HTC ready to double its production

We all know that HTC has been hurting over the years. That’s why the announcement of their new flagship phone, the HTC One, was so important. What was also important was for HTC to deliver the One to the shelves before th...
by Joshua LaRose
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LG’s Smartphone sales help despite poor TV sales over the year

LG’s profit fell 22 percent year-on-year as a stagnant TV market offset the company’s resurgent mobile business. Despite shipping 10.3 million smartphones in Q1 2013 in what the company describes as its best perform...
by Dave Thornton
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Sainsbury’s app will allow you to pay as you shop

Sainsbury’s, one of the top four Supermarkets in the UK is set to trial a new smartphone app that will let you Pay-as-you-Shop. Having picked your groceries up the last thing you want to do is queue at the checkout right!  W...
by Dave Thornton
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‘HTC First’ Calls ‘Facebook Home’

Well, it’s official. The HTC First will be the first phone that has Facebook Home preinstalled. It will be released on the AT&T network on April 12, for $99. It will also be released in Europe soon; however, the date has ...
by Joshua LaRose
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BlackBerry Q10 to Ship with OS 10.1

Upon the release of the BlackBerry Q10, you will also get the newest BlackBerry software update with OS 10.1. Because the Q10 has a physical keyboard, you will have some different functionality than what is featured on the Z10....
by Joshua LaRose
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The first 4G LTE phone in the UK, HTC One XL, launches next month

Hi Guy’s and Gal’s, following on from my previous article regarding 4G networks coming to the U.K, they’ve had 4G LTE in the U.S. for a while now and have been enjoying blazing fast speeds in many cities acros...
by Jonny Polea
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Motorola to offer the ‘stock’ Android experience

It has been about one year since Google acquired Motorola Mobility, and everyone has been wondering when we will start to see Google-influenced Motorola devices on the market. Google and Motorola have been very hush-hush about ...
by Joshua LaRose
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BlackBerry 10 gets U.S. DoD approval

After hearing that Samsung Knox-enabled devices, and possibly Apple devices, have gotten approval from the U.S. Department of Defence (or DoD), some people wondered if the new BlackBerry 10 phone would live up to their previous...
by Joshua LaRose
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Opera releases first mobile browser based on Webkit-engine

Opera today released the first beta version of its Webkit-engine based mobile browser for Android. The browser has a new look, new features and now offers HTML5 support. The new version of Opera is special because it uses the W...
by Barry Oosterbosch
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