Sony is making quite a substantial difference in its latest Xperia Z1 flagship exclusively for Japan.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Google, it would have probably made all its services, as well as its advertising and data collection business, available to all territories equally. Alas, for legal or other reasons, such is not the case, so there is some cause for jubilation when a service, such as, say, Google Play Music, finally becomes available in previously uncovered countries.
Lenovo isn't a brand you'd immediately associate with Android smartphones, but the company definitely wants to change that perception. It has just recently announced the Vibe Z K910 phablet in China that, as far as specs are concerned, rivals most smartphones of this generation.
T-Mobile began rolling out their “UnCarrier” approach to mobile, part of that plan was unsubsidized devices. In moving their company stores away from subsidized plans, they let the third party stores continue to offer devices with contracts. WalMart, Target, Costco -- all offering subsidized devices when T-Mobile didn’t.
Verizon Wireless had a bit of an issue over the weekend. Through a small glitch in their system, users were able to sign up for unlimited data when upgrading their plans. Not limited to new activations, many users took the opportunity to take back what Verizon has been weening them from.
Myce, which seems to have their hands on an early build of KitKat, notes that “theming” may be a possibility.