concept.
The group of students consist of Tommi Sullivan, Michael …Read More »
Because of a poorly worded bill that sought to ban internet cafes and slot machines from the state of Florida, lawmakers might have done the unthinkable: banned all computers and smartphones in the state.
Back in April of this year, …Read More »
Late last year, rumors circulated that Foxconn was manufacturing a smartphone for Amazon. Now, a report from the Wall Street Journal is saying that Amazon might not only be working on a smartphone, but two smartphones (who’s operating systems are …Read More »
The Motorola Atrix HD is the third installment in the Atrix saga and one of the most affordable smartphones on the market today. On July 15th, the Atrix HD came to AT&T in the USA at a price of $99.00 …Read More »
After the success of the Kindle Fire, it has just been reported that Amazon is planning to set its foot into the smartphone manufacturing arena. Bloomberg notes that the news comes from ‘trusted sources’, who have been engaged with Amazon’s …Read More »
Approximately once a year for the last three years Samsung has released a new flagship device: the Galaxy S. These phones are often revolutionary: the original Galaxy S brought a then-huge four inch display, along with a screaming 1GHz processor …Read More »