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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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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Is there a Kindle Smartphone on the Horizon

Rumours are becoming ever stronger that Amazon will be releasing a Smartphone towards the end of the year. As we’ve already seen with the Kindle, Amazon has offered free 3G to download books and search the web (however the la...
by Dave Thornton
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Samsung starts mass production of 3GB smartphone memory

Many premium smartphones run with 2GB of RAM but, Samsung is already setting its sight on bigger and better things with the announcement that it has started the mass production of 3GB LPDDR3 DRAM. The package measures just 0.8m...
by Dave Thornton
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The Android phone with no headphone jack

Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past few weeks, you’ve probably heard the rumor that Apple’s next iPhone will ditch the headphone jack and manage all the audio with the versatile lightning port o...
by Santiago Hinojosa
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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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64-bit phones coming by Christmas says ARM exec

When a chip executive voices surprise at the pace that 64-bit processors are now becoming more prevalent and will be in smartphones this year, you have to take notice. Tom Lantzsch, ARM’s executive vice president of corpo...
by Dave Thornton
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Samsung announces the Galaxy Core

Well, it is happening again. Samsung releases a new flagship phone — the Galaxy S4 — and now comes the onslaught of low- to mid-range devices. The Samsung Galaxy Core will not give you the latest and greatest of A...
by Joshua LaRose
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Rumored BlackBerry 2013 Roadmap Creates More Excitement

Now that the Z10 is out and the Q10 is on its way, a lot of people have asked what’s next for BlackBerry. There has been talk about new BB10 tablets, mid-level devices, a new flagship phone, and even the possibility of a ...
by Joshua LaRose
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