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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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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Acer announces the 6-inch Liquid S2, the first 4K recording smartphone

Acer doesn’t usually dive into the large screen phone market and its first attempt was the 5.7-inch Liquid S1. It looks like they are at it again and went even bigger this time with the unveiling of the 6-inch Liquid S2. ...
by Ryan Oneill
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Mobile-Platform Survey Reaps Interesting Results

There are a lot of smartphones to choose from these days. With Apple and Google dominating the market, are consumers content with their current platform? A recent survey conducted by a shopping app and website BuyVia says yes. ...
by Joshua LaRose
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Sony unveils the 4-inch Xperia M

Sony has today added a new handset to Xperia line known as the Xperia M. The Xperia M is aimed at attracting the budget buyer much like the Xperia L and this is noticeable as soon as you see the spec sheet. The Xperia M has a 4...
by Ryan Oneill
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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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