Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge rumoured to be pre-ordered twice as much than the S5 in the US

We’ve learned from previous reports that the Samsung network operators around the world were quick to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge as soon as the South Korean tech giant lifted the lid on the new smartphones on the first of March at MWC 2015. But what about the consumer? […]

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 iOS overtakes Android in the US

For years, Android has been the dominating mobile operating system in many major markets across the world. This time, however, this isn’t the case in the US, as Apple’s iOS has overtaken Google’s popular operating system. This is due to the success of the Apple iPhone 6 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus. This is […]

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 BlackBerry Passport with rounded corners to be offered by AT&T

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – the BlackBerry Passport is one of the (if not the most) unique smartphone to be available in 2014. Thanks to the device with its square screen and keyboard that also works as a trackpad, the Canadian phone maker has become profitable again. Despite being a […]

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 North Korean 3G network goes down – blames Obama for outages

North Korea has set up its own 3G network that provides internet to 1.7 million North Korean citizens who own mobile phones. North Korea’s total population is 25 million. Last Saturday, the country’s 3G network went down, and its leaders are blaming US President Barack Obama. North Korea is blaming the US for the shutting […]

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 Iowa residents to use driver’s license app next year

Next year, when cops perform traffic stops in the state of Iowa in the US, they will ask for resident’s registration and smartphone. Yes. You heard it right, their smartphones. This is according to a report from DesMoinesRegister. It says that the Iowa Department of Transportation will be rolling out an app that will be free for download. The […]

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 41% of phablet sales in the US captured by Apple iPhone 6 Plus

The phablet market has always been dominated by the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, but it seems Apple new phablet, the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus, is catching up with the Korean tech giant’s phablet, with the iPhone 6 Plus now dominating the phablet market in the US. It now accounts for 41% of phablet sales in […]

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 Google Nexus 6 out of stock from Motorola US

The Google Nexus 6 phablet was recently available for pre-order from Google Play and Motorola in the US. However, as soon as the device went live, it quickly went out of stock. The good news is, the Mountain View firm announced that it will replenish its stock every Wednesday for people planning to get their […]

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 Samsung Galaxy Note Edge coming to US T-Mobile in the coming weeks?

The unique Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is one of the most unique devices to hit the market this year. Sadly, only limited quantities rolled off of the assembly line. Japan was the first market to offer the phablet, but the Korean tech giant remained tight-lipped on which market would get it next. Now, if a […]

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 Standalone Samsung Gear S to be offered by US carrier Sprint soon, leaked document suggests

Samsung lifted the lid on the standalone, Tizen-powered Galaxy S smartwatch. “Standalone” means that the wearable sports a SIM card slot, which also means that the device can make and receive calls, send and receive SMS, and browse the internet without having to pair with a smartphone. So it would make sense for the smartwatch […]

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