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BenQ releases two budget phones, surprisingly not that bad

grew December 3, 2013

I don’t know how many people recognize the name BenQ. Here in the US, the brand is synonymous with budget and cheap, despite being popular in other parts of the world. Really, most of us have never heard of BenQ making any sort of smartphones. But they have released two brand new smartphones in Taiwan… Continue Reading »

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Sony’s S-Master audio chip not heading to an Xperia any time soon

grew December 3, 2013

Sony is on a journey of convergence at the moment, bringing together key tech from across its business to create super mobile products. This is what the company needs to do to differentiate itself from the fierce competition and justify a premium price tag. The Sony Xperia Z1 was the first handset on this journey,… Continue Reading »

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File Manager is coming with Windows Phone 8.1

grew December 3, 2013

One of the most used and classic Windows programs, the file explorer, has so far been missing from Windows Phone. That could change in the Windows Phone 8.1 update. This is according to Twitter user @Nazwil8, which has been relatively accurate. Nazwil says the File Manager will be coming in Q2 2014 along with the big… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft planning “Threshold” update for Spring 2015 to unite Windows

grew December 3, 2013

Microsoft has been hinting at uniting Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox operating systems for a while. Consumers also have been asking for this. The ability to run Windows Phone apps on a tablet, for example, would be great. According to ZDNet Microsoft is planning to do this with a big update in 2015. The update… Continue Reading »

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BlackBerry Releases BES 10.2 With Major Beta Testers – Hits 30,000 Installations

grew December 3, 2013

BlackBerry has finally gotten around to releasing BES 10.2. We have mentioned this new release before as it rounds out the solution for enterprise and regulated customers. BlackBerry has been beta testing the new 10.2 with multiple early adopters in their beta program including Morgan Stanley, Boeing, and Secusmart. They have also hit a milestone… Continue Reading »

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Meizu CEO hints at a 5.5″ 2560×1536 smartphone display

grew December 3, 2013

If you thought the smartphone industry would be content with just 1080p screens on device… well, you must be new here. According to some remarks from Meizu’s CEO J. Wong, his company may or may not be working on a 5.5″ display with a 2560 x 1536 resolution. That’s over 500 PPI, which is just insane, and… Continue Reading »

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Google fixes Glass Store, offers select Explorers a chance to buy second Glass unit

grew December 3, 2013

It looks like we’re about to see even more Google Glass units in circulation soon. Google has contacted select Glass Explorers inviting them to buy a second pair of Google Glass for themselves or a friend. This is different from the extra invites program, where Glass Explorers could invite up to three friends to buy a pair… Continue Reading »

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Nike might have a new smart watch coming, but will Android users have reason to care?

grew December 3, 2013

With Nike being one of the first big names to tackle the wearable space with their Nike FuelBand fitness bracelet, you had to imagine the company would have plans to test out the smart watch market that’s beginning to take off. DigiTimes is reporting that is indeed the case, with the outlet saying Nike is looking to… Continue Reading »

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Masters of Trivia for Windows Phone 8, challenging your knowledge forty-seconds at a time

grew December 3, 2013

Masters of Trivia is a new Windows Phone 8 game that will test your knowledge of sports, entertainment, geography and other topics in forty-second speed quizzes. The game is an online, multiplayer game where you compete against others to see who can rack up the most points.  The pace of the game is quick and… Continue Reading »

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Patent shows possible Galaxy S5 feature: improved one-hand operation with custom orientation of on-screen apps

grew December 3, 2013

One-hand operation of smartphones is becoming more and more of an inconvenience as display sizes become bigger with each passing year. Samsung mitigates the issue by offering a one-handed operation mode on the Galaxy Note 3, which reduces the size of the on-screen content and pushes it to a particular side of the screen, and… Continue Reading »

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