Acer Liquid S1 Smartphone Announced at Computex

Acer have announced the Liquid S1 at the Computex press conference in Taipei The Acer Liquid S1 they say, will start shipping in the third quarter of the year in France, Belgium, Netherlands, Ukraine, Russia, UK and Germany, fo...
by Dave Thornton
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HP working on a smartphone with a Differentiated Experience

HP is rethinking its mobile strategy and may get back into the smartphone business. Speaking to The Indian Express, HP Senior Director Consumer PC and Media Tablets Asia Pacific Yam Su Yin said the company would be foolish to i...
by Dave Thornton
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Updated – MightyText, SMS Text Messaging ↔ PC Texting

Text from your Computer or Tablet, using your Current Android Phone number, yes it’s working great. On the odd occasion when I forget to take my phone with me to my deck at least now, I will not miss any SMS messages. MightyT...
by Dave Thornton
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Google allows you to see every device logged into your account

When it come to keeping track of all your devices whether smartphone, tablet or laptop, on your Google account. It has become easier to check if they are yours or one that you do not recognise with Google’s Device and Activit...
by Dave Thornton
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Sony rumoured to release a high-end camera attachment for smartphones

If this rumour turns out to be true (and it does look reliable), this is a bold but not unsurprising move from Sony. Apparently, Sony is tired of trying to attract customers to its smartphones with impressive camera specs and q...
by Dave Thornton
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Is Samsung Making an 11K Display for a Smartphone?!

2K smartphone displays are a thing now, specially on flagship devices like the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, but we haven’t seen a 4K display crammed into any smartphone yet. Samsung however,  is taking pixel density to a whol...
by Santiago Hinojosa
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Twitter confirms App for Firefox OS

Early adopters of Mozilla’s new HTML5-based operating system will be able to tweet about their new phones by using their new phones to do so. Twitter users that buy Firefox OS phones when they launch later this year will be a...
by Jonny Polea
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O2 Wifi Extra gives connection around the UK, without having to sign in

O2, not to be outdone by EE announcement of an Powerbar for its customers, it comes along with its own incentive. O2 customers can now access free Wi-Fi throughout the UK without even having to sign in ever. O2 Wifi Extra is th...
by Dave Thornton
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LG to produce a flexible display smartphone by years end

With all of the innovation that the mobile industry has seen over the years, it’s only logical to assume that the next big innovation would be a flexible display. Samsung has already announced its plans to release a smartphon...
by Joshua LaRose
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